This Friday morning is especially happy for me because I just got word that I’ve been selected for a really fun opportunity that involves making over a problem area in our home—one I’ve hated since the day we moved in. I don’t want to give away too many details, but just know that I’m planning to spend most of the weekend tackling demo and reframing inside the pint-sized space. Any guesses as to what it might be?
At any rate, I’ve got big plans for new patterned tile and a fresh coat of paint from top to bottom, too, which has me thinking about other cool painting projects I’ve come across this season. In honor of this morning’s brainstorming, today’s weekend link roundup is all about cool painting projects that actually have us rethinking our plain white walls. Keep scrolling for creative inspiration.
Weekend Inspiration: No. 63
1. Who could forget the DIY painted faux paneling I did in our master bedroom?! Truth be told, I actually painted over the wood-look effect a few weeks ago to give the room a refresh, but it’s still one of my favorite painting projects to date.
2. Here’s another one that comes in at a close second—and is definitely doable during either one of your afternoons off this weekend.
3. You can save thousands of dollars by painting exterior features on your house on your own rather than calling in a pro. Check out just how much of an impact new paint made on this garage door!
5. Painting over dated, damaged wood furniture is an inexpensive way to give it a brand new start. Proof this way!
6. Do you follow me on Instagram? If so, then you know I just completed a major dining room makeover, including a dark green painted feature wall. Click here to follow along (the dining room before/after is saved in my “Home” highlights), and the color I used was “Cascades” from Sherwin Williams. Oh, but don’t worry if you’re not on Instagram! I’ll be sharing the whole project here on the blog soon.
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