Project Idea: Stenciled Pattern Adds Pop to a Patio
When cement tiles turned out too pricey for designers Karen and Guy Vidal at their East Hollywood apartment complex, they decided to create an outdoor “carpet” on a budget — using stencil and paint.The couple wanted to transform the concrete patio of the building they owned without committing to anything too permanent. Using a Moroccan-style stencil and deck paint, they finished the project for only a few hundred dollars.
How To- Patterned Paint Roller
Hey all...I hope you are recovering from Thanksgiving, and getting prepped for Christmas. Our decorations are almost all finished here, pictures of that coming soon. For now, I wanted to give you a fun How-To. I'm so excited to show you this awesome paint tool. I found this sometime last year, and have been ogling it ever since. I finally broke down a couple months ago, and bought some pieces. I didn't have a project to use it on, but I had to try it out. Since then, I've used it on a couple…
Wallpaper…on the Floor?
We’ve not been shy about our love of wallpaper. We’ve looked at many lines, we cover a single wall or frame the ones that we love that are too expensive to use in a whole room but we’ve never thought of this use…Putting wallpaper on the floor? Sounds insane at first but really, is it any different than covering the floor with a large patterned rug? A good coat of polyurethane will protect it.