Claire’s Toddler Room (Part II): A take on another’s wallpaper template.

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October 11, 2012 by Decorum DIYer

Here is one of my first posts.  I was so excited to share my newly stenciled wall that I just neglected to share anything else.  I hope you enjoy!

Just a little slideshow to show you how I transformed a plain, lavender wall into a beautiful, hand-painted trellis design using a blog tutorial and template.

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I recently saw a beautiful, hand-painted wallpaper tutorial at this blog (click here to go to the blog for tutorial and FREE TEMPLATE) and thought I could probably do the same. Using the template provide in the aforementioned site, I decided to paint a feature wall in my toddler daughter’s room. I tweaked the design a bit to make it less formal and fussy for a one year old. I really like the effect and can not thank Jones Design Company enough for her wonderful idea, online tutorial, and printable template.  I apologize for the crudeness of this post, but I am relatively new to this whole blogging thing.  I can’t wait to share the finished room.  Hopefully I will be better at blogging by then.

Check out Claire’s finished toddler room and all associated projects here.

Be sure to check this and other diy Pinterest inspiried goodness at Young House Love!

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11 thoughts on “Claire’s Toddler Room (Part II): A take on another’s wallpaper template.

  1. I love how this wall turned out, and I know how much back-breaking work it was. I think it’s time for an update now that the little one has moved in!

    • Decorum DIY says:

      Thanks, Erin. I am really trying here. I think your push to make me move to a blog from facebook has created a monster. I assume that by ‘update’ you mean current photographs of the room, and not a change? I’ll update soon, but right now I am busy as a bee.

  2. Jess says:

    I agree with Erin, I love this wall. I also really enjoyed the step-by-step commentary you provided on FB, and I’m sure your new blog followers would as well.

  3. […] future on that entire transformation.  I’ve already shared the hand-painted stencil wall here.  Part of the process was to furnish my daughter’s room with budget-friendly, space-saving […]

  4. Amber says:

    It looks great! I love the moroccan pattern. I redid some chairs with that pattern for the back. It’s definitely a huge impact!

    http://www.willscasa.com/2012/03/chair-facelift-complete/

  5. Andrea says:

    Wow. I used a stencil and thought it was some work. I can’t imagine actually doing it by hand. You did a great job!

    • Decorum DIY says:

      Thank you. It was definitely a labor of love. It was made more difficult doing while seven months pregnant. I asked my husband to paint the last row in the far right corner. I just couldn’t contort my huge belly and body far enough into the corner to paint with a steady hand. I love the way it turned out. It took a lot of patience, but well worth it!

  6. I love this!! Thx for sharing the free stencil 🙂

  7. I love this! That for sharing the free stencil template!!

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