Maybe you already have a clear vision in mind of what you want to create but if not, no worries! Search online for inspiration, choose a space you want to get creative with, and think about the shapes, lines and colours you could envision looking at daily.
Put your ideas to paper and sketch out an idea you would like to see on your wall. I borrowed some of my daughter’s craft paper and felt markers to do this, so it certainly doesn’t need to be fancy. Alternatively, you could use chalk to sketch on your wall and a damp cloth to wipe it off after. But be cautious as this could stain your wall.
Once you have a design in mind it’s time to put it on the wall! You can go straight for the painter’s tape, but in my case I found a pencil worked well. I then used a magic eraser to remove the pencil marks.
For my vision, I did a series of half arch shapes. After sorting through a ton of amazing Beauti-Tone
paint options, I chose colours that reminded me of a sunset for those relaxing nights in the bubble bath. Beauti-Tone paint was a natural choice as it’s designed to withstand moisture and has great washability for the washroom.
I started by drawing out my vertical lines and spacing them out how I thought they would look nice on the wall. For this, I used a large level to make sure I drew straight lines. I used a tape measure to roughly check my spacing and to get an idea of how large each shape was.
Next, I drew out my arches. Since my design was a little more abstract, I wasn’t worried about total perfection here. I started with my pencil at the top of one vertical line and aimed to connect my arch to the lower vertical line beside it. My elbow was the pivot point that my arm/hand rotated around to create an arch like shape.