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Hand-Painted Bathrooms

​HAND-PAINTED BATHROOMS.
POSITIVELY PERFECT IMPERFECTION!


When it comes to decorating, do you embrace your inner style guru or are you daunted by deft designers? Either way, now just may be the perfect time to hone your décor diva skills with the look of bathroom-bodacious hand-painted walls.

The bathroom, with its limited real estate is the perfect place to embrace your inner artistic genius. Whether you love plaid, chevrons, stripes, or if you are downright dotty, perfectly imperfect is the name of the game here! There really are no rules, no one-size-fits-all. Paint outside the lines, inside the lines, without lines at all, wherever your paintbrush takes you.

We’ve given you a few ideas, but by all means, feel free to personalize them any way your inner décor divaness takes you.

ALONG THE LINES OF AWESOME


We painted the base coat with Whipped WB048-1. Once the wall has dried, we measured out the stripes. For ease, we used a laser level and painters tape to create our lines. Then we painted DR60-3 Little Black Number to create our dramatic stripes.

black and white stripe painted bathroom wall
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PLAID THAT’S ANYTHING BUT PLAIN


Paint base coat - in this project we used Whipped WB048-1. We drew out the pattern so we could keep track of the colours we used. Then we measured out the wall in the desired size of square. We used a laser level 1037-201 and some painters tape to make straight lines. First, we made horizontal stripes and painted with DR 106-0 Sprout. Once that was dry, we taped vertical lines and painted with DR107-4 Jamaica Me Crazy. Once that was done and dry, we taped out the dark squares and filled them with Rapture DR108-3. Tip - remove tape when paint is wet if possible!

plaid painted bathroom wall
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HOW DO YOU LIKE THEM ANGLES?


We used Chilled Out DR136-4 as the base colour and Contentment DR 133-1 for the herringbone. Take a rectangular piece of cardboard and cut each side of the top at 45 degree angles. This will be your guide. Take a small brush and do one stroke on each side to create your authentic herringbone pattern.

angled painted bathroom wall