If you’ve swooned over bold painting patterns and designs on Pinterest, we can get you started on making those paint fantasies come true at your home.
This might be my favorite painted wall. The styling of the sofa and lamp make it truly a work of art.
Painting a room is the biggest impact for the littlest cost and time investment. And painting a statement wall can make your cup of home decor joy overflow with bliss.
And it’s easier than you might imagine to create a bold graphic or a repeating painting pattern on a wall.
The first step I suggest is using a blank canvas to try out the design you desire. I know it sounds like extra work, but there are big pay-offs. A small version of the bigger wall gives you practice in the taping, laying out, and painting techniques that you’ll need. The finished wall art can provide a chance to court the look before marrying it on your wall. And, when the new featured painted wall is complete, there’s a mini version that you can hang in an adjacent room. Talk about coordinating a home decor look.
From taping to laying out the pattern, to when to remove the tape, and more, we’ll be talking painting patterns and graphics techniques on #HossColor chat on Wednesday, March 9th at 1:30pmET. I hope you’ll pop over to Twitter to search #HossColor and join us.
And, I’ll post the answers to those painting patterns techniques after the chat.
Join us every Wednesday at 1pE for HossColor!
If you want to try painting patterns, grab a canvas. Tape out a pattern, and see if you like the colors, shapes, and scale before applying it to the wall.
The combination of grey and pink in a hard-edged graphic layout take the colors from girly to sophisticated
Paint techniques that are organic and graphic make any space more special.
Painting patterns can be artistic, freeform, and organized
Vertical grey and white stripes provide a charming and modern background to a very traditional look
Celebrate the wall bump out with a horizontal black and white stripe gives drama and whimsy to a sophisticated space.
Striped painted ceiling is a statement. And it reminds me of a outdoor space.
I’m crazy about diamonds on any home interior wall. Combining black with pastels gives me some feminine drama.
A few oversized shapes on a bedroom wall create a cozier space.
Gray geometric painted shapes are a calm and fun backdrop to this workspace
Paint patterns don’t have to be flashy to add interest and style. Here the pattern is subtle, with thin lines. Delicate and perfect.
I’m a fan of monochromatic paint patterns for a home interior. They bring fun into any space, without overpowering the room.
Paint patterns can be made by just using different sheens of the same color for a considered luxe look.