4 Walls, White Paper and a Supergraphic Wallpaper: One Helluva Weekend Project

By December 6, 2010 Domesticus Insulae

Four months later after I first ordered and received the woodland themed supergraphic mural, Emily and I finally got to painting the whole bedroom and then applying the 8 panel, whole wall supergraphic mural. The bedroom looks so much better now, with a fresh coat of Mythic white paint to cover over the slightly off-white, blemished walls we once lived with; it’s now a super pure white called Grace’s Smile. Filled in all the gaps where the walls meet the floor and ceiling (and where spiders were probably appearing from), cleaned the overhead ceiling fan, installed some cable/cord management…the bedroom is finally gaining a bit of personality.

We’ve got two more moderate sized DIY projects I’ve cooked up to finish before calling it 100% finished, but so happy we finally finished the most difficult part of the redecorating project. The goal is to be done before the 1st week of 2011, just in time for a New Year’s party!

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  • Reply speedgracer March 2, 2011 at 8:44 am

    damn looks awesome. wait, how come i didn’t see the bedroom in all its glory last time i was at your apt? was it not finished yet? also: i bet the name of that wallpaint just chapped your hide didnt it? lol.

  • Reply typefiend March 2, 2011 at 8:53 am

    Ha, SpeedGracer! I believe you came around before that wall mural went up and we got started on the bedroom project (it was the last room to get any love). And yes, the irony of the wall paint name wasn’t lost on me.

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    This is so gorgeous! I wish that it were feasible with a grad-student budget…

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