I've had this one on my to-do list for quite a while, and finally got around to re-creating it this weekend. I am absolutely head over heels in love with the original Ballard version. The palette they used is so soothing, plus these are my signature colors. But I tend to use aqua and brown a bit too much. In an effort to do something out of my comfort zone, I decided to take my master bedroom redo in a completely different color direction.
And by completely different, I mean......very similar. I know, I got real crazy with the color change here!
The main colors in the room are black and white, but I needed a little splash of color. So I brought in this lovely blue and grey palette. Thank you Amy Butler for making your gorgeous fabric patterns available in scrapbook paper!
I used some unfinished wood plaques from the craft store I had lying around. I painted the edges black and used spray adhesive to put the scrapbook paper directly onto the plaque. I added sawtooth hangers to the back of each one and got busy hanging my new wall art. Lucky for me, I happened to have all of the supplies on hand, so this little project was free! Gotta love that.
I am very happy with how this turned out. I'm also very happy that it cost me $0 and it was super easy. Now that I look at it a bit closer, I think I might add another row of three to the top. What do you think? Should I leave it as is or make it bigger?
Tomorrow I'll show you what I'm doing above the closet doors on either side of this wall. Slowly but surely, and one wall at a time, I am getting this room finished!