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Creating the WOW factor in your home doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive! Here is how you can transform just one wall in one weekend with wallpaper!
I knew that I wanted something unique when I was designing this wall in my craft office! I wanted something that spoke to my creative side and wasn’t something you would find in just any house.
In my research, I came across Photowall. They are a Swedish wall-art company passionate about creating inspiring living spaces with personality! Upon browsing their site for a bit, I knew that they were going to be the perfect fit for making my ideas turn into reality!
There design options are truly limitless! No matter what you’re looking for, I can almost bet they’re going to have something that fits your style perfectly!
Here are a few of the designs I was looking at before I decided on the Colour Drips design.
I opted for more of the abstract art style, but they have SEVERAL other designs that will fit your style. These are some of their best sellers. You can obviously tell that I am HUGE fan of color!
Since I turned into a HUGE fan of Photowall, they are offering my customers a 25% discount on any product purchase! Just head over to their website HERE and use the discount code theruffleddaisy2021 to get your discount!
The process of applying the wallpaper is similar to the wallpaper that we applied in the 80’s that I said I would NEVER use again! I’ve changed my mind for sure and want to do every room in my house now!! Here is the boring before photo. As you can tell, it needed some life!
Check out the process that only took me a few hours to do on a Sunday afternoon!
I will say it again, I am COMPLETELY IN LOVE with my new wall!!
Make sure you head over and let me know which design is your favorite! While you’re there, don’t forget to use my discount code theruffleddaisy2021 for 25% of your purchase!
Here’s an image for you to PIN so you can share with all your friends and always have access to it!!
Tonganoxie • Kansas
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I love the wall. I’d like to do that for my granddaughters room. Thanks for sharing