Monday, March 30

Sara Jane's Living Room Part I - A Vinyl Focal Wall Treatment

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The content for this post was provided by my fabulous friend & contributor Sara Jane. CLICK HERE if you missed her introduction.


As I decorated my living room, I was perplexed about how I was going to add interest to a seemingly bare three-walled-room. I wanted to add dimension to the room without changing the limited space or purpose. My cousin recommended her friend's company Wall by Mur who provided removable adhesive wall patters that are affordable & less permanent than painting or wallpapering. I wanted a subtle texture & design. Since I had just painted the walls Intense White by Benjamin Moore so I chose the "Large Triangles" in ivory.
It seemed intimidating to align the angles perfectly, but once I stared, it was so much fun - and it was simpler than I expected.  It's like a puzzle. You know if you have laid one haphazardly because all three points won't match up. I just eyed it & afterward my husband went around with his giant level & confirmed that it was straight. The vinyls are made so well it is hard to tell which triangles are paint & which have been adhered. 

The vinyl triangles gave the room dimension with an elusive geometric modern detail I was looking for. It set the mid-century tone to showcase my new, hacked & inherited furniture that now fill the room! Check back for more about how to thoughtfully re-purpose what you have & how to hack what you don't. The next living room post is coming soon!

Thank you so much for sharing your wall treatment Sara! I still remember the first time I saw your beautiful focal wall. It was love at first sight. I love your style & the way your execute it.

Want to see more from my creative & beautiful friend?
CLICK HERE for her Garden Party Shower
CLICK HERE for her Geometric Succulent Wreath
CHECK THIS OUT if you'd like to see her Fireplace Wall Update
OR HERE for her Family Room Update

4 comments:

  1. That is a uber cool treatment! Love the colors; it's dramatic without being in your face! Sweetly done!

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    1. Hello Jules, I agree! Sara did a great job. I will make sure she sees your sweet comment.I hope you are well!

      Warmly, Michelle

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