Now that we are about a month away from having a permanent wall (!!) I'm starting to peruse and bookmark ideas for Alice's bedroom. Since her room will be... cozy... with not a lot of wall space for hanging pictures, we want to do something vibrant and bold that will brighten the space and not scream KID'S BEDROOM!
Maybe I'm not looking in the right places but I haven't found a whole lot of cool, kid-like wallpaper out there. And the stuff I have found? Pretty expensive. After drooling over the walls in Mama Smith's nursery/toddler bedroom, I finally asked her where she found that beautiful and brightly-colored wallpaper.
Turns out, it's a stencil! And she found it on Etsy.
We haven't ruled out the idea of wallpaper just yet as our interior designer says she has a few designs she thinks will fit the bill. And if we go the stencil route, luckily it won't be a very big wall to cover which hopefully won't make it a gigantic pain-in-the-ass to apply.
But I still think it will be a gigantic pain-in-the-ass to apply.
Have you ever done a wall stencil? How difficult was it? Give it to me straight.