I am excited to announce that I am doing another room makeover! It is for my nephew and I am thrilled since kid and teen spaces are my favorite to design. After taking photos and measurements, I chatted with my sister and nephew to get an ideas of their wants and needs. I have a plan that I am super excited about and will show you the mood board in this post. I have left the bed off the mood board because I want it to be a surprise! The first order of business was to paint the walls. Today I will also be sharing with you the easiest way to paint walls.
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The Easiest Way To Paint Walls (and Ceilings!)
Before you buy a whole gallon (or more) of paint, make sure that you like the color in the space by buying sample cans and testing them on the walls. Paint large patches and see which one looks best in the space.
Tape off the baseboards, ceilings and any door and window trim. Add a tarp to protect the flooring.
I love to use a paint stick to paint walls and ceilings. I have accidentally kicked and bumped my fair share of paint trays and awkwardly tried to hold them as I climbed up a step ladder. The HomeRight EZ Twist PaintStick makes painting practically mess free! Simply suck up paint into the handle of the paint stick and slowly twist to push paint up into the roller!
One handle full will paint a large section. No more bending down constantly to wet the roller in the paint. No more drips. No more moving the paint tray around with you praying you won’t spill it.
I like to use a foam brush to paint along the baseboards and ceiling where the roller doesn’t reach.
Before the paint fully dries, remove the painter’s tape at a 45 degree angle. Clean up any tarps and the used tape and you are ready to move furniture back in place!
I went with the color called NYPD by Behr. It felt more grown up than the lighter blue and wasn’t too dark. It is the perfect backdrop for his soon to be new space!
I will be sharing the reveal of his room after the holidays.
Here is the vibe and some of the ideas I am hoping to bring to the space. He lives for baseball and loves other sports as well. I wanted to reflect that without having it be too “themey”. I am so excited to share the finished room next month!
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