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Video: Decorate with color: paint walls and furniture creatively
Light bars, colorful stripes, blurred contours: you can bring walls and furniture to life with brush and paint.
Paint a single wall in mocha brown or eggplant. Brush five broad strips of paint with irregular edges on them. Tip: Use pictures by painter Mark Rothko as a color template.
Wooden furniture in the dining area and matching wiping technology on the wall
Warm clay tones go well with wooden furniture made of oak & Co because they visually ground the room. If you then work in a lot of a darker natural tone with wiping technique, a great additional effect is created.
Triangle pattern in orange on the walls
Paint a wall with graphic patterns: make triangle stencils, get started. Then paint matching inexpensive furniture with a retro look: orange, pistachio green, pink.
Tree top on the wall of the child's room
Combine the beautiful with the useful: paint a tree crown on the wall in the children's room. A brown shelf is leaned directly below - this looks like a trunk and also creates storage space.
Stacked shelf made of fruit boxes
Cheeky boxes: Color the inside of fruit boxes colorfully. Then nail the boxes side by side and one above the other to the shelf. Dowel on the wall or screw legs underneath.
Decorative figure eight on the wall
Open spaces can be embellished with decorative number games: prime the wall, sketch the number and colorize with a steady hand. Letters or words can be painted on the same principle.
For a change, do not dive the entire room, but only door reveals, doors or individual wall sections in color, e.g. orange and yellow: When you pass by, they wake you up in a good mood.