Thanks to Dulux and their absolutely beautiful “Paintable Wallpaper Range” our walk in wardrobe (in our main bedroom) has had a gorgeous makeover!
- This fab wallpaper range is available in three varying textures – linen, concrete and pinstripe.
- It is also easily painted over in your favourite shade of dulux…. yes, you actually get to choose what colour you would like your textured wallpaper to be. *This is particularly good because you are not limited by the colour tones available for a particular wallpaper range. Lastly
- its textury qualities are VERY forgiving of imperfect walls.
I painted our wallpaper in Antique White USA (a Dulux classic) which was also very generously supplied by Dulux. Thankyou! This shade of white is actually a true favourite of mine and I often recommend it in my styling work because it really is the perfect shade of white as far as white wall paints go; it is just one of those shades that is not overly cool or warm!
The image above shows off our unfinished walk in wardrobe in all its glory and I reluctantly admit that it had been in this unfinished state for a while. Renovating workers cottages can be complicated, everything has a process and sometimes the smaller jobs are simply viewed as being of low level importance. Don’t you just love knowing that stylists have imperfect homes too?!
Here is the wall in its raw ply stage … as you will see in the following shot, the beauty of this wall paper is that you don’t have to worry about sanding or removing imperfections. The texture of this wallpaper is just so very forgiving of those!
Our wallpapered wall looks flawless and really beautiful. Dulux generously gave me a choice of which texture I wanted for this project – I chose the linen texture. Do check out their range, as the other textures look divine too! As you may remember from last weeks post, I actually wallpapered this wall all by myself; I was a “virgin wall-paperer” and I am really quite proud of my efforts! This product was super easy to use and I thoroughly enjoyed every bit of making this little project happen.
I shall share the final walk in robe reveal next week, I’m really looking forward to it being framed and styled…