3,122 tape transfer Home Design Photos

Mod PlayroomPlay Chic Interiors
Thanks! They're actually wall-sized washi tapes. You can buy them at .... Enjoy!
can find giant washi tape to purchase here.
3. Giant washi tape wall decor. Like the popular Japanese paper crafting tape but on steroids, this supersize washi tape can be used directly on your walls
You can find giant washi tape to purchase here.
Giant washi tape wall decorationsLike the popular Japanese paper crafting tape but on steroids, this supersize
Giant Washi tape wall decorationsLike the popular Japanese paper crafting tape but on steroids, this super-sized Washi tape can be used directly
3. Farbspiele mit Masking TapeWashi Tape gibt es mittlerweile auch in Übergröße: Die bis zu 50 Zentimeter breiten
super cool washi tape decorating ideas
Eemnes homegosto design & lifestyle
painters tape... Comes in many different colors! :)
Frame your child's artwork. Painter's tape now comes in vibrant colors and can provide temporary frames that won't damage
Temporary gallery. Use low-tack painter’s tape to frame a collection of prints and drawings on a staircase. Why it works: This
effort. Art can be “reframed” quite easily using a variety of decorative tapes.
kids paintings low tack cloured tape...low tack tape for kids art on...tape to frame art work of grandchildren...Frame personal wall artwork with tape...Framing art work with painter's tape...Low tack painters tape to frame
West Village Pied-à-terreZakrzewski + Hyde Architects
Is it painted on? Masking tape? Love it!
Taping then paint geometric pattern...great look for great price
Copper theme with kashi tape/copper tape
Like the idea of using copper tape. Check out copper tape at hardware store
Design on walls using copper tape from hardware store.
make geometric wall art. use colorful paper craft tape, copper tape (available at hardware
your own supersize wall art for a few bucks. Use colorful paper craft tape, copper tape (available at hardware stores) or paint to create a pattern on a blank
Tape it yourself!Mit Masking Tape können Sie im Handumdrehen schöne und vor allem individuelle
Boise ResidenceHsu McCullough
Cassette tape artwork Repurposed radiator into map
Love the use of cassette tapes used on the wall to make an art statement.
creative wall treatment made out of cassette tapes
master bedroom. On the right wall hangs “Cassette James Brown.” Most of the tapes came from a local thrift store that was going out of business. He mounted
made by MCullough. He created the piece on the right from multiple casette tapes, and the one on the wood wall from an original floor heater he found in the
SumatrastraatSaus Design
If the pinl rectangle has just been taped off, how are pics hanging up
idea: Tape frameUseful for: The interior designer or stylistUse masking tape to frame an area on your wall and turn it into a inspiration board. Tape up photos
the tape for easy cleanup when you finish the project.
You can even make your own inspiration board with some colored electrical or duct tape on your
like for about one-one thousandth of the cost of a bulletin board. Plus, taping off a rectangle won't damage your walls or require you to find a stud behind
Bloordale RenovationblackLAB architects inc.
out on a piece of paper, cut strips of tape according to the pattern, painted the wall, and then peeled off the tape once the paint had dried — by far the
covering the entire wall with painter's tape and cutting out squares for the pixels then painting. Remove the tape and the design is left. Just my kind
faux mozaic made with tape, paint and lots of patience
faux mosaic made of tape, paint and, according to Round, "lots of patience" when it came to both cutting and peeling off the tape. Soon, their evening
paper. When I have them as I want them, I trace them. I tape the paper to the wall with painter’s tape and use a nail to mark the spot where I want to place
craft paper, then cut it out and label the picture. Then I use painters tape to tape them to the wall. This way I can move each "picture" around until I get
a big sheet of kraft paper. arrange and trace them.. tape the paper to the wall with painter’s tape and use a nail to mark the spot for each picture hanger
paper. When I have them as I want them, I trace them. I tape the paper to the wall with painter’s tape and use a nail to mark the spot where I want to place
Randall Street ResidenceLevy Art & Architecture
deeper edge to feather the mud over the MDF. and the paper tape was preferred over the mesh tape. the paint finish is the same on both surfaces. have fun
existing conditions and can be pricey. we did not cut the gyp bd. just glued the tape up and over it. we tried a shallower cut on the MDF but the sheet rockers
deeper edge to feather the mud over the MDF. and the paper tape was preferred over the mesh tape. the paint finish is the same on both surfaces. have fun
perfect - used mdf 5/8" cut at 45 degree angle and then glued paper tape to it and mudded to that
mdf baseboards flush and taped and mudded with wall
Finne drew the pattern freehand with a pen, then digitized it and had it transfered to a film for the glass. The pattern is thickest at the bottom and lightens
Finne drew the pattern freehand with a pen, then digitized it and had it transfered to a film for the glass. The pattern is thickest at the bottom and lightens
Underhill HouseSeymour-Smith Architects
degree, but little areas, such as the space around a window, remain. Heat transfers through these pockets of cold space, which means you lose energy and often
why not try out the look with wallpaper, secured in place with double-sided tape?
degree, but little areas, such as the space around a window, remain. Heat transfers through these pockets of cold space, which means you lose energy and often
why not try out the look with wallpaper, secured in place with double-sided tape?Have you tried any of these ideas? Tell us what worked for you in the Comments
Colorful RanchDarci Goodman Design
This can work well for fabrics, too (just wrap the edges and staple, glue or tape the fabric to the back side).
This can work well for fabrics, too (just wrap the edges and staple, glue or tape the fabric to the back side)."
This can work well for fabrics, too (just wrap the edges and staple, glue or tape the fabric to the back side).
Is this a wall paper or did you block off with masking tape and then paint? I love this idea for my sons room. If its a wall paper, what
Did you paint the entire wall white then tape off the rectangles or did you paint the white after?
They are painted stripes. The white areas are where I taped off. Then you paint the tape edges in white to "seal" the edge, then wait for that to dry
This way you get a very clean edge. Also don't wait too long to take the tape off or it can peel the paint off too.
wall They are painted stripes. The white areas are where I taped off. Then you paint the tape edges in white to "seal" the edge, then wait for that to dry
This way you get a very clean edge. Also don't wait too long to take the tape off or it can peel the paint off too. Have fun!
what is the thickness of tape you used?
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