West Village Pied-à-terre contemporary-bedroom
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West Village Pied-à-terre

Inspiration for a contemporary bedroom remodel in New York with white walls — Houzz

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Jessica Shank Coppom wrote:
How did you make that killer wall art? - Is it painted on? Masking tape? Love it!
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Zakrzewski + Hyde Architects

contact Vicki Behm - super talented artist


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Fifi McGee

washi tape :)

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mrmj wrote:
what is the bed cover? - I am looking for an off white cover to to turn two sofas into seating areas.

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12. Make geometric wall art. Forget paying for a huge art print or a blown-up photograph; you can create 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 wall. Just remember to map out your design on paper first.
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… or create a smart, sophisticated grid pattern for an architectural look. Peel off the tape when it’s time to pack up, and the room is reset.

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Simplify with paint Simpler (and cheaper) still, you could paint a grid-effect pattern on your walls with no more kit than a tester pot, a roll of professional masking tape, a paintbrush and a steady hand.

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