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Watercolor Walls

  1. This fabric is fabulous! I totally want to see you do this. Good luck with the hubby.

  2. Whitney says:

    Goergeous! So haute.

  3. LindsB says:

    That second picture is magical- those walls are so pretty!

  4. Lindsay says:

    holy moly that is sooo amazing!

  5. Wow – how beautiful! I never would have thought about using batik fabric but what a great idea 🙂

  6. Arielle says:

    Gorgeous. I’ve been thinking of ikat fabric for a pair of chairs flanking my entry, but I think that Batik is my new front runner. Thanks for the resource!

  7. ohhhhh… that wallpaper kills me!!! don’t they make wallpaper you can paint/draw/whatever you want on?? that might be my best option for this. i don’t think the scale of the batik will do it for me… but they do have that watercolor marbleized thing going on that i love so much!!

  8. Anne-Marie says:

    so I was over there yesterday drooling over those walls! and grooving, they have a great bit of music on that site, no?!!

  9. ooooo I am enamored. I would love to get some big canvases and have an artsy friend take some water colors to it to hang on my walls. It would be sort of similar right?

  10. I love the watery appearance of the wallpaper and fabrics. My husband would veto this one, too. He would be okay with fabric on canvas as art. May have to try this one out.

  11. Melissa says:

    May have to steal this idea when I get tired of the “wallpaper” I painted in my hallway…

  12. Derek says:

    Wow, these are amazing!

  13. Linda says:

    omg i cannot multitask. can’t talk to my son DEREK and comment at the same time. I HAVE TEENAGERS @@

  14. Fabulous, just fabulous. The watercolor walls are new to me and I adore them.
    Love the fabrics too.
    Lynn

  15. Those walls are amazing! Using fabrics especially for the price would be so cool!

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  16. ms Givens says:

    Cant you picture this on a ceiling?

  17. Kat S. says:

    I would TOTALLY let you do this on my walls. And Hubs pretty much just smiles and lets me do what I want. Love this idea!

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