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Blog Spotlight: Aesthetic Oiseau

  1. Allyson says:

    What an inspiring space! I used fabric on a wall in a house I rented. I managed to make it appear like wallpaper, although it was fabulous when I moved out because it came easily off the wall. I used large strips to put it on the wall and hid tacks in the seams.

  2. Janell Beals says:

    I’ve been wanting to try this…off to see the steps! It looks fantastic! Happy holidays, Janell

  3. Kate Collins says:

    I too found this to be amazing! Mouth dropping. I wish I had the guts to just try it out and see if I could make it work.

  4. Thanks, Camila!! Thinking about you and can’t wait to hear the news 🙂

  5. I love this idea — my mom recently tried it in a large closet that she turned into a entryway nook, it looks great!

  6. Laurie says:

    Great treatment. Love the pattern, fits perfectly with her kitchen.

  7. Karena says:

    Camila thank you for featuring Daniela! Isn’t that the greatest idea; the fabric walls!

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  8. Her kitchen has so much punch with that fabric – it looks beautiful! I’m off to check out the steps too!

  9. Amazing!! I think that fabric is killer, the colors are so vibrant.

  10. I need to really read through this. I live in an apt. where I can’t paint and have been wanting to do something in my entry. Thanks for sharing!

  11. Betty819 says:

    Oh, I like that transformation! Wished I could come up with a solution of how to add color to the white subway tiles we chose for our remodeled kitchen 2 or 3 yrs. ago. Loved the Quartz countertop, we only replaced the tile and countertop. I hate the blah, white look but the quartz countertop ate up our budget, so we settled for just the plain, subway tiles. Any suggestion how I can jazz that blah looking tile up without damaging it? A friend suggested decals, applied sparingly to add color. What would that involve if we wanted to remove the decals? Anybody know have any other ideas? There is a pass through window over the kitchen sink that goes to the sunroom and I’ve thought about useing a colored valance on a tension type rod and making picking up color in other things we might use on the counter, but I don’t want my counters cluttered. I never liked red before but have seen a lot of fabrics and wallpaper that are making me change my mind.

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