One of my clients needed some art (and quickly) for her guest bedroom that we’ve been working on. Her mother will be here visiting for Christmas in a mere nine days! So needless to say, we’ve been scrambling around trying to put together the finishing touches on the room that she will be staying in. We wanted to give off a hotel feel in this space. White, deep magenta and beige are the predominant colors in here (while brushed nickel accents add some sparkle to the room)
So on my Sunday Funday, I am making two coordinating pieces of art for her out of wallpaper by Osborne and Little, that she can place above her small dresser.
It really has turned out to be such an easy and inexpensive project (and in no way, am I very crafty!)
All you need is a pretty frame (I purchased two at Aaron Brothers for $36 each), a 2″ mat (I got two espresso brown ones cut at Hobby Lobby for $10 each), and some fabulous wallpaper scraps.
Pick the part of the wallpaper that you like the best, cut to fit, insert into frame and voila! Instant art.
And if my clients ever gets tired of this color scheme or pattern, then no worries, because this project only cost $92!
It’s too bad I don’t have more wallpaper, I’d love to make a “series” for myself or some wallpaper art as a gift for someone for Christmas. Oh well, there’s always next year!