This is actually right on the ground, and the walls are spread out on the ground around it. Pretty cool, though!
The wall planks are tongue-in-groove, so it made a nice tight fit. We sanded off some of the crap (literally) that was on it but were careful to leave the chippy paint and character that the fading made. Then we lined them up so the faded ends were staggered and measured our pieces.
But tell me it’s not totally worth it for the end result?! And it fits their adorable family to a T.
Tell me that’s not one of the cutest families you’ve ever seen!
This was also a room transformation. It previously had a forest green wall, so we
made Mike paint painted it a more neutral color and found some great burlap chevron pillow covers at Hobby Lobby. And I sewed the small brown/silver pillow. It was my first attempt at piping! Not bad, but my corners need a little work. Don’t look too close. 😉
I love Jami’s style. She has a great eye and knows how to accessorize and pull a room together. Here’s the wall where you first walk into the room:
And now the main entry room:
For more of Jami’s projects, visit MY PROJECTS page and scroll to the bottom to see a few links to her work!
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This post was partially sponsored by HappyCrafters.com. All work, photography, ideas, and opinions are my own.