Ever since spotting this photo on Pinterest last Fall, I have been daydreaming about this room with it’s charming wood paneled walls painted in pink ombre. It’s the kind of space where I can imagine myself doing utterly relaxing, feminine things, like painting my nails whilst sipping lemonade and flipping through a magazine.
So imagine my surprise when I was reading the latest issue of House Beautiful (February 2014) and discovered that this wall was created using wallpaper produced by a Dutch company called Eijffinger. Not only does the wallpaper method sound easier than adjusting the tint of your pink paint one wood panel at a time, but it also makes the look accessible to those who don’t have wood panel homes. It would be especially lovely in a sloped attic (imagine a sunny office or a little girl’s playroom up there!) or a sunroom, or even just a cheerfully casual kitchen. Better yet, this beachy style is available not only in pink, but in yellow, too.
Visit http://www.brewsterhomefashions.com, or follow this direct link to the Degrado Ombre Painted Wood page on their website for more details. The suggested retail price is $240 per roll, but you can start by ordering an 8″ x 10″ sample for just $1.99. They also offer tools to help you find a local retailer and to calculate the quantity your space requires.
Get ready to enjoy some beachside charm year round!
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Photo Credits: Pinterest and Brewster Home Fashions