Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Bliss Fabric Panels

I made these fabric covered panels to give my bathroom a subtle and fresh look. I used this design board for the inspiration for my bathroom.



Materials:

I used rectangular canvases that I found at an after Christmas sale- scrap wood is much cheaper though.
Spray adhesive
fabric paint
freezer paper
fabric



First, cut a stencil out of freezer paper and iron it onto the fabric. Then brush on the fabric paint. Apply spray adhesive to the canvas or wood and lie the fabric over the top so that it lays flat and smooth. Then tuck the fabric behind and staple it on the back. And that's that!

I love how subtle it looks!


Janny

16 comments:

Nathalie said...

Loving the natural look of your project. I still want to try that freezer paper technique one day!

Laurie T said...

Wow! What a great idea!

wahine12 said...

that's so cool! very earthy!

jengd said...

Wonderful decorations- so simple but elegant!

Anonymous said...

Very elegant!!
Llohmeyer@graniteschools.org

Megan Smith (aka Daisymeh) said...

So pretty! Love it! TFS!

connie said...

what a great idea/project.

brenlubrant said...

It is always nice when you can personally create something so pretty for your home.

Judy said...

Very calming colours yet they look so elegant. A great idea.

Carol said...

Nice home decor project, very clever!

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

Carla said...

Lovely, thanks for sharing.

Carla from Utah

alisa logue said...

I need to try this! You make it look so easy! Thanks for the idea!- Alisa

Mary-Anne V said...

nice and simple way to decorate a bathroom. Love the look.

Shana said...

Subtle and beautiful!

christi said...

great decor item.

Shawninaz said...

Great home decor project, so simple but very nice!

 

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