Starched Fabric Wall
I love the look of wallpaper, but I have major commitment issues. I had heard that starched fabric looks like wallpaper, but could easily be removed...
I bought a home decor, 100% cotton fabric for this project.
Here's my before. The large blank wall was screaming for attention.
My supplies: paint tray, sponge roller, liquid starch and a knife (I ended up using an x-acto knife instead of the one pictured).
I had to use small nails to hold the heavy fabric in place. This was the hardest part of the project.
Once the fabric is in place, everything gets a little easier.
And here's the after!
Here's where my commitment issues come into play. I decide to add paneled walls to the bathroom which required me to remove the fabric on the lower half. It was SO easy to remove and didn't do any damage to the walls! This treatment would work great for renters.
And here's the starched fabric wall paired with the new wall paneling. Want to see the full the tutorial for the starched fabric wall? Click on the link:
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