Monday, June 14, 2010

Color bubbles

Something I learned from my designer friend Cheryl Janis to write words on the wall before painting as the words  remain under the paint,how thoughtful:)


My darling is 16th month I am redoing her room  painting,drew murals,new curtains,bedding  loving every bit...I love my sweetie.

28 comments:

  1. Ohhh how fun is that!!! I would love to join you...I love things like that!!!
    I will remember about writing on wall :) Great tip, sweetie
    Muah

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  2. Aw, I bet it is so fun to be redoing her room!! How sweet. And I love the idea of leaving loving messages under the paint in rooms.

    I'll def let you know when I am headed to Portland. It won't be a while, late fall, spring even. I'll keep you posted!

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  3. How fun to redo your darling's room! Keep us posted on the progress. I'd love to see some of your ideas, darling.

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  4. I never have thought of this idea, but I like it. I will most definitely keep this in mind next time I change my wall colors. Enjoy your day! The sun is fantastic finally, isn't it?

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  5. What a sweet idea - writing under the paint.

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  6. we did this when we were little to mark what rooms was ours! (when our house was being built)

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  7. Thank you Deepali,
    Thank you for noticing that they too could be romantic with a few weeds added :)

    Love the inspiration over here as well.
    from one interior designer to another.

    Dore L. Callaway
    Interior Designs
    Designer Estae Model Homes/Residential.
    xx

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  8. That is such a sweet idea!!
    Thanks for entering my little contest.
    I'm going to send you the html code for my blog button, and I'll put yours on my blog as well : )

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  9. Gorgeous idea, although I would be worried the writing would show through the paint!

    What a gorgeous project, you are going to have so much fun and I am sure she will appreciate all of the beautiful colour in the room!!

    :) Hazel

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  10. Really cute idea- its like a hidden message that just you know about :)

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  11. a lucky baby indeed! very nice collage of designs...thanks so much for your sweet comments. i will be adding you to my blog list. have a great evening! verbena cottage

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  12. Love all the polka dots, and love the grouping of paper lanterns in the corner too :-) Have fun decorating!!

    Kelly @ DesignTies

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  13. What a wonderful idea. I never thought to write on the wall, only in wet concrete! genius!

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  14. It's so much fun doing kids rooms..can't wait to see how it turns out..Rachaelxx

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  15. Great idea and have fun re-doing your sweetie's nursery! Thanks for your kind comment and support. xx

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  16. That is something I've never thought of doing. Also, can't wait to see what you do with your daughter's bedroom.

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  17. I love that idea! And, the room looks adorable :)

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  18. Those murals are amazing. You are very talented. I have done some trompe l'oeil but it doesn't hod a candle to this. Wonderfully done.

    I am visiting via the favorite room posts at This Photographer's Life
    Pam

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  19. Her room is adorable! She's lucky to have such a sweet mama :) xo

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  20. Oh Deepali.. this is gorgeous.. How did I miss it.. considering I've been following for a while.. hummmm... Anyway.. Im here now.. Its a gorgeous room and she is a lucky little one..

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