Courtney is searching for the perfect statement to make on the walls of his master bedroom. Follow along with his interesting thought process as he weighs his options in deciding what to do in The Case of the Problematic Bedroom Walls. Perhaps you can help him find the perfect solution.
“If you ever wondered how I met Kate, it was through paint…well stenciling to be exact. For some reason, I ended up stumbling upon Kate’s site the day she debuted her bedroom stencil last year. It so happened that I had just completed a similar trellis stencil a few days earlier in my own home which I shared with her via email. One thing led to another and Kate kindly featured my living room stencil on her site and thus began our DIY blogger friendship.
Fast forward a year later and I stand in my master bedroom stumped about what to do on the walls.
Image: Courtney Lake
The bedroom is on the third floor in what would have been attic space, and has one huge issue. The walls are a mix of angles, peaks, and curves that have proven to be a real challenge for me.
The one thing I do know is that I do not want to do another stencil. Don’t get me wrong, I love the stencils I have done in the other parts of my home, but because I have done them already throughout my house, I am looking for something different.