I’m starting to seriously think about and make plans for my studio/back entry/half bathroom area, and as you probably already know, what I really want on the front wall of my studio is a bold, colorful watercolor floral wallpaper. But after months and months of searching for the perfect pattern with no success (believe me, I’ve searched all major wallpaper companies, Etsy, Bluebellgray, Spoonflower, and on, and on), I’ve finally decided that my only option is to create my own custom wallpaper pattern. I knew I wanted something really bold (like really, really bold) with very little negative space. Rather than precious bouquets of flowers neatly bundled with lots of blank space between them, I wanted it to look more like an explosion of flowers all over the wallpaper. I made a couple of designs, and this is the one I liked the most… See what I mean about an explosion of flowers? 😀 There are no precious little bouquets of flowers on that wall! I’ve shown y’all before how to turn a very simple acrylic painting into a repeatable wallpaper design, but for my studio, I’m almost certain that I want watercolor flowers on that wall. And while I’m […]
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