Project of the Month: Congratulations! You did it!

Project of the Month: Congratulations! You did it!

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Cambria Bold
Aug 3, 2009
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Whew. You did it! Thanks to everyone who participated in our July 2009 Project of the Month: DIY Accent Wall. We saw some really terrific walls, and we know all of your homes are the better for it. We randomly selected a winner of this month's project, and that winner is...

Danadaisy from Cincinnati!

Congratulations! The winner will receive a $500 gift card from Lowe's. If you didn't win this time around, don't fret. We've got another great Project of the Month launching this afternoon, and you won't want to miss it.

Jump below for other notable entries from this month's project...


Medusa12120 from New York City
"My dining room accent wall! Reverse lace pattern. blotted, dried, reapplied then blotted again."


New Homeowner Ash from Orange, CA
"When we first bought our home, every wall in our master bedroom was painted a Dracula Red/Barney Purple. To go with our Michael Kors Santorini bedding, we decided to go for it and paint one wall bright blue! We think it really works against all of our white bedding and furniture."


Scoobiewu from Seattle, WA
"I'm moving into my first condo on August 1 and I have been busy trying to paint the place beforehand. It is a flat with really cool and high exposed wood ceilings. My aesthetic will be industrial-cozy chic and hopefully will look gender neutral. The unit is essentially a huge open space and the walls have lots of interesting bends and nooks. I am using accent wall colors to distinguish between the living area (dark grey), dining area (aqua blue), and den-ish area (white). The kitchen started out red and I'm changing it to neutral."


Sheriously from West Hills, CA
"As new homeowners, my boyfriend and I have committed to painting at least two accent walls in our house. The first was completed this weekend and I'm loving it! My boyfriend on the other hand is referring to it as split pea soup, so we may have to re-evaluate the color choice."

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