Stunning Wall Treatments That Look Rich (But Are Actually DIY)

Stunning Wall Treatments That Look Rich (But Are Actually DIY)

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Dabney Frake
Mar 1, 2015
(Image credit: Meghan Pflug Designs)

Really great wall treatments don't fade into the background, but combine with the rest of your decor to make beautiful, layered rooms. They can also be very expensive, so when you find an affordable DIY solution, it's worth a second look. Take a peek at these really beautiful examples of what you can do...

1. Above, the super talented Megan Pflug created this sumptuous dyed textile wall that’s applied using starch. It’s totally removable.

(Image credit: Marilyn Rondon)

2. Although this dramatic pattern looks like rich metallic wallpaper, it’s actually hand drawn by Marilyn Rondon.

(Image credit: The Design Confidential)

3. Custom watercolor wallpaper seems like a total luxury, but it’s totally doable, as seen in this boy’s room by The Design Confidential.

(Image credit: House & Home)

4. This sophisticated pink ombre statement wall is actually just pieces of wrapping paper from Rifle Paper. It appeared in House & Home in 2013.

(Image credit: SF Girl By Bay)

5. Victoria of SF Girl By Bay featured this custom collaged wallpaper made from various prints grafted together in a geometric pattern.

(Image credit: Hayley Gemma)

6. Hayley Gemma painted this graphic black and white mural for her son’s room.

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