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Wednesday
Apr272011

A Wall Is Born

If you're looking to add instant pizzazz to your home, without breaking the bank, look what I got for you. These phenomenal sculptural wall tiles are your ticket to cover an existing wall, help disguise a not-so-smooth surface or add a modern pattern to any room setting. And what's even better is that no tree was harmed through the process since they're made from 100% bamboo pulp. You can create your own pattern by simply rotating them and they also can be painted to match your decor. I love them so, that I recently finished covering a brick wall in my pad with the Seesaw Wall Flats. It looks amazing! Stay tuned, I'll be posting about this DIY project with before, during and after picture for you to see. Aren't these cool?

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Reader Comments (2)

My Mum installed a single column of the texture tiles pictured in the third photo from the bottom. Maybe because it's just one column and not the whole wall, or her choice of bright red paint, but it looks realy awful. I don't even much care for the blue and red above, but the rest are really nice. Which leads me to conclude that possibly adding this much texture on the wall simply must be used in a muted color. Or maybe I'm just very picky.

I'm pretty sure it's the latter ;)
Apr 27, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAgent Scully
HI Agent Scully,
I love the way my wall came out...of course, it's only an accent wall in my living room. I think the secret lies in the tiles you use and how big of a wall you're trying to cover. Color is also key. If the pattern is on the bigger side then use lighter colors.
xo
Eduardo
Apr 27, 2011 | Registered CommenterEduardo

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