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New painted kitchen walls

COLORFUL WALLS

Want some changes at home? Painting is a fast and fun way to give your walls or furniture a new look.

Our kitchen is white, and we used to have white walls. We were looking for a calm and colorful paint for the walls. After trying a blue-grey color, we were not quite happy, and landed on this beautiful peach color.

The color is supermatte, named “Blushing Peach”, from Jotun Lady. We painted 2 coats, and used a 3 liter can. Painted the floor list as well, but kept the top list in white, as the ceiling is also white.

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On the kitchen-side we kept it simple with clean walls. We love to decorate with a lot of green plants.

DININGAREA- DIY TABLE.

All our chairs are old, from thriftshopping and secondhand.

The dark teak works well with the peach wallcolor.

upcycle teakchair

On the opposite wall we have posters and family photos, and a DIY cabinet we made ourselves, painted in blue.

wallpaint blushing peach

kitcheninspiration painting blushing peach

VEGGMALING BLUSHING PEACH

Lamp over kitchen table is from a dumpster outside a building area, another “upcycled” interior piece. From trash to treasure- we love it!

secondhand teak chair

blushing peach wallcolor

DIY CABINET

This cabinet is made from 2 old windows. Feet are from an old kitchen table. MDF board used in the back,

wooden boards on the sides and as shelves inside. The blue paint is a mix form different blues we had in the house.

We love plants and cactuses!

So many different shapes and personalities! Perfect way to add some color to your home

plant home urban jungle

We also bought a light green color,also from Jotun Lady, that works well with the peach wallcolor.

The plan is to paint some of the diningchairs.

Ready for spring!

DIY WALLHANGING

A fun and easy diy!

For a dreamcatcher or walhanging. Time : 10 minutes!

This is a simple version without much detail. You can also make beautiful versions with different colored yarns, use sticks and thread inside the hoop, SO many ways to make it fit in to your home. Perfect project to use up all your left over yarn .

 

You need:

Scizzors

One ball Chunky thick wool

Embroidery hoop

(Thread for hanging, or a nail)

 

1.Get all your stuff together. Paint the hoop white or keep in in trendy wood color.

2. Cut off threads, 50 cm long (about 25 cm long when folded and tied on hoop), 10 threads in one bundle, and tie the yarn on the hoop.

3. Tie on as mutch as you want.Here 8 pieces.

4. Use the scissor to even out the edges. Put a nail in your wall, and hang up your beautiful and simple DIY wallhanging. Fits perfectly in all nordic looking homes.

 

The wallhanging is made form one yarn ball in color “Cloudy dark grey blend” from hip wool

https://www.hipknitshop.no/shop/cloudy-dark-grey-blend/


 

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