The bedroom revamp has been a bit of a slow process, but we are finally making some headway! We’ve been working on this feature wall for the past few weeks and I can’t wait to show you the colour we chose. We finally FOUND the perfect colour for this wall and I love it! ????
We worked with @lowes_canada on this feature wall, adding beadboard and some trim detail and it’s exactly what I envisioned ???? . Can’t wait to share all the details of this project and what we have coming up next for this space! ????????
Here’s a sneak peek of the wall and how its all coming together:
????????????????????????: Wetlands by Valspar at @lowes_canada
Choosing a colour was quite a challenge. We wanted to match this chip seen here, but couldn’t seem to find the right match (as seen above). We tried out various testers just to be sure:
until we found the colour Wetlands from Lowes! It was exactly what we were hoping for!
Adding beadboard to a wall is a great option if you’re looking to add interest to a wall but don’t want to spent a lot or do a lot of detail work. It can help to cover a large surface area as well. I will often suggest this option if you have a lot of damage to drywall that you don’t want to repair or stubborn wallpaper that doesn’t seem to want to come off.
Beadboard can be cut to size and painted to blend in with your current wall for a subtle effect. We added some trim detail to the top to finish it off. The total cost was less than $100 and we only needed 2 sheets.
I share our entire process in a saved highlight called “Beadboard” on my Instagram page: @melb_lifeandhome! Head over there for more details and to see the entire process from start to finish!