Diagonal Painted Wall Design
Freshen up your room with FrogTape® Painter's Tape
- FrogTape® Multi-Surface Painters Tape
Follow Along To Do the Project
I attached string to the upper most corner of the wall with a thumbtack. Then did the same on the opposite bottom corner of the room.
I used the string as a guide for placing my FrogTape® Multi-Surface.
I used my thumbnail to burnish the edge of the tape that would meet the paint.
Remove the thumbtacks and string. Most nail holes are only on the upper part of the walls, so this works well with getting a fresh new look but painting the entire room. I painted before sunrise…so pardon the shadowy photography.
Then I painted the upper halves of the walls. Two coats.
While the second coat was still wet, I removed the FrogTape by pulling it away from the paint and allowed the paint to dry before re-decorating.
I repeated the same steps on the opposite wall. And now the room is a little lighter, fun and fresh.
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