Wall Decals . . or DIY Murals for those boring walls!

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Ever feeling creative and want to try painting your own wall art? Take some inspiration from this guy (martinus via Imgur) who took it upon himself to add some pizazz to his boring kitchen wall. 

Follow his journey below through his photos revealing his how to diy secrets! And if you’re still not inspired to take on this project — come in to Exeter Paint to check out the wall decals we have availble for you to choose from to add to your plain walls!

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Recommendations | A Beautiful Room, LLC

Our recent home renovation project required not only a decorator with vision, but someone who could coordinate with the builder and other contractors to make sure that the best materials were incorporated within our budget.  Nina McCarthy of A Beautiful Room, LLC, really came through for us.  During our work day, she was busy locating materials, talking with contractors and keeping us informed.  When we returned home she would organize bills for us, have materials for us to choose from and prepare us for the next steps.  When there were problems, Nina would readily take on the role of trouble-shooter.  A Beautiful Room is so much more than a decorating service.  It’s a full renovation coordinating service!

– Carolyn Berenson, Exeter, NH

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Fun fall DIY Projects

We love sharing ideas we come up with on our own and those by which we’re truly inspired!

These two projects would be lovely for a weekend project to give you home a touch of Autumn warmth.

Photos + ideas fond on Midwestliving.com

Have an old wheelbarrow hanging around either in the back of your garage or somewhere in your backyard? Why not make it a decorative display pot for your fall flowers. 

We like to use chalkpaint for almost any project . . . but really, any paint will do! Choose a color like this deep green that we can match at the Exeter Paint store – or whatever color you prefer!

Paint your old wheelbarrow, add soil, flowers + leafy plants and VOILA! A beautiful, fall display.

Take wooden frames, any color paint you’d like, and voilia! You’ve got your base to make a creative way to display the beautiful pieces of fall. For example, this deep red frame to display freshly fallen fall leafs. 

“For an easy mantel display, combine brightly colored fall leaves with an empty picture frame.

Hang leaves on S-hooks (used for jewelry making and found at crafts stores) or pin to a ribbon. Put nails in both sides of a colorful frame and suspend the ribbon loosely across the center, tying it to the nails. Add to the display by spreading a branch full of brightly colored berries across the length of the mantel and setting small gourds on top of egg cups.”

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