A quick little feature wall I did in my sons room today, using some left over paint, a sponge and about an hour of my time 👌🏻
Wow it looks amazing @prettyliving. What a great idea. Thanks for sharing another clever project.
Wow 🤩 that’s amazing @prettyliving . What a beautiful bedroom ! I love the different shades of the bricks 🥰
Looks brilliant @prettyliving. Congrats!
Thanks so much for sharing. We love your creativity.
So much more interest on that wall now @prettyliving. The difference is amazing.
Fantastic work as always!
That's a fantastic layout. Those pieces that you've combined in the room are great and compliment one another. I would never have the steady hand for that wall. Thanks for showing which sponge you used. I was thinking that it was a giant sponge so that you could have a good hold on it. A great over all look and that brick pattern just brings it all together. We look forward to seeing your next project.
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A thicker sponge would be a lot easier to hold onto. I tip I found that worked well with the thinner sponge is pouring small amounts of paint into a tray, by keeping the paint shallow it helped with not getting too much paint on the sides of the sponge when dipping it in. I found when there started to get to much paint on the sides then it became hard to get a grip on the sponge.