Blogger Spotlight: Can’t Paint the Walls? Here is a Fabric Wall Hack for You!

By on April 29, 2015
Fabric Wall Treatment

Here’s another awesome DIY project for your walls. We saw this project on Kristen Dirmeier’s blog Silver Linings and had to share it with our readers here on DIY Home Interior because well…it’s amazing!

It doesn’t matter if you own your home or if you live in a rented home with wall colors you just can’t stand, this wall hack might just help you come out from under the heavy weight of wall color boredom. There are several wall treatment options you can use to add color to your home such as wallpaper or even temporary wallpaper, but of course both of those options can get quite expensive. Fabric by the yard doesn’t cost nearly as much and you have the added bonus of a huge selection of colors and patterns that you just can’t find with removable wall papers. Fabric, cornstarch and water…who knew those three things could be the answer to your wall color dilema, especially in a rented space!

Don’t take our word for it, check out what Kristen did to her plain white walls with this awesome fabric wall treatment project.

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About Sheena Huseby

Having two kids and being on a budget DIY is a way of life. Organizing my home to make space and have it functional is a goal and everyday battle. I love trying new decorating ideas that are small and easy. Finding great treasure at the thrift store or yard sales that can be given a makeover or repurposed is always a blast for me. I love colors and inspiration where I can get it. Don't forget, you can always connect with all of us at DIY Home Interior on Twitter @diyhomeinterior and check out our favorite Pins at

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