Fantastic Ideas For Covering Patches On Walls
You spent a bomb painting your house last year and the paint is already chipping off? Too bad, because re-painting a patch would mean re-painting an entire wall, else it would only look blotchy. But guess what? Whatever may be the reason for that large ugly patch on your living room wall, you can now cover it without much effort. Here are some ideas you can use for covering patches on walls!
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Install a mirror: This is a very cool idea to hide the ugly patch on the otherwise beautiful wall. Buy a decorative mirror which is large enough to cover up the place where the patch is on the wall and voila! Your pretty wall looks prettier!
Cover it with a book shelf: How about dragging your book shelf to the place where the patch is? This could work if you have many book shelves at your place. A little bit of moving things around can easily cover the patch up.
Wallpaper: Maybe now is a good time to cover at least one or maybe two walls with a pretty wallpaper. No need to re-paint or re-organize things.
Family photos: If you stay away from family, then use them to hide the ugly patch. Don't get it? Frame a few fun photos of your family and hang them all over the wall to cover the patch. Ta-da! No patch only fun family memories!
Stick a poster: If the patch on your wall is small, you can easily cover it by sticking a poster of your favorite football player. No sweat.
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Blinds: If you don't want to paint your wall all over again, you can invest in some bamboo blinds which are usually aesthetic and decorative.
Painted fabric: Let your kids make their first master piece on a large piece of fabric and then choose the best part to frame. Hang it up to cover the patch on your wall and you're done.
Vinyl decals: How about having a large dragon covering up the ugly patch on you wall? Wicked, right? Just get a fancy vinyl decal and cover your wall from top to bottom with it.
Paintings: If you are a connoisseur of art, then what better way to cover the patch on your wall, than by hanging a beautiful piece of art over it? Nobody will know what's hiding behind Claude Monet ;)
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