Tuscan rose with their simple shapes and universal appeal, is a perfect decoration for a girl’s room. Little girls tend to like bright flowers in clean, geometric shapes, while older girls (and women) may prefer conceptual flowers in monochrome colors or abstract outlines.
Choose a high gloss paint to create remarkable Tuscan rose that reflect light and pop off the walls. High gloss paints are durable, easy to clean, and give the pattern more visual interest. A stencil is the easiest way to get a clean, precise flower bedroom wall. Make your own stencil by cutting the shape of a flower from a flattened cereal boxes. Fill in the chart with color. Wash the stencil before changing paint colors. If you draw by hand, use a small brush with soft bristles that form a point. Trace the outline of a flower before, or draw freely on a less precise, contemporary look. For a garden-themed room, painting Tuscan rose 1-4 meters high, as if they are “growing” from the baseboards.
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Stagger flower heights for a visually appealing effect. Do not be afraid to have extra tall flowers or flowers that curve and droop. There is no need to space the flowers evenly either. Let them “grow” in bunches or clusters them in the corners. A great substitute for a headboard is a cluster of painted flowers. Tape the shape of the wall, and spray lightly around the flower. Use a color that complements the wall paint to create a misty, ethereal look. Add glitter or rhinestones while the paint is wet. Stress looks good if they are placed randomly around the edges of the flower. Do not overdo it, or you’ll end up with a disco rather than a garden.