In my mind polk dots are directly correlated to the level of happiness you feel when you enter a room. Gemma’s nursery wall got a little update this weekend. This is an otherwise blank wall that we stare at everyday, so it was time well spent on a little face lift. (You can see the old nursery wall here.)
A while back I connected with Danielle Hardy of Urban Walls on Instagram. No doubt you’ve seen Danielle’s wall decals somewhere before. She has all sorts of fun shapes that can add a little color and pattern to plain walls. There are several smaller decals like the dots I used as well as triangles that are perfect for kids’ rooms. She also has larger decals that would be gorgeous in a living area or entry.
Our DIY Process:
5. After marking the baseboards horizontally, tie a weighted string to a stick clip. Hang the stick clip at the top of the wall until the weight is in line with the mark on the first baseboard.
7. Apply the decals using a credit card to transfer to the wall. Peel backing off at a 45 degree angle.
(Blank stares at each other as Gemma immediately lunges for a dot and attempsts to peel it off the second she can reach it.)
This was the perfect weekend project that is already adding to my happiness. It’s hard to be grumpy when you’re staring at a wall of polka dots. Ok…2:00am wake up calls might challenge that notion, but at least I have something to stare at when I’m rocking the baby now.
You can check out all the decals that Urban Walls offers on their shop site. Also, check out Danielle’s blog full of all sorts of gorgeous findings.
*This was a sponsored post. I only post about products I truly love and use in my own home.