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  • Kelly Stevens

    DIY ombré walls 1: Trim wall w/painter’s tape & use a roller to paint entire wall the lightest hue. STEP 2: Paint a bottom panel w/the darkest hue. STEP 3: Mix your medium & dark shade together to create the 2nd darkest color & paint a section. Next, move up on the wall & paint the 3rd section the middle color only. STEP 4: Blend the colors together using a smaller paint brush that is DRY, until areas & lines bleed together. You may need to touch up with mixed paint as you go

  • Morgan Gottfried

    #DIY #Ombre Walls | STEP 1: Trim wall w/painter’s tape & use a roller to paint entire wall the lightest hue. STEP 2: Paint a bottom panel w/the darkest hue. STEP 3: Mix your medium & dark shade together to create the 2nd darkest color & paint a section. Next, move up on the wall & paint the 3rd section the middle color only. STEP 4: Blend the colors together using a smaller paint brush that is DRY, until areas & lines bleed together. You may need to touch up with mixed paint as you go

  • Juliana Johnson

    DIY: Ombre Wall I NEED TO DO THIS have been looking for paint ideas for a LONG time

  • Rose Kaplan

    THIS OMBRE WALL! Those colors are so amazing... love it for a small accent wall in a house with character one day. :)

  • Abigail Orosco

    DIY Home DIY Decor DIY Crafts: How to Make Turquoise Ombre Wall - maybe a different color

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