10 Innovative Techniques and Tutorials for Painting Walls

Are you looking to spruce up a wall in your home? I was totally blown away by some of these painting techniques! They look so complicated at first glance but the tutorials make them achievable. Check out these truly innovative and creative ways to paint your walls.

View them after the jump!

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  • A Circle Stencil 1 of 10
    A Circle Stencil
    Use a pizza box to make a circle stencil.
    Click to see the full tutorial at Houzz.
  • Paint By Number 2 of 10
    Paint By Number
    Borrow a projector (or buy one for cheap) to make this amazing paint by number mural!
    Click to see all the steps at The Lettered Cottage.
  • Paint Pens 3 of 10
    Paint Pens
    Paint pens! Use a paint pen to embellish a design on a wall!
    Check out the steps and more design ideas at See Cate Create.
  • White Board 4 of 10
    White Board
    Make a wall into a gigantic dry-erase board! You can switch up designs daily!
    See the process and products at Idea Paint.
  • Paint over the Door 5 of 10
    Paint over the Door
    Paint right over the door and include it in your paint design!
    See this and more ideas at Country Living.
  • Mix and Match 6 of 10
    Mix and Match
    Mix matte and glossy paint for a subtle design effect.
    See process photos at Sawdust and Embryos.
  • Super Stencil 7 of 10
    Super Stencil
    Use an extra large stencil and some spray adhesive to get a perfectly stenciled design!
    See the tips at I Heart Organizing.
  • Tape and Paint 8 of 10
    Tape and Paint
    Rainbow striped floor made from vinyl tape!
    See the project at Decor Hacks.
  • Friends and Family 9 of 10
    Friends and Family
    Have all of your friends and family lend a hand to a painted wall so you get an eclectic look!
    See more photos at Green Wedding Shoes.
  • Metallic Dots 10 of 10
    Metallic Dots
    A few metallic dots can transform a wall into something amazing.
    See this idea and more at Design Sponge.



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