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8 DIY Ways to Bring Ombre Into Your Home


Adding ombre to your home is a beautiful and stylish way to brighten up any room. All you have to do is pick an object, pick a color and let the gradient painting begin. I’m especially a fan of the coral and mint ombre, but I really feel like it can look stunning with just about any color. What is your favorite color to ombre? Give your home a color makeover with these 8 DIY Ways to Bring Ombre Into Your Home…
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  • On the Wall 1 of 8
    On the Wall
    Choose the colors, wall and start having fun.
    Find out more at Apartment Therapy.
  • On a Desk 2 of 8
    On a Desk
    Give a seemingly boring desk a bright makeover.
    Find out more at Fig Tea Design.
  • On the Radiator 3 of 8
    On the Radiator
    Don't hide the radiator, embrace it.
    Find out more at Apartment Therapy.
  • On a Lampshade 4 of 8
    On a Lampshade
    Jazz up a lampshade by giving it the ombre look.
    Get the tutorial at Martha Stewart.
  • On the Stairs 5 of 8
    On the Stairs
    Brighten up your stairs with an ombre spectrum.
    Find out more at Thoroughly Modern Medusa.
  • On the Table 6 of 8
    On the Table
    Buy a set of ombre wooden spoons or make your own.
    Buy these for $19 at Etsy.
  • On the Windows 7 of 8
    On the Windows
    Dye your own set of ombre or reverse ombre curtains.
    Get the tutorial at Grosgrain Fabulous.
  • On a Cake 8 of 8
    On a Cake
    Master the technique of a petal cake with ombre frosting.
    Get the tutorial at Prudent Baby.

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