Woman Creates A Stunning Geometric Feature Wall For Just £1
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Featured Image Credit: Emma Scarsbrook
A woman has told how she transformed her bedroom wall with some beautiful geometric art all for the grand sum of £1.
Emma Scarsbrook, 28, from Gosport, was keen to decorate the wall in her bedroom but didn't want to spend a fortune on paints or other unnecessary costs.
After having spotted a trend for geometric walls on DIY Facebook groups she decided to take matters into her own hands.
Emma spent £1 on masking tape from Poundland and then used up different paints that she found lying about her house.
In a conversation with Latestdeals.co.uk she said: "I used spare paint I had from decorating other rooms in my house. It took longer to mark it all out than it did to paint! I painted between the lines and waited overnight before removing the tape."
This isn't the first time Emma has shown off her nifty craftsmanship. Being a mum to two year old Millie, she used her artistry to decorate her daughter's room using a similar technique.
According to Emma, she used masking tape, paint and stickers from Amazon to create a lovely half pink polka dot wall.
" I used the tape from the top corner, painted the pink first, then removed the tape, and then relined it to paint the grey. Once it was dry, I added the stickers," she said.
In total, her daughter's room cost her just over £25. As Tom Church, co-founder of LatestDeals.co.uk noted, the brilliance in Emma's design was the simplicity as it made the room look elegant at a very cheap price.
And to keep things wallet-friendly, Tom advises "asking for paint samples, buying cheap masking tape and only doing one main feature wall rather than decorating the whole room in a geometric print."