Another door that went from sterile white to stunning
This is the inside of my bathroom door. For this door, I used scraps of tissue paper, momi papers, sponge brushed on with matte Mod Podge. I like to wrap gifts with momi paper, so I always have some lying around. You can use scraps of wrapping paper too, or any kind of paper that is thin and flexible. Don't use card stock or scrap booking paper, it's much too thick.
Important: Mod Podge is very hard to remove, so keep that in mind if you are using it on things like doors and cabinets. This is my house, so I can do what I want with it. But if you're renting an apartment, you may want to do this type of project on a board instead of directly onto something that you can't restore back to its original state easily.
It's a really wild bathroom, but then all of my rooms have an exotic flavor to them. I'm not really much of a crafter, but I am highly artistic and love to experiment with interior design projects. I tend to do things that most people are afraid to try. I want my house to express my personality, and I don't like anything plain white or sterile looking. So anything white in my house gets painted, usually in some kind of wild color!
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