The Great X Wall Project

 

So it’s finally done! THE wall project I’ve been working on for a few weeks. If you follow me on Facebook then you’ve seen me post some of the updated pictures. I shared a funny story on my personal page about when my oldest son asked me if I was building a fence so the cows wouldn’t get out…lol!

 

Ha!! I can see that, but not exactly, my dear:0)

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It’s just that I ‘m obsessed with the x.

Source: wisteria.com via Brandy on Pinterest

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

So I decided to incorporate that x detail in my own home. I knew our big blank entry wall would be a great place to try it! I must say I love how it turned out!!!

Here is the area before:

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I’m getting closer and closer to finally finishing up this room! Next thing I want to do is to add a gallery wall:0)

I‘ve always loved this wall from Pottery Barn

Tivoli Console Table, Artisanal Black stain

 

Oh! Before you go, check out my new post in the DownEastHome Blog! It’s about freshening up your home for the summer with greenery. I love greenery:0)

Also sorry about the no My Style Monday. I was recovering from my HS reunion and a mean scorpion bite!..ouch! I’ll be back next week!

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Chic on a Shoestring Decorating

Comments

  1. Wow what a transformation. I love the this.

  2. LOVE IT!!! You have such a great sense of style!

  3. Dang, girl. It turned out awesome!!

    Come link it up at the Lil’ Luna Link Party! :D

    XO – Kristyn
    http://www.lilluna.com

  4. love this!!! i recently did wainscoting project over at my blog but i love the creative turn you took with yours!! :)

    Jackie
    http://jaclyndesigns.blogspot.com/

  5. Hi there! I just found your blog through In the Loop and absolutely LOVE your style and all of your fabulous projects! :-) I just went through some of your previous posts and think you have some incredible creativity and talent. Hop over and pay us a visit some time if you get a chance!
    Vanessa

  6. LOVE LOVE LOVE!

  7. I love this so fresh a clean!!

  8. You did such a great job! I love how you just go for it, with things you love!!

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  11. Wow! What a dramatic change! Just beautiful, as always! Did they keep the cows in? Or out? LOL :)

  12. Holy smokes, that is AWESOME!! You did such a great job!!

  13. What a great idea!

  14. Good job girl!

  15. I love that, Destiny! Fabulous!

  16. WOW!! This is amazing, girl!

  17. I love the dimension and texture it adds to the wall! It really turned out great. I’d love it if you’d stop by my blog when you have a chance and check out the giveaway I’m having for a Dremel Saw max!

  18. This is more than a transformation is a huge face lift! You added so much to your entry! Love it!

    PS I have a $50 cash giveaway going on at my blog till Monday. Come by when you have a chance! :)

  19. I am absolutely in love! What a fantastic spin on wainscoting, and what a perfect wall to put it on! I can’t wait to see it all spruced up! Thanks so much for sharing!

  20. go X’s! i love what you’ve done!

    amy

  21. What great style and vision you have! Love the way that turned out. Your blog gives me great confidence to remodel. :)
    Jaime

  22. That looks amazing! Makes me want to rip the chair molding out of our dining room and do this! Hmmm…..

  23. Do you think you can do this if you have 8 foot ceilings? or will it break the wall up too mcu?

  24. LOve this project! Did you sand the texture of the sheetrock to make it look more like paneling or leave it be?

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