From College-Age Color to Serene Master Bedroom

A master bedroom is transformed into a more mature, serene retreat for less than $1,000.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionA one-of-a-kind treatment transforms Krina's boring white closet doors into an artful wall.
Kelly dresses up the bare closet doors with a roll of textured wallpaper, a wispy stencil template and some brown paint and stain. Using a stencil brush, she dabs brown paint through the stencil in a repeated pattern on the wallpaper. You can customize stencils with any color, by placing the stencil at different angles or by dabbing the paint on thick or thin.

When the paint is dry, Kelly rubs on a thin layer of brown stain to bring out the texture of the wallpaper. She uses just the right amount to add color, but not too much that it will take over the entire look of the project. Once the stain is dry, she enlists Brice's help to wet and apply the wallpaper on the closet doors. The one-of-a-kind treatment transforms the boring white doors into an artful wall.

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