Tutorials 46: Chevron Rug

July 11, 2011

I really liked the colors and rug in the photo at bottom. But when I looked for a wide patterned chevron rug for fairly little money I came up short. But I might try this technique below from Tatertots and Jello.
She even has a great suggestion as to how to deal with the 'crunchiness' factor;)

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elaina said... Best Blogger Tips

That wall color is exactly what I want in my bathroom! A blue-green that is both serene and fun, spa-like and vintage. Any ideas on what it is?

Grosgrain said... Best Blogger Tips

I believe it is Valspar Aqua Glow on the walls, and the ceiling is a lighter shade of the same color, Valspar Grand Hotel Mackinac Blue.

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

This rug really looks very interesting. The color the contrast, everything about it looks just perfect.
outdoor rug

Jen @ tatertotsandjello.com said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanks so much for featuring my rug. It was such a happy surprise.

I am a big fan of your blog!!


elaina said... Best Blogger Tips

Thank you! I didn't see the link before to Lay Baby Lay.

OnePerfectDay said... Best Blogger Tips

I love the look!
That's pretty close to a perfect room for me.

I'm off to see the tutorial.

LakshmiRP said... Best Blogger Tips

So clever and easy!

Kitiya Palaskas said... Best Blogger Tips

This is amazing! Thank you for sharing. I never thought to paint my own chevron rug. I think I'm going to make one this weekend!

Grosgrain said... Best Blogger Tips

@Jen @ tatertotsandjello.com
Oh thank you Jen! I am a BIG fan of yours as well!

Fickle Sense said... Best Blogger Tips

This is a lovely pattern and a great idea. Though I must say, sometimes it can be difficult stencilling like this. I roller might be better. I suppose you just have to be EXTRA gentle! thanks for sharing!

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