Sunburst tutorial decor to make for basically pennies!
You are going to love this super easy sunburst decor tutorial!
This is the next installment of my sisters family room makeover.If you missed the first part you can see it here where we started with Roman Shades.
This is what we started with….
The TV overwhelms the old window that is hanging above it so we took it down and moved it to the other side of the room which I will show you later..it looks so good!!
The window treatment needed a little sumpin sumpin to bring in some color so we made some cornices using the same fabric we used to make the roman shades
On the other wall you can see some of her ceiling medallions and other wall art that are kind of spaced too far apart so we took them down too.
We started fresh.
Because the ceilings in this room are really high we knew we needed something big to go over the TV.
First we tried hanging 6 frames (eventually with some sort of artwork in them) but Tiff really wanted something a bit more bold. So we got creative!
NOTE: See the cute window cornices?… Here is the DIY on how we made those.
How to make the sunbursts
Well we decided to make a large sunburst.
First we took one of the medallions from off the wall and spray painted it grey!
Next Tiff called her local Ace hardware store to see if we could get a bunch of paint sticks and they gave her 50 of them for FREE!!
They are so nice!! We hot glued the sticks onto the back of the medallion.
When you place the sticks on do not push or the glue will squish out all over just lightly place them onto the medallion so that they kind of angle out as you can see in the photo.
Then Tiff spray painted the whole piece in a light grey and we hung it up above the TV and we LOVED how it turned out!
I wish I had a better picture taken in the daylight of how this looks…it really turned out so amazing looking!
Wait until you see the whole room rearranged it is amazing how much you can change a room by just rearranging things.
Don’t forget to link up to Centerpiece Wednesday tomorrow night..I can’t wait to see what you have been working on!!