Abstract Shapes DIY Nursery Wall Decor

As it turns out, I was basically made for nursery decor if you’re taking into account our brand color schemes, ha! These DIY nursery wall decor in abstract wooden shapes are no exception, and I LIVE for a good spray paint makeover. I basically spray paint everything! I even spray painted the drawers on a crib!

I’m not going to claim that Krylon® Brand should put “Sugar & Cloth” somewhere in the Ballet Slipper and Catalina Mist spray paint color names for my personal branding purposes, but I wouldn’t hate it.

We’ve partnered with them to bring a really fun accent wall idea and crib upcycle for baby’s room that you can easily make into a custom color scheme, pattern, and even a temporary decor solution if you’re renting or just plain afraid of commitment.

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Supplies

Craft wood squares, circles, and small rectangles

Krylon ColorMaster® Paint + Primer Satin Ballet Slipper

Krylon ColorMaster® Paint + Primer Satin Catalina Mist

Krylon Shimmer Metallic in Gold Shimmer

Painter’s tape

Small white nails or heavy-duty artwork adhesive

Abstract Shapes DIY Spray Paint Decor by Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth -- #DIYBABYROOMDECOR #KRYLON #SPRAYPAINTPROJECT #NURSERYIDEAS

How To DIY Nursery Wall Decor | Abstract Shapes Wall Art

1- Start by taping off random edges of your wooden shapes. We chose to match all of the shapes but you can mix and
match as well!

2- On a disposable surface, in a well-ventilated area, spray your shapes with the Krylon® Brand spray paint colors of your choice. Before you start be sure to read the label for safety and application instructions. We used 2 cans of spray paint. We chose to go with a more cohesive look and color all of the pieces for each shape in the same color. For this design I opted to paint the circles in Catalina Mist, the squares in Ballet Slipper and the rectangles in Gold Shimmer.

3- Allow all of the shapes to dry. Once the shapes are dry repeat with one more coat of spray paint. The painter’s tape should be removed when the paint is dry to the touch to avoid peeling or chipping. Once you carefully remove the painter’s tape, you allow the shapes to fully dry. From start to finish this entire project took us about 2 hours.

4- Once the pieces are fully dry,  you’re ready to create a wall pattern by attaching your color block shapes to the wall!

5- The most secure way to attach the pieces to the wall is by using small nails in a discrete color like white, but if you can only have temporary decor in your space, using something like heavy duty adhesive artwork tape will suffice as well, just be sure to keep the shapes out of baby’s reach regardless.

For instance, the styled crib you see here has about a foot of space between the edge of the crib and the wall to be sure that no little hands can create a dangerous scenario.

Optional: we decided it would be fun to do a color block storage accent on this crib, so we used painter’s tape to tape off half of the cabinet front and handles to spray paint a blue/white and all pink pop of color on to the base of the crib. I love the added colorful element, don’t you?! We used the Krylon ColorMaster® Paint + Primer Satin Ballet Slipper and Krylon ColorMaster® Paint + Primer Satin Catalina Mist to add a cohesive theme to the entire room. 

DIY Kids Wall Decor by Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth -- #DIYBABYROOMDECOR #KRYLON #SPRAYPAINTPROJECT #NURSERYIDEASAbstract DIY Spray Paint Wall Decor by Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth -- #DIYBABYROOMDECOR #KRYLON #SPRAYPAINTPROJECT #NURSERYIDEAS DIY Nursery Wall Decor by Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth -- #DIYBABYROOMDECOR #KRYLON #SPRAYPAINTPROJECT #NURSERYIDEAS Abstract Shapes Wall Decor by Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth -- #DIYBABYROOMDECOR #KRYLON #SPRAYPAINTPROJECT #NURSERYIDEAS Abstract Shapes DIY Decor by Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth -- #DIYBABYROOMDECOR #KRYLON #SPRAYPAINTPROJECT #NURSERYIDEAS

Thank you to Krylon® Brand for sponsoring this post! Sugar & Cloth donates 5% of all sponsored campaigns to charity, which you can read about right here!

Abstract Shapes DIY Nursery Wall Decor

As it turns out, I was basically made for nursery decor if you’re taking into account our brand color schemes, ha! These DIY nursery wall decor in abstract wooden shapes are no exception, and I LIVE for a good spray paint makeover. I basically spray paint everything! I even spray painted the drawers on a crib!

I’m not going to claim that Krylon® Brand should put “Sugar & Cloth” somewhere in the Ballet Slipper and Catalina Mist spray paint color names for my personal branding purposes, but I wouldn’t hate it.

We’ve partnered with them to bring a really fun accent wall idea and crib upcycle for baby’s room that you can easily make into a custom color scheme, pattern, and even a temporary decor solution if you’re renting or just plain afraid of commitment.

MY LATEST VIDEOS

Abstract Shapes DIY Nursery Wall Decor by Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth -- #DIYBABYROOMDECOR #KRYLON #SPRAYPAINTPROJECT #NURSERYIDEASAbstract Shapes DIY Kids Wall Decor by Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth -- #DIYBABYROOMDECOR #KRYLON #SPRAYPAINTPROJECT #NURSERYIDEASAbstract Shapes DIY Wall Decor by Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth -- #DIYBABYROOMDECOR #KRYLON #SPRAYPAINTPROJECT #NURSERYIDEASDIY Nursery Wall Decor by Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth -- #DIYBABYROOMDECOR #KRYLON #SPRAYPAINTPROJECT #NURSERYIDEASNursery Wall Decor by Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth -- #DIYBABYROOMDECOR #KRYLON #SPRAYPAINTPROJECT #NURSERYIDEAS

MY LATEST VIDEOS

Supplies

Craft wood squares, circles, and small rectangles

Krylon ColorMaster® Paint + Primer Satin Ballet Slipper

Krylon ColorMaster® Paint + Primer Satin Catalina Mist

Krylon Shimmer Metallic in Gold Shimmer

Painter’s tape

Small white nails or heavy-duty artwork adhesive

Abstract Shapes DIY Spray Paint Decor by Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth -- #DIYBABYROOMDECOR #KRYLON #SPRAYPAINTPROJECT #NURSERYIDEAS

How To DIY Nursery Wall Decor | Abstract Shapes Wall Art

1- Start by taping off random edges of your wooden shapes. We chose to match all of the shapes but you can mix and
match as well!

2- On a disposable surface, in a well-ventilated area, spray your shapes with the Krylon® Brand spray paint colors of your choice. Before you start be sure to read the label for safety and application instructions. We used 2 cans of spray paint. We chose to go with a more cohesive look and color all of the pieces for each shape in the same color. For this design I opted to paint the circles in Catalina Mist, the squares in Ballet Slipper and the rectangles in Gold Shimmer.

3- Allow all of the shapes to dry. Once the shapes are dry repeat with one more coat of spray paint. The painter’s tape should be removed when the paint is dry to the touch to avoid peeling or chipping. Once you carefully remove the painter’s tape, you allow the shapes to fully dry. From start to finish this entire project took us about 2 hours.

4- Once the pieces are fully dry,  you’re ready to create a wall pattern by attaching your color block shapes to the wall!

5- The most secure way to attach the pieces to the wall is by using small nails in a discrete color like white, but if you can only have temporary decor in your space, using something like heavy duty adhesive artwork tape will suffice as well, just be sure to keep the shapes out of baby’s reach regardless.

For instance, the styled crib you see here has about a foot of space between the edge of the crib and the wall to be sure that no little hands can create a dangerous scenario.

Optional: we decided it would be fun to do a color block storage accent on this crib, so we used painter’s tape to tape off half of the cabinet front and handles to spray paint a blue/white and all pink pop of color on to the base of the crib. I love the added colorful element, don’t you?! We used the Krylon ColorMaster® Paint + Primer Satin Ballet Slipper and Krylon ColorMaster® Paint + Primer Satin Catalina Mist to add a cohesive theme to the entire room. 

DIY Kids Wall Decor by Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth -- #DIYBABYROOMDECOR #KRYLON #SPRAYPAINTPROJECT #NURSERYIDEASAbstract DIY Spray Paint Wall Decor by Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth -- #DIYBABYROOMDECOR #KRYLON #SPRAYPAINTPROJECT #NURSERYIDEAS DIY Nursery Wall Decor by Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth -- #DIYBABYROOMDECOR #KRYLON #SPRAYPAINTPROJECT #NURSERYIDEAS Abstract Shapes Wall Decor by Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth -- #DIYBABYROOMDECOR #KRYLON #SPRAYPAINTPROJECT #NURSERYIDEAS Abstract Shapes DIY Decor by Houston lifestyle blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth -- #DIYBABYROOMDECOR #KRYLON #SPRAYPAINTPROJECT #NURSERYIDEAS

Thank you to Krylon® Brand for sponsoring this post! Sugar & Cloth donates 5% of all sponsored campaigns to charity, which you can read about right here!

Comments

  • Nana

    11.28.18

    I must say, you have the cutest baby model ever!!! (I may be a little partial though!)

  • Kathleen

    11.29.18

    The only thing cuter than this DIY is Gwen! :)

  • Joshua

    12.04.18

    Very cute bedroom decor for you baby. Love all the fun colors the tyou picked out!

  • Stephanie

    12.04.18

    I love the simplicity of the decor! It adds so much color to everything, and can be customized to match anything else. What a great idea!

  • Such a cute, simple idea! I love how you’ve pulled this off. Isn’t spray paint the BEST?

  • I love this…super simple, but a really lovely and effective idea. Like the colours you have used xx

  • I love this wall decor idea – it’s so simple yet looks absolutely fab in your nursery!

  • Neely

    12.05.18

    Such a cute and fun nursery decor idea! I love it! It reminds me of ice cream lol

  • Becca Wilson

    12.05.18

    This is some really awesome decor for a nursery that is so fun! I love that they are abstract and fun shapes and colors.

  • Ann F. Snook-Moreau

    12.05.18

    I love this DIY! It has a kind of cute 90s vibe. Sounds super easy to do, too!

  • Elizabeth O

    12.06.18

    I love the abstract design you put on the baby’s wall. The colors are so cheerful and uplifting.

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