Everybody's crazy about washi tape, and for a good reason. These little rolls of Japanese decorative tape can be used for so many projects; but did you know you could also use washi tape to pimp up your walls? Like, say, you're in a rental and can't or don't want to paint your walls... Washi tape them!
Here are some brilliant examples of washi tape use on walls... Genius, right?





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21 Comments:

  1. Thank you for the tip, definitely a good one!

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  2. Oh, I love this. Great way to add some interest on the walls.

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  3. Washi tape is incredible :) I just reblogged an idea for using it to decorate bamboo cutlery. So cute!

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  4. belle sélection !!! Tu avais vu le stand de masking tape à Maison & objet ? c'était incroyable tous ces modèles.. belle fin de semaine ma belle !

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  5. Très chic - I adore it.
    Happy weekend to you,
    Axx

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  6. Great idea!
    I love the yellow lines in the first picture and the tape frames in the last one. Thanks for the inspiration!

    Anne

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  7. Great idea! Really easy for a DIY!

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  8. It´s a great idea!! where do you get the tape?? MUNI

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  9. I get mine at cutetape.com, but you can also get some on Etsy. Happy crafting!

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  10. j'ai recouvert la "moulure" d'une porte avec du masking tape rose fluo, ça rend super !

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  11. That does look so fun & whimsical as well! I have this lined to my washi tape post too today, for inspiration!

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  12. I was just wondering if it marks the walls or rips off any paint when it comes off? thanks

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    1. Hey! No, washi tape does not damage your walls in any way, but make sure the wall paint is not too fresh - i.e less than 15 days old. Other than this, you're good to go!

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