DIY Painted Chevron Curtains and Orange Accents

I am so excited to reveal my bedroom to you all….this may be my favorite room of all!
When I first started looking around the internet for ideas on house decor, one thing that I was immediately drawn to was chevron stripes. There were so many different ways to use them, and they made such a bold statement. I was especially drawn to using the chevron pattern for curtains, and I found lots of awesome pictures of rooms that did so. Unfortunately, every chevron fabric that I liked was WAY out of my price range, but then I stumbled upon Kristen F Davis’s design blog. She has a tutorial on her blog that shows how to paint curtains with a chevron pattern, which is completely awesome! Here are how my DIY painted chevron curtains turned out:

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Our bedroom also has this interesting cut out on the wall that goes back a few inches where the bed goes. I knew I wanted this to be a bright, fun color so I chose my favorite color, turquoise. The wall and the curtains are actually the exact same color. The rest of the room is painted a darker gray, much more to my husband’s taste. I figure I got one wall, he got three lol.

Next, we decided to make a custom headboard using plywood, foam, and fabric from West Elm. We also bought a new gray and white striped (LOVE my stripes!) duvet cover from West Elm, which matched all of the pillows we had from our old duvet set.

I also decided I really wanted to make my accent wall pop with one of my other favorite colors, orange. We spray painted lamps that we already had orange. I also painted orange chevron stripes on a white tissue holder. I then found Etsy seller JModern and asked her to create some custom, modern artwork for me. I must say, she did a fabulous job, and her art turned out to be the fun, bold statement I so badly wanted!

Also, I’m such a dork, I found a dog bed for Zoey that nicely coordinated with everything!!

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I’m sure this is totally too bold and crazy for a lot of you readers, but I love it, and it is so me! Pattern mixing, bold, bright colors….what more could I ask for??

Have an awesome weekend everyone!!

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18 thoughts on “DIY Painted Chevron Curtains and Orange Accents

  1. Jennifer

    thanks so much for the mention in your blog! the artwork looks great in your room. 🙂 great color selection and I love what you did with your curtains!

    take care –

    Jenn @ JModern.

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  2. AubreyOhDang!

    OH I love it! if you’re gonna go bold, go BOLD! I like how the zig zag stripes match the tissue holder. I love the bench at the end. and I’ve always wanted a big long mirror like that. Is it from IKEA?

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  3. hurricanekerrie

    You’re right, this is so totally you– the colors, the patterns and the bold approach overall! Kudos. What an inspiring room to retire to at the end of a long day, huh?

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  4. Michelle

    Very nice color choices! I love the bedding!

    Have you ever shopping at ZGallerie? They have a lot of bold color choices. I would consider them modern with an ethnic twist.

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  5. Tara

    Thanks ladies!
    Michelle, there is no ZGallerie anywhere near me! I browse their website all the time though and love their furniture and decor…its just the kind of stuff you need to go to a store to see, I guess….too bad cause, I really love a lot of the furniture!
    Sara, the turquoise is Behr Mermaid Treasure and the gray is Benjamin Moore Hearthstone 🙂

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  6. Marcie

    I love your bedroom. I think it is amazing!!!! I too am a fan of bold colors but incorporating them seems to be very difficult for me. It’s like a love hate relationship.

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