DIY wall decorator and kitchen designer Lisa Sacks is one of the leading advocates for DIY kitchen decorators and designers, and she shares the secrets behind the great DIY projects.
In this exclusive interview with Vice News, she shares her top tips for finding the perfect DIY kitchen wall decorating idea, and what you can do to get the most out of your DIY kitchen.1.
Use the right template.
Lisa recommends that you pick a template that is easy to follow and that you can easily apply to your existing decor.
If you are not familiar with a template, check out the “How to Create Your Own DIY Template” post on The Design Shop.
The first thing you need to do is to create a file in Photoshop and import that into the app.
For this tutorial, I used a template from Pinterest.2.
Pick a style.
This is the most important part.
Lisa advises you to pick a style that is similar to your decor that you are going to decorate.
This will give you a good feel for what you will need for the project.
The same goes for the wall that you will decorate, but you need a template for it.3.
Select a template.
To create the wall, you will want to select a template you have already created.
I have selected the wall templates I have used for my home decor.
You can also create a template to use for any wall you are decorating.4.
Add a wall piece.
Lisa suggests that you add a wall section that will hold the wall together.
She also recommends that when you create the template, you should put in the dimensions of the wall.5.
Design your template.
For the template she recommended, I chose to add an extra foot to the front of the template.
This adds about 1 inch to the size of the finished wall.
I used the same template for the front and back sections of the front wall as well.6.
Select your wall piece and paint.
The wall section will need to be painted to match the wall template.
Once the wall is painted, you can move on to the next step.7.
Paint the wall section.
This process is important for the two sections that will be painted.
For each section, you need one piece of wood to create the edge.
If the wall has a different finish than the template you used for the template’s wall section, Lisa suggests painting the entire wall.8.
Paint and paint again.
Once you are happy with the wall color and paint, you move on.
The next step is to paint the rest of the walls surface.
For my wall, I went with a medium-dark green.
I painted the edges and side walls of the edges.
I went from green to orange to light blue.
You should paint all the walls in this step, but do not forget to paint at least one of each color in the sides.9.
This step is also important for creating the final wall.
To paint, Lisa recommends painting the back section with a lighter green.
She recommends using a paintbrush for this step.
The back is very important, as it will help create a solid surface for the finished painting.10.
Finally, Lisa suggested painting the rest to finish off the wall in the desired color.
Here I went dark green.
This completes the entire project.