Introduction: DIY Confetti Washi Tape Wall

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When I started brainstorming décor ideas for the closet in our nursery, I had a design dilemma. I wanted to give it a colorful makeover, but latex paint was out – those fumes rub this pregnant lady the wrong way. And my husband can paint a regular wall with the best of ’em, but I didn’t want to make him paint a mural or stripes or some other elaborate wall treatment So I decided to try a confetti washi tape wall! We’ve been affectionately calling it the “closet confetti.”

This is something that anybody can do, and it doesn’t necessarily have to be in a closet or even in a nursery. It would look great as an accent wall in the living room, or as a photo backdrop at an event.


Step 1: Let's Get Started

Begin by wiping the wall clean with a damp rag to remove any dust or oil that might prevent the tape from sticking to the wall. If there are any scuffs on the wall, I found that a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser worked really well for this.

Next, cut a handful of strips of tape in each color that you’re planning to use. My strips were all about three inches long, give or take. I didn’t measure each one, I just eyeballed it.

Step 2: Attach the Tape to the Wall

There’s no science to this, I just started taping the strips about 4-6 inches from each other in random directions. I did find that 5 colors worked well because it was rare that the same color had to end up next to itself. So I would recommend using at least 5 colors. Continue working outward until you’ve covered your entire wall.

Step 3: And You're Finished!

So cute, right?! It’s such a great way to transform a boring old white wall into something whimsical and fun without spending a ton or time or money. It's also an amazing solution for renters because the tape can easily be removed when you move out.

For additional tips, tricks and information (plus more photos), head over to the original post on my DIY home decor blog Design Fixation.