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So excited to show you the big reveal of my living room art installation today! The colors seriously make me so happy.

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One of the best things about this type of installation (besides how affordable, easy, and quick it is to do) is that I can swap out the items highlighted on the shelves to completely change the look of the installation at any time.

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I even love the way the colorful shapes look empty…

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I am pretty thrilled about the whole thing. So much so, that I kind of want to put one of these painted shape/shelf thingies in every home I ever decorate. I could see a circle or a triangle in the kitchen as a spice rack, I could see a rectangle in a bathroom for little perfumes and things, I could see these in bedrooms, nurseries and obv–just like this one i a living room. Doing them in varied color palettes would also completely change the look of the installation. Imagine if I did all the shapes midnight blue??! Or what if they were all a high-gloss cream on white?! So many possibilities… so much fun!!

Could you picture a painted wall installation like this in your home? What color would you pick and where would you put it? Here are the Sherwin Williams paint colors I used:

GUSTO GOLD / JITTERBUG JADE / AGATE GREEN / FROLIC / RALLY GREEN / MESMERIZE/ OBSTINATE ORANGE

*This installation is being created in partnership with Sherwin Williams. Thank you for your continued support of the brands that I love, and that love me back. Also, all thoughts, experiences, photos, words, and kickassness are my own.

11 Responses to Bold and Bright Wall-art installation–Big reveal!
  1. Christin says:

    I love it! I especially love the dollhouse shelf! I could totally see that in a kids room! You could even paint the shape of a house on the lower portion of a wall, with little shelves painted the same color, and voila! Instant adorable (space-saving) dollhouse!

  2. Leslie-Anne says:

    That is a sweet and simple project that is very do-able. Thanks for the inspiration.

  3. Christie says:

    I absolutely love this look! I am thinking of doing something like this in my kitchen (boring beige rental). Some light blues and Portuguese roosters!

  4. vv says:

    these were a DELIGHT to see in person ^_^

  5. Camille says:

    I love it! I also love how the shapes aren’t completely perfect, brings in a bit of edge that I like. When I move to Cali, I’d love for you to do an installation in my home!

  6. dervla says:

    wow, so so pretty, Justina! Come do that in my place too :)))

  7. Deb says:

    So FUN!! Could do it with vintage scraps of wallpaper too!

  8. Justina! This is so unique and amazing. The colors are so cheery. And I love that you call your place the Jungalow.

  9. Jihane says:

    That’s a great idea!!! First time I see a thing like this, yet it looks so simple and fun to achieve.

  10. Anonymous says:

    you are amazing…This is the best of the best….simple, cheery, and so why did I not think of that before…I am with you, I am putting it in every room in every house….

  11. Lolo says:

    Gorgeous idea! Love it!

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