Slide 1: Decoupage Walls


Go big with this large-scale project—a decoupaged wall! If things aren't completely smooth, you’ll have a little leeway. Beware: The removal process can be more intense than it is for removing wallpaper, so you’ll want to make sure you’re committed to the look.

7 Classic Decoupage Projects for the Home

When something in your home is in need of a little pick-me-up, you can’t go wrong with decoupage. The process is relatively easy—though a little messy—and nearly mistake-proof. Layered paper images, from magazine cutouts to newspapers to colored kraft paper, are glued on to the object and covered with a layer of varnish. If you aren’t happy with your results at first, just add another cutout until you achieve the desired effect. We found decoupage projects that transform everything from floors to flowerpots. So now the question is, what can’t you decoupage?

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