Monday, December 24, 2012

DIY Chevron Stairs!

I wanted to check in and show you an amazing project my mom recently completed. This is one of those projects that I wish I could take credit for, but unfortunately, they are not my stairs. My mom painted these chevron stripes on the stairs, herself! I love the way they came out. It really stops you in your tracks the moment you walk in the front door.



Isn't this project incredible?!? Chevron is no longer just for pillows and drapery! I also love this last image, which shows a glimpse into her wall stripes. I keep telling her she needs to start a blog and document these projects! I love that she painted every other stair. I think it's the perfect amount of pattern. I also love that the alternating stairs are painted a soft gray, so there is not too much contrast. To follow the same step by step instructions she did, visit HERE.

10 comments:

Interior Design Musings said...

totally fabulous!!! Makes me wish we had an upstairs! Merry Christmas to you Amber!

Mary Ann at classic•casual•home said...

Bravo to your mom...awesome.
Merry Christmas!

Kat said...

What a fun project! Love it! Merry Christmas, Amber!

McKae @ Kaes Corner Design said...

They look awesome!

My Garden Diaries said...

Those are outstanding!!! Your mom is super talented! Like mother like daughter.... Merry Christmas!!

pam {simple details} said...

Love her fabulous project! Thanks for sharing it, Amber ~ hope your Christmas was the best!

mishebe said...

very cool:)

Craftivity Designs said...

I shared this Stair Makeover on our blog yesterday! I just added numbers to my stair risers and found your creative stair upgrade when I was looking for ideas. The chevron is great :)
- Lora

jelly andrews said...

Oh my! I love how it turned out. Your stairs look so great. And by seeing your stairs, it made me wish that our stairs could have the same look too.

Treads-N-More.com

dom jenkinson said...

awesome the upstairs.

Jasa seo

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