Sort of. There is some prep work that needs to be done, which is why I hadn't tackled it before. But other than having to commit a few naptimes and evenings to it, it wasn't bad, and gave the hallway so much attitude, I'd do it again in a minute...What I was really hoping for was to lighten/brighten the color so that I would be ok with the dark color that I was itching to re-paint. It didn't work, and soon after, I repainted over the green ... which meant repainting the ENTIRE house. Weird how that happens.
There are a lot of how to's all over blogland. I did the basic level, with 12-ish inches planned for the stripes, and some frog tape. I used paint the same color as the wall to seal the edges and I was on my way. LOVE me some stripes, and I don't have to worry that they make it look wider...that was the goal.
Green: Churchill Hotel Olive (Valspar?)
White: French Linen (Benjamin Moore)
Both mixed at Walmart. Because I'm cheap like that.
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