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I love the look of Chinoiserie wall paper and have always wanted to have a dining room with walls covered in a beautiful nature-inspired pattern with a metallic background (such as the one below).
Unfortunately, these wallpapers are incredibly expensive, and my house doesn’t have a formal dining area so if I wanted the luxurious feel of Chinoiserie without the cost, I was going to have to come up with another solution. Enter paint, glaze, a stencil, some time, and the following instructions on how to paint a Chinoiserie wall.
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