15 Amazing DIY Sharpie Walls
Woodland Accents // The Quietest Noise
This sharpie feature is confined to the area around the doorway, so it doesn’t overpower the small nursery. In a charming blue color, it’s the perfect way to brighten up a baby’s room.
Ikea Fabric Inspired Flowers and Birds // Owen’s Olivia
Instead of covering the wall with fabric, you can use an overhead projector and the pattern on the fabric to trace and create a customized look.
Giant Floral // Cheryl Heap
A giant floral mural may not be for everyone, but this is one way to embrace a bold statement and make a huge impact.
Gold Flowers on Black // All The Trees of the Field
Try gold flowers on a black background for a glamorous twist.
Permanent Frames // Art Wall
Filling an entire wall with sharpie frames is whimsical and fun, plus makes a great spot to hang artwork – especially from the kids!
Gold Herringbone // 4 Men 1 Lady
A herringbone pattern is classic and timeless.
Gold Diagonals // Cuckoo 4 Design
Diagonal stripes that meet at the corner of a small room give a nice punch to the space.
Gold Arrows // DIY Show Off
These arrows are a subtle nod to the boho/tribal trend without being over the top.
Sharpie Shiplap // Clover Lane Blog
Want shiplap but can’t bear the though of nailing boards all over your walls? Sharpie!
Gold Diamonds // Vintage Revivals
These gold diamonds add a 3-D detail that makes them pop like crazy. They’re cool and effortless.
Lines and Diamonds // The Bold Abode
Lines and diamonds combine for this clean and simple geometric pattern.
Gold Scallops // Classy Clutter
Scallops are a softer alternative to crisp angles and lines.
Overlapping Circles // All Things With Purpose
Overlapping circles can create a striking pattern. Using a light sharpie on darker walls is a great twist on the sharpie trend.
Bold Angles and Stripes // Two Thirty Five Designs
The bold angles and stripes are done in mostly black with just a bit of silver and gold thrown in. The result is amazingly bold and perfect for a teen or tweens room.
Bold Geometric // A Beautiful Mess
Using a template made out of cardboard, you can create a bold geometric, repeating pattern like this one – which is a little southwest in feel and oh so perfect.