Patterned Paint Rollers

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My sweet friend, Sarah, sent me a picture of these amazing paint rollers yesterday, and I was so excited, I knew I had to write a post about them.  Plus I didn’t get the project I mentioned photographed. :)

The patterned rollers from UK-based “The Painted House”  (here’s another one of my recent UK discoveries) have my mind reeling of possibilities.  Fabric?  Wallpaper?  Wrapping Paper?  Faces of furniture?  Whoa!

Along with the patterned roller itself, you also need to purchase a fabric applicator or a wall/paper applicator.  If you want to see how it works, I highly recommend their YouTube videos.  Yes, I would do a bit of practicing before I started my project, but the result is beautiful, and you can’t beat the price (less than $80 for fabric and less than $50 for wall or paper applications) for that aged patterned look!

They don’t have many designs, but here are my top three favs:

Pattern No. 6

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Pattern No. 6

I love the whimsy of this one and think it would be adorable as an accent wall or nook, a layered look over a sisal or solid rug, or a ceiling in a kids room.

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Pattern No. 3

No. 3

I like the movement of this one, and it would be lovely in a variety of settings.

 

Pattern No. 1

No. 1

No. 1

The chinoiserie feel here is so spectacular and reminds me of the wallpaper in my dining room.

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What do you think?  Is this a project you think you would tackle?  Which pattern is your favorite?

P.S.  I also found this company that has lots of rollers.  In fact, they have The Painted House patterns, plus more.  I’m not sure how they are related, if at all, and though they charge more for their rollers ($59), they do have more patterns to offer.  My favorites are this one, this one, and this one.

**All images courtesy of The Painted House **

Written by Grace

4 Responses to “Patterned Paint Rollers”

  1. Lynnette Ross January 13, 2013 at 9:51 am #

    I’m loving these! I would totally use this in my laundry room

    • Grace January 13, 2013 at 1:11 pm #

      Lynnette! I LOVE these, too! I think the chinoiserie pattern would be AMAZING in a laundry room! I ordered a couple, and I’m going to try some projects with them. Keep your eye out for them on the blog. Thank you so much for reading!

  2. Janet April 30, 2013 at 9:51 am #

    I LOVE this – I like to have wallpaper; however, my tastes change too often and do not like having to remove wallpaper to make a change. This would solve that problem and is MUCH, MUCH easier! I love to paint!

    • Grace May 1, 2013 at 4:50 am #

      Janet, I have still yet to try this, but I love it, too! I’ll be sure to post about it when I do! Thanks for reading and commenting, G