NataLee’s Necessity: Paintable Quatrefoile Wallpaper

Okay. So I was in Lowe’s the other day shopping for carpet and walked through the Wallpaper section, which isn’t all that big and I had to do a double take when I saw this:

I had  mini-heart attack from excitement. A beautiful quatrefoil wallpaper for only $19.95… but wait there’s more (my infomercial for you)!

It is paintable! Second mini-heart attack.  As is it comes in an absolutely beautiful champagne color. But it’s not one dimensional… it’s textural: the main body is a light texture and the quatrefoil design is in a beautiful shimmer finish.

I tried it out in my favorite paint color line and color: Silver Sage from Restoration Hardware. This color you will see a lot of from me.

We are moving in the next couple of months, and I plan on using this in our new master bedroom, so unfortunately, you’ll have to wait to see how I use this product, but you can get it and use it now… just head down to your local Lowe’s and pick up a few rolls.  It’s Allen + Roth Spanish Tiles Wallpaper.  It’s an absolute NataLee Necessity!

Would love to see how you use it. Enjoy!


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4 thoughts on “NataLee’s Necessity: Paintable Quatrefoile Wallpaper

  1. Monica Benavidez says:

    I love this wallpaper too! I came upon your post when I was googling trying to find someone else who might have used it. Did you paint right over the whole pattern? I didn’t realize it was paintable, and now I am kicking myself for not having bought the 4 rolls I saw yesterday at Lowes.

  2. NataLee says:

    I love this wallpaper too… I am glad you came across my site too. I will be installing this wallpaper in the master bedroom of the new home we are closing on this week. So watch for pictures of the finished product within the next month. I didn’t paint the whole paper, but you could easily. I liked the pearly color of the design so I left that alone and just painted the textered portion (the main bulk of the wallpaper). I can’t wait to see this in my bedroom. It’s so elegant.

  3. J.Flo says:

    Ok, so, how did you paint all of that without painting the pearl design? I’ve literally been searching night and day for this, but I need it in a mocha. Suggestions?

  4. NataLee says:

    I actually didn’t end up painting the end product… because it worked with my decor. Unfortunately, if you do want to paint it and don’t want to ruin the pearl finish in the design, you will have to paint each individual tile pattern one by one. You may want to try a stencil… They have one at Hobby Lobby. It’s not as large, but you could paint a base coat and then buy a metallic paint to use for the stencil and get exactly what you want that way. Hope that helps!

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