Wednesday’s Wink … { oh so pretty flower decals - install day! }

Today’s post shows lovely lotus design decals that we installed for a couple’s bedroom closet doors. I sourced the decals for them, they feel in love with the serene design + color,  and hired us to install the decals. Of course, I am happy to do installations for my NYC clients … and Hawaii, and anyplace near the beach! Ready for pics?

First I attached the decals with tape until I got the scattered look that I was aiming for:  

Here’s a better view below. See the ladder in the photo? It became my BFF for this project to reach the TOP of the closet door: 

Thank goodness Evelisa was there, she tackled 1 door and I tackled the other to make the installation go faster: 

Process: trim, press, remove … ahhhhh dots still on the transfer paper (see pics below) …. we had to gently remove the dots from the transfer paper ONE BY ONE BY ONE by zzzzzz ONE … and apply manually onto the door:

Pretty decals (hmmm, decorator doesn’t look too bad either huh! I wish I had a make-up crew with me in photoshoots!!) Thankfully, I didn’t fall off the ladder:

Here’s the reveal …….

My clients’ bedroom has a space where they do yoga so it was important to find a decal design that gave a relaxing visual elegance. Mission accomplished. I hope YOU love it too!

Remember, decals are not just for walls - they can also beautify closet doors! I have one (a large pink …yeeeees, pink! … grandfather clock) in my office which I LOOOOOVE! How about you, have you used decals too?

(photo credits: Ada’s Interior Design) Every comment is read, appreciated, and loved. To leave a comment please scroll down!

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11 Responses to Wednesday’s Wink … { oh so pretty flower decals - install day! }

  1. rooth says:

    Those look great - you guys did such a good job

  2. Hi, Ada

    Thank you for stopping by my blog today.

    Love the decals on the doors. It’s a great idea if you don’t want to use wallpaper. And it’s so much easier to apply. The flower decals actually reminded me of an osborne and little fabric that I used once for a girls room.


  3. What a great result!! And it looks so fun to do. I have a serious case of job and creativity envy! Happy midsummer!

    • Ada says:

      Hi Niki … decal installs are a WORK-OUT .. stretch up and down .. sideways!!! :) Hence clients hiring me to do it .. meticulous work that does take a bit of patience, but once complete it a WOW and oooh sooo worth it in seeing my clients smiles!!!!

  4. Nina says:

    Ada, it looks great! Wall decals are such a great way to change the look of a room or in this case doors…You don’t need a make-up crew, you look great in the all the photos!

    • Ada says:

      Aww Nina what a sweet comment about not needing a makeup crew :) Glad u like the door TRANSFORMATION!!! So magical how a simple (and economical) decorative item can have such a HUGE visual impact!

  5. Very pretty Ada. I’ve got to try that since my closet doors are smooth. I think you need to stop being so hard on yourself about the way you look in pics. I think you always look cute and professional even if your hair is not perfect. :)

    • Ada says:

      Hi Lisa, glad u find the design pretty!! And as for me being “hard on myself about the way I look” … do you realize that I didn’t mention anything about my hair not being perfect, BUT YOU just did (LOL hahahah!). What I meant is, wouldn’t it be conveniently GREAT to have a make-up crew with you (powder up!!!), or chauffeur driving us to places. I WOULD!!!! :)

  6. Myra says:

    The lotus design decals customized the closet doors and make them look awesome! Great job!

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