Once upon a time, there lived a girl. She rarely ate her veggies but loved lettuce for some reason. At lunch, she hurried with eating her food so she could move on to the sweets as soon as possible. It was as if the sweets would magically disappear when the clock struck twelve. She wouldn’t settle down until she satisfied her sweet tooth. The girl loved desserts so much she wrote an article about it. That girl is me.

Expect some cringy fairytale stuff and candy-coated words as I wrote this under the influence of my favorite stimulant—sugar. No worries though, I assure you that you’ll get some expert painting tips as you go through it.

Treat Yourself with These Delightful Painting Ideas Based on Our Favorite Desserts

This isn’t another Cinderella story. There won’t be a fairy godmother to magically transform your walls with just a magic spell. So pick up your brush and move it. But first, get inspired by these painting ideas and pick one that appeals to you the most.

Melt With You

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There’s always room for dessert, I always say. Especially when you work hard to achieve your bedroom goals, it is of utmost importance to revel in something cold and sweet as a reward. I don’t mean Olaf. Refresh your walls and your body with the colors of chocolate ice cream for that good night’s sleep. The color brown, as we have said in a previous post, is friendly and sincere and gives off a natural vibe in a space. Its warmness prepares you for a sweeter hibernation with your one true love: your bed.

Pie-nally Found You

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Personally, I don’t consider pies as dessert. But apparently, some people do. (By some people, I mean a friend sitting across me at the office.) Also, I should admit that it makes a gripping pun. When you pie-nally find someone—I mean when you finally decide to repaint your ancient walls, consider having the luscious colors of pies in it. Look at the neutral brown and sultry blueberries… Don’t these colors make a great reading nook for you to keep all your books? It might not be as big as Beast’s but I’m sure Belle would approve.

For other enlightening painting ideas for reading spaces, read this.

Donut Break My Heart

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Don’t be afraid to cover your walls with the vibrant colors of doughnut sprinkles. Move away from the neutral, minimalist trend, and be brave like Merida. (Of course, I need to insert my curly girl, Merida, somewhere in this post.) Just make sure to read up on our painting tips before coating your walls with something vibrant and colorful.

If this is your first time to DIY, donut lose heart. We can help you. Know everything that could go wrong with your DIY project and learn how to avoid them by clicking the link.

Everything Will Be O-cake

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Hush now, princess. It’s time to let go of things you can’t control and focus on the ones you can. Like the color of your walls. Stop sulking over the happy-never-afters and pick up your tiara. And your paintbrush. Cheer yourself up by painting your walls with the bright and gleeful colors of birthday cakes. Let’s celebrate and believe that everything will be o-cake. Because trust me, eventually they do.

Author’s note: It’s my birth month so I just had to include birthday cakes.

After you finish with your DIY project, don’t forget to clean up. Of course, we have tips for you here. Click the link for a step-by-step guide and make sure you don’t leave anything behind. Not a dirty rag and especially not a glass slipper.

For other colorful stories and painting ideas to inspire you as you actively wait for the one who will climb the doorless tower for you, subscribe to our blog. Everyone, I wish you find and relish your own happy ever afters!

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Jess is a copywriter who brushes up on her paint knowledge daily. Together with Boysen professionals, she makes the technical stuff easier to digest. When she’s not writing, she searches the internet for the latest dessert bar.

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