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Inspiration truly comes from everywhere. I’ve always loved this cute notebook my friend Andrea gave me last year at SNAP. So I decided to blow up that pretty little scene and duplicate it on my wall. With the help of some vinyl decals dots from Walls need Love, I was able to make my little day dream come true……..a DIY gold confetti wall.

DIY Gold Confetti Wall

Walls Need Love Decals

To start my project I ordered 144 (2 in) dots from WNL. I  was worried that the gold would be too shiny, but it has the perfect tint to it and doesn’t clash at all. They peel off like stickers so it’s super easy to apply! No transferring needed at all!

DIY Confetti Wall-2 copy

To start I laid out my notebook and tried my best to copy it onto the wall. To make a cascading affect I started with a cluster on top and then spaced them apart as they got closer to the bottom. Follow that rule and your really can’t go wrong:0)

DIY Confetti Wall-1 copy

Confetti Wall-1 copy


Tomorrow check out the details of my coral dresser with the brass pulls over on Infarrantly Creative! I will be contributing some of my DIY projects over there this year once a month! I’m so happy to be teaming up with Becki and her team!! I met her last year at SNAP and we immediately clicked:0) See you over there! 

I would love for you to check out my updated office! The confetti wall has really caught on! I bet you have seen it everywhere! I still have it up in my gold and coral office space here.

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  1. Hi, Destiny! This is my first visit here (hopped over from Infarrantly Creative today) and I just had to tell you how much I LOVE this dresser makeover…and those walls! Your site is beautiful and so inspiring!

  2. My friend and I want to do something similar in her daughter’s room. Thanks for the inspiration! LOVE LOVE LOVE the dresser. Beautiful color!

  3. hey! love your wall! just saw it on “i am momma”, just wondering how many stickers you needed? was thinking of stealing your style for my daughter’s room by punching circles from vinyl. how many 12×12 sheets do you think I’d need for a similar style wall?

    off to check out the rest of your cute blog now! glad i saw your shout out!

  4. Saw your dresser over at IC. I’ve had a can of BM’s Coral Gables for several months but haven’t used it yet. Love it on your dresser — just the right mix of pink and orange. Love those pulls, too. Creative choice! Your wall with the gold dots is neat also. Seems like a fun room to be in!

  5. I love this!! And I have that notebook! Ah! It’s my favorite. I have the two other ones that go with it – I want to use the color scheme and polka dots to make a jewlery dish. Seriously, they’re so pretty to look at, I almost don’t want to write in them.

  6. Destiny, I featured Infarrantly Creative in my Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop post tomorrow and the prettiest picture she had was of your coral dresser project. Included a link to your site, as well, with the credit. Would love it if you would stop by and add a link to the hop. It goes live tonight at 7:30 EST.

  7. I love this so much… Beautiful! I am also wondering what is the quote with the turquoise background in the frame? It caught my eye too! Thanks!

  8. Destiny!!! Love the coral dresser & the gold polka dots!!! You know how I love bright colors on dressers and desks! LOL 😉 I was thinking of what to do in my new little office I have… Wall stickers will be perfect with my bright teal desk! Now I have to browse for sticker designs that will work in my space. Thanks for the beautiful inspiration! Miss you! XOXO

  9. Destiny:
    You are a genius! I love coral and used it for my summer vintage glam wedding (Aug. 2012) featuring coral, gold, and ivory. I look forward to setting up our new home and using some of the great ideas you post on your blog. May you continually be blessed with creativity and family bliss!

    Happy blogging,

  10. Love this and am currently repainting a chest for my daughters room. Where can I get the gold/brass pulls with label holders!

  11. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this idea!! .. I am currently pregnant now.. If it happens to be a girl I just might have to use this idea to create a statement wall 🙂 Thanks!

  12. hi! i just found your blog through pinterest… i’ve been trying to figure out what to do with my {new} office and this was JUST WHAT I NEEDED for me to figure out once for all what to do 🙂 so excited!!!

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  15. I’m so in love with this, I decided immediatly to do it IN MY LIVING ROOM, the same way you did it with your TV ;). Bold, I know… this is probably in your bedroom. I’ve already ordered the gold dots (I found this post 20 min ago). How did you get your TV frame white? Thanks!!

  16. Hi! I absolutley love the wall AND the dresser and I am trying to replicate this for my soon to be born daughter’s nursery. May I ask what paint color you used for the walls?

  17. thanks to this post now i know what to do with my daughters nursery, she is 8 month old and her room is still painted grey and with boring white furniture, I knew i wanted to paint her dresser but I wasn’t sure what color…. I showed my husband the picture of the dresser and he is in love with the idea … we are doing big polka dots on the wall where her crib is.
    thank you for such a inspirational work : )

  18. These are very cool. WNL did a good job with these. They also look great in other colors too, for kids rooms and especially teens. We love purple!

    1. Uh oh! It should read WNL which is the company Walls Need Love!!! The store that I purchased them from!

  19. Hi Destiny,
    Greetings from a fellow blogger and lover of interior design. I just wanted to say I love your work and plan on reposting your image of these gold polka dot decals in your room. Your work is amazing and you are super talented! I hope you stop by and say hello!

    Thanks for the inspiration!

  20. Love love love it! Did you use oil or latex based paint? Also what finish? (Eggshell, semigloss,etc,?) I am on the hunt for a dresser now!

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