Mid-century modern is such a gorgeous era and I love that it has been permeating the design scene recently. A couple years ago I made a starburst mirror episode of Decor It Yourself, and since then have seen countless takes on the trend. In this CRAFT video I follow up with another version of the piece, and make my own atomic age clock to add to the retro feel of my kitchen.
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The shade of blue was a vital part of the design, as I wanted to capture the aqua hue in my vintage cake box that so aptly represents a mid-century kitchen. The shade I used is Veranda by California Paints. I also wanted the dowels to really look like chrome, and the metallic spray paint worked wonders!
For the alternate version of a starburst wall hanging, I used the gold spray paint, and it added a lush sheen that really elevates the look of the piece. These pieces look next-level-amazing in a collection like this. A bold statement wall with graphic pieces like these create a strong focal point and anchor to a large space. Check out the complete step-by-step tutorial over on Make: Projects
About the Author:
Meg Allan Cole is an actress, design lover, and video producer who lives in Brooklyn, NY with her musician husband Will, rescue mutts Gracie & Milo, and bunny Linus Clyde. Meg blogs, has hosted home decor videos on Curbly, Etsy and created the show Decor It Yourself for Threadbanger. Check out the Meg Allan Cole Crafts YouTube page for all of her videos.