So many people want to know how I store my DecoArt Paints (their 2 fl. oz bottles fit). I shared HERE in May 2014 and thought I would up-date this in my Studio Remodel.
I used t-grid metal 4′ strip for an acoustic drop down ceiling that you see in most commercial uses. I purchased the 4′ strips at Home Depot/Lowe’s for about $2.50-$3.00 for a 4′ section and installed them into the studs with screws approximately 5″ between the shelves. There is a natural lip on them to keep your items secure.
Here is the installation in my New Studio. A HUGE Thank You to Mary who helped me get those up!! I have yet to fill all the shelves but want you to get an idea. I spray painted all mine white. Thanks to my daughter for putting all the paints up (she knows her Mom’s OCD all too well and did a great job!)….
Chicks with power tools got it going on!
I shared a video here on Facebook for your enjoyment….
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Thursday night update LIVE from the Studio Remodel sharing my DecoArt Inc. Wall of paint construction. More details to follow…until then enjoy this update!
Stepping onto a brand new path is difficult, but not more difficult than remaining stuck in a situation which is no longer exists, or never did.”
9 thoughts on “DecoArt Wall ‘Oh Paint – Studio Remodel 2015”
very ingenious way to display your paints. It is coming along well.
Thanks Annie….getting there!
These pictures just make me smile. It just wouldn’t seem right to me not to see the Tracy signature WallOPaint. I remember when I first started watching you – I was so impressed that you just went over to your wall and chose colors. So I’m happy seeing all these neat picture of your “team” working on it!! PERFECT! j.
Thanks Joi! I cannot wait until we are back in September!
Oh my goodness thank you for the info. I just took down a drop ceiling in my kitchen and have so much of the T-grid.. I know what I will be doing the nest few days.. Love your new studio!!
Awesome! glad you can put it to use!
I need more paint so I can build a wall
That is fabulous and I now have paint envy! Looking forward to seeing more Karen
Hey! Tracy! It’s looking real good. Love that paint rack. Looks like you’ll have plenty of space to fill.
I’ve just finished my wife’s scrappin’ station – it still means I have to work in the conservatory, though.