I have this awkward slanted wall in my kitchen and it needed "something". Because of the crazy angle, I could not hang a picture or sign there and a "quote" would have been difficult to read.
So as I was in JoAnn Fabrics, I saw this amazing black and white scrapbooking paper. My wheels started turning as to where in my kitchen I could use it. I came up with a very simple, yet perfect idea.
By the time I purchased some flat trim molding and the paper, it cost me a whopping $15! I absolute love it. I finished it in about 2 hours. I used the quick and easy and spray painted the molding on a drop cloth on my deck. I used two way scotch tape to adhere the paper to the wall.
I cut the scrapbooking paper into 4" sheets so I was able to get 3 linear feet per sheet. Then I simply drew my lines with magic marker and stuck the sheets to the wall. After that, I nailed on the trim and mitred the corners.
This was taken right after I finally finished painting and right before adding the cornice over the patio doors.