Quite a while ago I had taken down from the wall above my bed the framed print I used to have there, and any other wall decoration there. I had bought three panels of wood, and mounted them on the wall, painting in a lovely light purple shade. My idea was to have some kind of silhouette design in white, but I couldn't decide exactly what that was going to be. Abstract curls? Trees? Geometric shapes? I had no clue. SO the panels hung on my wall for a while, looking very purple and sad.
Then I spotted this post http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=289329.0 from caroline_dw and it was love at first sight. I adored the flow of the movement... and how unfussy it looked.
SO here's what I did:
the sketch on the purple panel
halfway through the first coat of white
the final effect
(I am also proud of the bookshelves under it - I put them up myself and it was my first time drilling holes in my wall - I was kind of afraid of them toppling over me in my sleep, but they're holding up well! the end are not perfectly matching but I'm going to fix that, I was just too happy with the panels to fix that before taking the pics)
the third photo gives the best idea of the color - and I'll have to keep them in mind when I'll get painting my walls possibly very soon (the living room is first on my plan, but so far I'm planning the color changes in photoshop...)