Wednesday, February 28, 2007

plastering

Here's a shot to show you what I've been doing for the past weeks. First of all, you tear off all the old wallpaper. This takes such a long time!! Some parts don't come out easily and you need to spray over to make it easier. I cannot attend every single day to do those DIY works as I'm already busy with my online shops and sewing works, so things are so slow. What I found out is plastered wall looks much more bright even without any lights coming in. I didn't choose brightest color, though. And it looks so "chic". I just love the texture!! Here in Japan, you can buy the real plaster in a can. It's already mixed up with water, so all you have to do is just apply on the wall right after you open the can! I hear to mix up the plaster and water by yourself is not so difficult but you need to have a great muscle to do it!! heheheh:D

9 comments:

madhatter said...

and you´ve got such a cute little helper! ;)

Stasia said...

Looks great, Kumi - thanks for the info. Hopefully I can get my house done soon... have a great day!

Oh, and the Eiffel Tower bag in the Altelier is adorable!

Gina said...

wow, you've been really working! That's cool about the plaster, interesting. And your little one, she has such a sweet face.

nico said...

oooh kumi love the plaster look. its true very modern , very chic hehe

*Kumi said...

Hi Katrina.
Hehehe, she enjoys helping me out!!
And she does help me a lot!

*Kumi said...

Hi Stasia.
So how's your DIY project going?
Already started?
Thanks for your comment on my Eiffel Tower bag!!
:D

*Kumi said...

Hi Gina.
Japanese traditional house always has plastered wall for hundreds years.
And it's healthy and eco-friendly, you know!

*Kumi said...

Hi Nico.
What a great surprise to see you around!
I love my plastered wall, too!
Thanks!

Morgan said...

Your new shop looks wonderful!

I was wondering if you could help me track down some decole? Would you e-mail me when you have a chance?

Morgan
USA
Morganautumnmoore@yahoo.com