Elaborate, hand painted gold and grey livingroom

Gold flowers and deer with antlers painted on a grey wall
Photograph of painted livingroom by Ava Roth

Hand painted livingroom walls by Ava Roth.

Ava Roth, who runs a custom cake business,  hand painted her livingroom with gold paint to mimic the look of wallpaper. The pattern doesn’t repeat and the work took a year to complete.

The initial inspiration for the painting itself came from looking at the designer Tord Boontje’s beautiful work. … I looked at images of forest foliage and animals on the internet when I needed fresh ideas of what to paint.

The first step was painting the walls dark grey (Benjamin Moore “Cinder” AF-705). I chose this color because I knew I wanted to paint in gold and thought that a sharp contrast between the wall color and the gold would appear very chaotic.  The gold paint is from Sheffield Bronze Paint Corp., and is a water-based paint called “Supertone Golden Touch.” — Ava Roth

Read the rest of the artist’s description of the process on the original post at DesignSponge.

Photographs by Brenda Liu.

Gold flowers and deer with antlers painted on a grey wall

A deer’s antlers and hoofs merge with flowers.

Livingroom wide view of painted walls.

View of the large livingroom with wood floor and trim that matches the golden detail of the painted walls. .

Grey wall hand painted with metallic flowers and wolf by Ava Roth.

A wolf howles next to the white fireplace mantle, the tail merging with the foliage.

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