How to Draw a library to Decorate a Wall ?

To decorate the room in the home where you do your work and creations, a good idea is to draw a kind of library, which will make you feel in one of them and inspire you in your daily work

Draw a library to Decorate a Wall

Draw a false library
Many times we have spoken to exploit every available space in the home, to create spaces sewing, work and work. Well today we will see a pretty original idea to decorate the workplace, either one hidden, recessed or open. The paintings use technique today, but you can also perform cartapesta technique .

To decorate the workspace, draw a false wall library. So, we will paint books elderly aspects in natural colors and muted somewhat, giving a unique feeling of being in the presence of a library with hundreds of years of history.
Ideas to decorate with a fake library
You can be inspired by images you find on the Internet, and also create a more playful design. With this we mean that the paint does not need to specifically be a true copy of a photograph, but you can give thickened strokes, almost cartoonish, to give more freedom to the final aspect of this curious decoration.

A good idea is to draw books and title them according to your favorite works. Simply paint the backs of the books, giving different colors and different heights and thicknesses. Then with paint or markers, you can write the titles of your favorite works or place them imaginary titles, as if you were the author of such creations. This is very inspiring!

We said that the other technique was to cartapesta. Well, you can crop images of books, newspapers and magazines, and even print on your computer. Also, another idea is to cut paper of different colors and textures in the form of books, leading with markers or paints the details that make this simple paper cut on the spine of a book.

If you have the good fortune to find in the market tissue paper napkins, wrapping paper or some kind of paper to print a library, you will save a big step.

Prepare the wall cleaning and sanding the surface to remove any dirt and marks. Then apply a layer of glue for wallpaper or wall paper or a thin layer of wood glue, glue may even serve to school, as the wall material to cover. Place the cuttings in place, and brush the top with more glue. This will adhere the paper, and also give a protective cover. Remember just cuts overlap, to allow binding partner.

You can also paint the wall of black before gluing papers to disguise any difference in the cuts, like a shadow.