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Zig-Zags A.k.a Chevrons on Walls

By Vsudarsan
Chevrons, also known as Zig-Zags, are inverted "V" shaped patterns.  I believe the first chevron patterns were found in pottery thousands of years ago. Here are a few examples -- a salt cellar, water jug and a bowl crafted around 1800 BC. I'm not sure where these are from, but these patterns were found all over the world around this time period.
Chevron Ancient Pottery Zig-zags are a bold design element. I bet you have seen them on walls, rugs, curtains, furniture, accessories, etc., They can totally transform a room and become a focal point instantaneously. This pattern is full of life and there are a million ways to create zig-zags.
In this page, I want share this pattern on walls. There are tons of DIY's on how to create this effect, here's one that steps thru the process with pictures: http://www.remodelaholic.com/2012/04/painted-chevron-striped-wall-with-detailed-tutorial/ Would you create this visual effect? Do you like these rooms? I love them! Look forward to hearing from you! Zig-Zags on Wallsvia: idk (I don't know) Zig-Zags on Wallsvia: Benjamin MooreChevrons on Wallsvia: apartmenttherapyChevron StencilsZig-Zag Stencilsvia: above two via etsyZig-Zags wall paintvia: lamourcheznous.wordpress.com
Zig-Zags a.k.a Chevrons on Walls via: designspongePink Wall Zig-Zagsvia: Lowes

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