With quarantine in full effect, keeping ourselves busy has never been more important.
One woman has taken keeping busy to a new extreme.
Keep scrolling to see what shes done to her walls...
Now more than ever it's important to keep busy.
via: ShutterstockFind something to do.
Some people have taken up knitting.
via: ShutterstockWhilst others are practicing cooking.
Some have taken on the challenge of decorating a room in their house.
via: ShutterstockBecause with all this spare time, why not?
But there's one woman who has taken it even further.
via: ShutterstockAs she painted her entire house.
It's not the usual kind of wall painting though.
via: ShutterstockWhite paint and an old roller.
Oh no, this woman is an artist who used her walls as a canvas.
via: ShutterstockTransforming her house from plain and boring, to beautifully unique.
Nathalie Lété is a french artist who has a unique coping mechanism for quarantine.
via: InstagramTransforming her country house into a botanical garden.
Nathalie bought her house just three years ago.
via: InstagramSpeaking to BoredPanda she said: "It’s an hour away from Paris, in a little village next to the Loing river and the forest of Fontainebleau."
Nathalie wanted to use the house, painted white inside, like a blank canvas.
via: InstagramWhich is just what she did, covering it in floral patterns.
She said: "The first year we lived in a totally white house,
via: Instagram“I then started painting all of the details whenever I had the time. Now, due to the confinement, I’ve had two full months to focus on painting the walls."