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Decorate A Nursery With Stencils

Cutting Edge Stencils Shares Stenciled Nursery Ideas

Good morning, my stencil lovin’ mamas. Is it time to decorate the nursery already?  Decorating the nursery can be both a challenge and a joy all at the same time.  Each detail needs to be just right for your little bundle.  Well, Cutting Edge Stencils is here to help inspire you to decorate with stencils.  It’s easy fun and affordable.  Today, we’re going to share some stylish  stenciled nurseries that could be perfect for your precious princess!

Cutting Edge Stencils shares DIY stenciled nursery ideas. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/moroccan-stencil-design.html


Butterfly Bloom Stenciled Nursery

Meet Anu, the proud mama of a baby girl and blogger behind Kalai Ulagam.  When the expecting mama found out she was having a baby girl, she was beyond excited.  Her family and friends generously donated some of their favorite clothing and toys, that left Anu with a bigger decorating budget.  She painted the walls a lovely shade of green similar to Benjamin Moore’s sweet daphne 529.   The yellow- green delivers a reliable pop of refreshing color that is bold but not too bright.  To add interest to the walls, Anu decided to decorate an accent wall with a stencil.  She selected the Butterfly Bloom No. 2, a fun and feminine stencil pattern.  She used painters tape to hold the stencil in place while she painted the pattern with a dense foam roller in a color similar to Benjamin Moore’s simply white OC-117.  Anu had this to say about her butterfly stencil, “this is my favorite in the whole room :)” Awe, so sweet.  Once the stencil was complete, she purchased her furniture from Pottery Barn Kids and a rug from Ikea.  Here is her adorable nursery!

A green stenciled nursery idea using the Butterfly Bloom stencl. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/Butterfly-stencils-for-nursery.html

Moroccan Dream Stenciled Nursery

Next up, we want you to meet Mary, the proud mama of a baby girl and photographer behind Birchtree Photography. Mary was thrilled to be expecting a baby girl but when it came time to plan the nursery she said, “I knew I didn’t want a “pink, girly” nursery–even though we are expecting a girl.”  Mary agonized over her color choice until one day she found inspiration in her favorite horse painting.  She knew she wanted to hang the pretty painting in the space and it helped her land on a purple and pale green color scheme. Mary painted the walls a color similar to Benjamin Moore’s lily lavender 2070-61. Then she wanted to break up the purple in the room and decided a stencil was the perfect way to accomplish her goal.  She chose the Moroccan Dream Allover Stencil, one of our most popular Moroccan patterns.  She painted the pattern in a color similar to Benjamin Moore’s sea foam 2123-60, To complete the space she added delicate white accessories.

A purple and green stenciled nursery using the Moroccan Dream stencil pattern. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/moroccan-stencil-design.html


Tell us, what do you think of these stenciled nursery ideas? Leave us a comment below, we’d love to read your thoughts!

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Thanks for reading, and happy stenciling!
Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew


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