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Love, Lace, and Stencils: Create the Perfect Nursery

Stenciling an Accent Wall in a Nursery Using the Moroccan Dream Stencils Creates a Lovely Space

Happy Monday, my stencil lovin’ DIY mommies! We are just gushing with excitement like a kid in a candy shop here at Cutting Edge Stencils! Why?  Because today we have the sweetest little girl’s nursery to share with you! It might even be so sweet that you might get a toothache just looking at it! OUCH!

Meet Jill, a super crafty mama and the blogger responsible for Mommy Vignettes, and her newly revealed Moroccan Dream Stenciled nursery!  I told you it was SWEET!  Please don’t bill us for those dental expenses.  I’m sure you are going to agree with us that this nursery is simply stunning!

Sweetest Moroccan Dream stenciled gray and pink nursery design! http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/moroccan-stencils.html

On her blog, Jill walks her readers through her little girl’s nursery transformation. This is what she was working with in the beginning. It was your basic beige room.  Of course, it’s not hideous but it lacked color, pattern, and newborn fun.  So Jill decided to give it a complete overhaul.  Jill’s goal was to keep the room a neutral color but to add in soft feminine accents.  Working with a blank canvas can be fun and exciting!

A little girls room before the stencil process.

And WAH-LA, what a difference the stencil makes on her nursery accent wall! As Jill mentions on her blog, “We wanted to keep the wall neutral, but I wanted it to feel girly too but not in a way that we couldn’t change it down the road if we wanted to.”  A stencil is the perfect option then!  Unlike wallpaper, they can easily change the stenciled accent wall by painting over it in the future.  Although, it’s so gorgeous, it’s hard to believe they’ll ever be tired of it!

Gorgeous Moroccan Dream stenciled gray and pink nursery design! http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/moroccan-stencils.html

To get this look consider using Benjamin Moore’s revere pewter HC-172 and simply white OC-117.  This classic combination of hues is perfect for a baby’s bedroom!  Then add the perfect pop of color with soft feminine accent colors like pastel pink and soft yellow.  The results are absolutely gorgeous! And I’m sure Jill is probably feeling like a superstar mommy with her stencil accomplishment!  She says, “I am so proud of this room. I love that we did it ourselves.”

Get this Look: Nursery Decor

Do you love Jill’s nursery? Of course you do!  If you’re expecting your own little bundle of sweetness and have fallen head of heels for Jill’s nursery look; you don’t have to stop at the Moroccan Dream Stencil.  Jill gives the complete list of sources on her blog but here are a few of our favorites:

Get this Moroccan Dream stenciled gray and pink nursery design with these items! http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/moroccan-stencils.html

1. Ikea Kristaller Chandelier |  2. Ikea Lace Sheer Curtains- Alvine Spets  | 3. Book Shelves- Ikea Bekvam Spice Rack | 4. Teal Clock-Tai Pan Trading; Figurines- Willow Tree5. White Bow Holder-Ikea Skurar Plant Pot | 6. Alphabet Poster Printables | And lets not forget to complete this look with our Moroccan Dream Stencil!

Are you as in love with this lovely little girl’s nursery as we are?  Leave us your thoughts in the comments below!

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

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  • Alicat

    Kind of disappointed in the blog this week kind of repetitive…maybe don’t use same pictures over and over again! I’d rather see more explanation on how it was done. Beautiful nursery though if I have a girl I might just steal the room ideas!

  • CESteam

    Hi Alicat, Sorry you were disappointed today. Unfortunately this particular blogger wasn’t able to take any in progress stenciling shots. She did put together a great room and we were happy to feature it! Thanks for the feedback! -Michelle

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