Cutting Edge Stencils Shares Stenciled Powder Room Ideas
Happy Tuesday, my DIY friends. Cutting Edge Stencils has been thinking about a tiny space that often gets overlooked in the decorating process. Any guesses? If you said the powder room then you are correct! Whether you choose to call it a half bath, guest bath, or powder room, this space needs to pack a lot of style in its little space. We read in Better Homes and Gardens that you should “take advantage of a powder room’s small size to make a bold design statement.” We totally agree and firmly believe that despite the size of the space, you should never skimp on style. So today we’ve gathered up the perfect stenciled inspiration to help perk up your powder room.
We’d like you to meet Liz, the self-proclaimed serial homemaker and decorating enthusiast behind the blog Designing Domesticity. Liz decided it was time to give her half bath a makeover. She always thought she wanted bold wallpaper to make a statement in the space. After careful consideration, she decided they were “expensive and not for the commitment-phobic.” Liz was not about to abandon her powder room decorating plans, instead she chose to stencil the space using our Iron Gate Allover stencil pattern. First, she painted her wall a color similar to Benjamin Moore’s tumeric 2160-20 and then she stenciled the intricate geometric design in Benjamin Moore’s sugar cookie 2160-70. Liz says, “So, there you have it. An updated bath with a casually, elegant feel. I may, very well, be in love.” We sure are, how about you?
Now before you run off to stencil your own powder room, we’d like you to meet Monica, the creative DIYer behind the blog Chucks for Chancho. Monica made it her 2014 goal to finish some of the DIY projects she had started around the house. The first project on her list was the powder room. Monica’s mantra for this space was, “Bathrooms are the perfect place to go a little crazy.” She decided to give the bathroom a personalized touch using our Metro Allover stencil. She painted the bathroom a color similar to Benjamin Moore’s admiral blue 2065-10 and then stenciled the contemporary pattern in a bright white. Monica had this to say about her newly stenciled powder room, “Beeeee-u-tiful I tell ya!”
Which stencil pattern would you use to perk up your powder room? 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