Cutting Edge StencilsCutting Edge StencilsCutting Edge StencilsCutting Edge StencilsCutting Edge StencilsCutting Edge StencilsCutting Edge StencilsCutting Edge Stencils

Steal the Look with Painted Accent Pillows

Stencils Can Create Designer Accent Pillows!

Happy Friday, my DIY decorating friends! Do you have a little Friday fever going on?  We here at Cutting Edge Stencils do!  As our minds daydream about weekend plans, we find ourselves browsing one of our favorite home decor sites, Horchow.  In the past, we’ve shared how to steal the look of some of our favorite Horchow room designs.   We are back at it again!  This time we’re going to use Paint-A-Pillow to recreate the Horchow accent pillows we love.  Let’s get started…

Paint-A-Pillow shares how to recreate popular Horchow accent pillows using stencils. http://paintapillow.com/index.php/

 Stolen Item No. 1: Harper Deco Pillow

We strongly believe that every home should have a little glitter and gold to glam it up! So when we spotted the Harper Deco Pillow, we were instantly in love. The color combination and eye-catching Moroccan pattern would truly complete the look of any room.

 Paint-A-Pillow can recreate this Horchow accent pillow using the Oasis stencil. http://paintapillow.com/index.php/oasis-paint-a-pillow-kit.html

STEAL THE LOOK : Did you know that pillow carries a $120 price tag for just ONE?  No need to rub your eyes because you read that price correctly.  If $120 per pillow sounds like it’s outside your price range (just a little) then we got your back on this one! All you have to do is purchase Paint-A-Pillows’ Oasis stenciling kit and Martha Stewards all purpose gold craft paint.  The kit comes with everything you need to create one complete accent pillow.  Purchase one additional pillow and you’ll have two designer looking pillows for as little as $35 each.

Stolen Item No. 2: Elaine Smith Aqua Zebra Stripe Pillow

Care to take a walk on the wild side with us?  The Zebra pattern  and aqua hue are super trendy on this Elaine Smith Zebra Stripe Outdoor pillow.


Paint-A-Pillow can recreate this Horchow accent pillow using the Zebra Stripe stencil. http://paintapillow.com/index.php/zebra-stripe-paint-a-pillow-kit.html

STEAL THE LOOK:  Do you know what’s not so trendy?  The $150 price tag that’s associated with one pillow.  Don’t let this get you down.  We’re totally confident that we can recreate the look and for a fraction of the price.  Try using Paint-A-Pillow Zebra Stripe kit with white fabric and the turquoise paint.

Stolen Look No. 3: Zander Diamond Pillow

Diamonds are a girls best friends which must mean that the Zander Diamond Pillow is our bestie. Thise exuberant pillow and its bold olive hue can bring any room to life.  Simply put, it’s gorgeous. But one small pillow can cost $90. Ouch!


Paint-A-Pillow can recreate this Horchow accent pillow using the Nagoya stencil.http://paintapillow.com/index.php/nagoya-paint-a-pillow-kit.html

STEAL THE LOOK: Don’t hide after seeing this price tag.  You could easily recreate that pretty pillow using Paint-A-Pillow for a fraction of the cost.  To steal this look, use the Nagoya Kit with the natural pillow cover and olive green paint.


Which of these Horchow accent pillows would you want to recreate using a stencil? Leave us a comment below!

Can’t get enough stencil fun?

  • Shop our stencils and find the perfect one for your project!
  • Follow us on Pinterest to see awesome inspirational photos!
  • Have you completed a stencil project? Come share it on Facebook!

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



Tags: , , , , , , , ,

  • JaneEllen

    Actually I love the zebra pillow best. Our living room which we painted very light gray in early summer would go very well with that pillow. I’ve used 2 different shades of aqua and grays in room so it would be really pretty. Living room is pretty much cottage right now but with change of pillow styles the zebra would be great. I like to have different pillow styles and colors for when I get bored with things, usually I make my own pillow covers and just change out when I want to. I have couple drawers full of pillow covers. If I get tired of them I give them away or sell them, make more.
    I also make table runners even for my coffee table to change out looks of things. Using stencils on table runners would give me new looks also. I use burlap or paint cloths or fabric, depending on what I have at hand.

  • CESteam

    Thank you JaneEllen for sharing your Home Decor ideas with us.

    ~ The CES Team ~

Home.About Us.Site Map .Entries (RSS) .Comments (RSS)