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Stenciling A Cement Floor With A Moroccan Pattern

A Stenciled Cement Floor Rocks This Laundry Room Remodel

Good morning, my DIY friends.  We’re willing to make a bet that you’d agree  that concrete and cement floors can be drab.  We, at Cutting Edge Stencils, feel these  bare floors can be greatly enhanced by spicing them up with color or a stencil pattern! Ashley, the DIY queen behind the blog Domestic Imperfection, decided to tackle the painting and stenciling of a cement floor and we’ve got the all the stencilicious details for you! Let’s take a look…

A DIY stenciled cement floor in a laundry room using the Moroccan Tiles pattern. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/moroccan-tiles-wall-pattern.html

Ashley recently shared a makeover that she completed on her friends laundry room floor.  Her friend Abby owns a tiny farmhouse that she is renovating to make her forever home.  The new house is spacious and gorgeous with the exception of the laundry room floor.  Here is a peek at the laundry room before its remodel.

A picture of the cement floor before it was stenciled. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/moroccan-tiles-wall-pattern.html

The DIY duo was starting with a plain sealed concrete floor.  Since it was in good shape, they decided to leave its natural color as the base coat.  Ashely and Abby decided to stencil a runner shaped pattern across the floor rather then stencil from wall to wall  because the trim was already installed.  The first thing they did was tape off a section they wanted to stencil using ScotchBlue painters tape.

Stenciling a cement floor using the Moroccan Tiles pattern. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/moroccan-tiles-wall-pattern.html

Once it was all taped off, they were ready to stencil.  Ashley selected our Moroccan Tiles Allover Stencil, a popular Moroccan pattern.  She started painting the pretty pattern using Sherwin Williams Porch and Floor Enamel and a dense foam roller.

Stenciling a cement floor using the Moroccan Tiles pattern. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/moroccan-tiles-wall-pattern.html

After the stencil was complete, Abby put a coat of sealer over the whole floor.  Here it is folks, the newly stenciled cement floor!

A DIY stenciled cement floor in a laundry room using the Moroccan Tiles pattern. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/moroccan-tiles-wall-pattern.html

It looks gorgeous, doesn’t it?

A DIY stenciled cement floor in a laundry room using the Moroccan Tiles pattern. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/moroccan-tiles-wall-pattern.html

Here is a close up of the beautiful stencil pattern.

A DIY stenciled cement floor in a laundry room using the Moroccan Tiles pattern. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/moroccan-tiles-wall-pattern.html

We knew you would find this project awe-inspiring, so be sure to stop by Ashley’s blog to see all her stencil projects and enter her stencil giveaway.

Tell us: What do you think of this cement floor makeover? Leave us a comment below!

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

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  • Steve

    Wow. Gorgeous. How have they held up over time? Any peeling?

  • CESteam

    Hi Steve,

    The protective sealant that was applied on top of the stenciled cement floor should keep it from peeling and help it hold up to its daily use.

  • Anna

    What kind of Sealer was used over the stencil?

  • CESteam

    Hi Anna,

    Home Depot sells a sealer for concrete floors. http://www.behr.com/consumer/products/floor-coatings-sealers-and-prep

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