Cutting Edge Stencils Shares Beautiful Stenciled Bedroom Ideas!
Rise and Shine, my DIY sleepy heads! It is almost the weekend and the Cutting Edge Stencils crew is looking forward to catching some extra zzz’s while snuggled under our toasty blankets in bed. Are you looking forward to the same thing? Well as you’re lying in bed, we’d like you to take a look around and tell us if your bedroom could use a dreamy makeover. Our stencils are an easy and inexpensive way to give your bedroom a makeover. Let’s take a look at some stenciled bedrooms by our fabulous fans.
First we’d like to share this gorgeous bedroom which was painted by Austinologie, a decorative painter in the Texas area. They used the Gabrielle Damask Stencil to create a stunning accent wall behind the bed. To recreate this bedroom, consider painting the wall white and stenciling the damask pattern using Benjamin Moore wythe blue HC-143. Great job!
Do you follow us on Instagram? If so, then you’ve probably already spotted this bedroom beauty by Jessica Barnack aka PolishtheNest. Jessica gave her boudoir a post-holiday makeover. She used our Paisley Allover Stencil to create an accent wall behind her bed. It instantly adds some depth to the soothing light gray and provides that luxurious statement she was trying to achieve. To get a similar look, consider using painting the wall using Benjamin Moore’s simply white OC-116 and stenciling the pattern in angelica af-665. So pretty!
This third bedroom was painted by Kristen and featured on Style Me Pretty. Kristen owns a farmhouse and loves eclectic decor. She has carefully pieced together each room including her bedroom which features our Zamira Allover stencil. Recreate this accent wall using Benjamin Moore’s constellation AF-540 and stenciled in a color similar to FolkArt metallic silver.
And last but not least is this gorgeous bedroom that was stenciled by interior decorator and DIYer, Kara Brennan from Wink Interiors. Kara purchased a Millennium blanket from the Hudson Bay Company and it turned out to be the inspiration for her bedroom overhaul. She decided to paint our Otomi Allover Stencil in a tone on tone gray color combination. We love how this space turned out. Way to go, Kara!
Tell us, which bedroom design is your favorite? Leave us a comment below, we’d love to read your thoughts!
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