Cutting Edge Stencils Shares Stenciled Bathroom Ideas!
Good Morning, my DIY bathroom renovators! White fixtures, plain walls, dull tiles. Does this sound like we’re describing your bathroom? Are you thinking there’s not much you can do short of renovating the entire space? Before you throw in the bath towel, Cutting Edge Stencils is here to help you liven up that dull space with a stencil! It’s easy, inexpensive and there are all sorts of ways to decorate your bathroom with a stencil.
Make Over A Bathroom Using Stencils To Add Stylish Appeal
Stencil An Accent Wall: This might be the obvious makeover solution to a dreary bathroom because a pretty pattern can drastically change its look. Clever crafter, Lauryn from the blog The Vintage Mom, recently transformed her bathroom into this beauty by stenciling an accent wall. She painted our Tuscan Trellis Allover stencil in Sherwin Williams Friendly Yellow. It looks so pretty, doesn’t it? PS. She’s hosting a $50 Cutting Edge Stencils giveaway on her blog, so go enter!
Stencil A Ceiling: If you’re looking to give your bathroom the ultimate WOW factor, then stenciling the ceiling may be the project for you! Interior designer turned house flipper, Karen from The Year of Serendipity, nailed it with this bathroom makeover. She painted her bathroom walls a dark grey and then added the perfect pop of pattern using our Hand Forged Stencil in the same gray and white paint colors. She says, “I love the way it looks!” Way to go Karen! We do too.
Stencil A Bath Mat or Shower Curtain: If you are new to stenciling then test out your technique by creating one of these gorgeous bathroom decor pieces. Creative queen, Amy from the Idea Room, crafted this yellow bathroom rug using our Anna Damask Stencil. It adds a little ray of sunshine to her all white bathroom.
Now Natalie, the crafty DIYer behind the blog Doodle Craft, had a yellow bathroom that she couldn’t paint. You see, she’s a renter but she still wanted to give the space some style. She took a plain white shower curtain and painted it using our Maze Runner Stencil. The pretty geometric pattern tones down the all yellow space. Both projects rock!
Stencil Your Fixtures: You read that right! It’s perfectly acceptable to give your toilet tank, your sink, or even your bathtub the stencil treatment. Take the lead from Jacqueline, one of our Facebook fans. She started with plain white walls and a white vanity. After she painted the walls black, she then stenciled them in gold using our Alessa Scroll stencil. Jacqueline didn’t stop there because she gave her toilet and trash can a little stenciled touch using the same pattern. She mentions that she “can see what a dramatic change it made!” PS. She’s a first time stenciler! We’d like a round of applause for Jacqueline and her stenciling efforts!
There you have it! We hope you enjoyed our easy and inexpensive stencil ideas for a bathroom makeover.
Which one of these bathroom projects are you most likely to complete? We’d love to read your comments in the section below!
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Thanks for reading, and good luck stenciling!
Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew
With the toilet stencil, how do you clean it with it not rubbing off?
Thank you for contacting us! Unfortunately, because we did not stencil the toilet we are unsure as to how Jacqueline went about the cleaning of the toilet without harming the project. However, we do suggest that if you do want to stencil your toilet you visit your local hardware or paint store as they will be able to better advise on the type of paint or top coat that will protect the project from cleaning. I do hope this helps! :)