Stencils Are An Easy Way To Achieve A Faux Brick Style
Good morning, my Cutting Edge Stencils friends. Industrial Chic has become all the rage in the interior decorating community. Exposed brick offers a timeless look for any space. Now if you have been lusting after this style but not the hassle or the expense then our Brick Stencil patterns are perfect for you!
We offer two brick patterns, a classic Brick Stencil and a Herringbone Brick version. The classic Brick patterns comes in three sizes, an allover, a furniture/craft, and a card. To show you how versatile and easy-to-use these stencils are, check out these 8 DIY stencil projects from our creative fans.
First up is a stunning hallway that shows how this pretty wall stencil can achieve a real brick wall look. Cara, the DIYer from Build It Craft It Love It, stenciled the Brick Allover Stencil in a several gray hues across her hallway. She says, “I could not be happier with the way the way it turned out.” We think it looks awesome.
This warm yet rustic bedroom style has surely swept us off our feet! Cat, the creative DIYer behind the blog Pocketful of Posies, created this captivating accent wall in her bedroom using our Brick Allover Stencil in white wash brick colors. Cat commented, “I am absolutely in love with the way this project turned out.”
Nadia used our Herringbone Brick Allover Stencil to create a geometric accent wall in her nursery. She had this to say about her stenciling adventure, ” Just thought I would share my latest nursery project with you! I am thrilled with the result!” It’s so pretty we can see why!
Tammy K. used our Herringbone Brick Allover Stencil in an earthy beige hue on an accent wall in her entryway. She posted this picture and said, “The Herringbone pattern really makes a great entrance in my home.
From gray to earthy brown, our traditional brick pattern is always impressive. Anne, from White Lace Cottage, painted the Brick Allover Stencil in her husband’s home office. She commented, “This stencil is super easy to use! I’m thrilled that my husband loves his new office space.”
Anne didn’t stop with one Brick pattern. She painted the Herringbone Brick Allover Stencil as a kitchen backsplash. Anne had this to say about using a stencil for a backsplash, “This is a great alternative to using real brick or tile and cost much less to do!”
Have you’ve fallen head over heels for this Industrial Chic pattern? If you have and you need some tips and tricks on how to achieve it, check out our stencil tutorial.
Tell us, where in your home would you stencil the Brick pattern? We’d love to read your thoughts, so leave us a comment below!
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Thanks for reading, and happy stenciling!
Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew