Cutting Edge Stencils Shares Purple Stencil Ideas for Walls and Home Decor Accessories
Let’s start small with purple home decor accessories. Our Dandelion Stencil is the perfect pattern choice for a pillow. Make a wish and watch your stencil dreams come true! Use a hue similar to Benjamin Moore’s summer plum 2074-20, a delicious deep purple that’s velvety smooth and supple. Do you love it? Or do you love it?
From pillows to rugs, we love the pop of purple in a room! Julia, one of talented Facebook fans added a bit of purple embellishment to her space by painting the Covington Allover stencil on her area rug. Even her pup digs this intricate pattern! To get this gorgeous look, try using Benjamin Moore’s purple lotus 2072-30.
Not ready to make the leap and stencil your walls purple? Well after seeing the crafty idea from Kammy’s Korner, you will be. Using a piece of canvas, purple wall paint and our Birds On A Branch Stencil she stenciled her own diy purple wall art. Use a color similar to Benjamin Moore’s dark purple 2073-10. The mystery and intrigue of this lovely hue will instantly create a beautiful backdrop!
Are you feeling the appeal of stenciling purple? We thought so! Meet Kathryn, one of our DIY fans. She painted a corner in her home a lovely lilac shade similar to Benjamin Moore’s snugglepuss 1405 and then stenciled the Allium Twins Flower Stencil in white. It’s happy demeanor works wonders with her other neutral colored walls!
We’re just loving the dark grape glow in this bedroom. Lou painted his daughter’s bedroom in a juicy hue similar to Benjamin Moore’s darkest grape 2069-30. The addition of the Sweet Dreams Stencil adds a playful Geometric pattern to this pretty bedroom.
Now I know we just saw a couple of playfully stenciled purple spaces but purple can also have grown-up appeal. Like this purple Verde Damask Stenciled accent wall painted by one of our fans, Jessica. She says, “The results were amazing!!!” I think we’re going to have to agree with her on that!
Simply Stunning! That’s how we’d describe this purpliscious Anna Damask stenciled bedroom painted by Kristen Davis Designs. The combination of the classic stencil pattern and regal purple hue is just awe-inspiring! To get this look, try using Benjamin Moore’s kalamata AF-630.
Whether you choose to stencil a light lavender shade or bold violet hue, this majestic stenciling color has a shade that appeals to everyone and can work in any space!
Before you make your royal exit, we want to know would you stencil in purple? Leave us a comment below!
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