Stenciled Home Decor Projects Using The Symmetry Triangle Stencil
Happy Friday, my DIY decorating friends! It’s no secret that we at Cutting Edge Stencils, love seeing our stencils reused for multiple stencil projects. In the past we shared how to steal the look of some of your favorite West Elm home decor items using just one stencil, our Chevron Craft Stencil. Remember that post? If not, you can check it out here. We’re back at it again but this time we’ve given it a geometric twist. Let’s take a look at how you can recreate some West Elm looks using our new Symmetry Allover Stencil and Benjamin Moore paint colors.
Stolen Item No. 1: Triangle Printed Pouf
This Triangle Printed Pouf is the perfect spot to perch your tootsies. We LOVE the look of the geometric pattern in muted teal and white.
STEAL THE LOOK: But that $149 price tag is not something that allows us to rest easy. Rather than toss up our hands in frustration, we know we can solve this problem with a little DIY. Purchase plain white fabric from a local fabric store. Then paint our trendy Symmetry Allover Stencil ($37.95) in Benjamin Moore’s flint AF-560 to get a similar look. For a similar tutorial check out Crazy Wonderful’s post on stenciled beanbag chairs.
Stolen Item No. 2: Mosaic Triangles Jewelry Box
What’s not to love about this adorable Mosaic Triangles Jewelry Box? With a striking pattern of alternating multicolored, gray and white triangles, it’s ideal for holding trinkets and treasures.
STEAL THE LOOK: Don’t have $79 to shell out for a jewelry box? We can help you get that look for a whole lot less and you’ll get to reuse the stencil from your previous project. Recreate this look using a simple box like this one spotted at Ikea. Paint the exterior white and then stencil our Symmetry Allover Stencil in eye-catching hues like Benjamin Moore’s jester CC–34. and fruit punch 140. You’ll have the perfect stenciled treasure holder in no time!
Stolen Look No. 3: Capiz Triangle Wall Art
There is no doubt the triangular-shaped shining shells makes this Capiz Wall Art absolutely stunning. Hang it on the wall for an instant splash of shine and style. Unfortunately, the $269 price tag is a real style sizzler.
STEAL THE LOOK: Ignite your DIY fire and recreate this piece of art using a stencil! Purchase a plain white canvas from a local crafts store and then reuse your Symmetry Allover Stencil. Paint the contemporary pattern in metallics like Benjamin Moore metallic gold and silver.
Stolen Look No. 4: Sarah Campbell Mosaic Triangles Wool Dhurrie
Who wouldn’t want to sit back and relax in this living room featuring the Sarah Campbell Mosaic Triangles Wool Dhurrie rug? The playful tonal variations of geometric shapes makes it fun yet super stylish. The $349 price tag is anything but stylish.
STEAL THE LOOK: The best part about this project is that it is not only completely doable (even for the first time stenciler) but it uses the same exact stencil that you used for the other projects. Just keep washing the stencil after each use and you’ll have lots of life left in it. Purchase a plain white area rug and paint our Symmetry Allover Stencil in hues like Benjamin Moore’s sweet pea 391, baltic gray 1467, and brittany blue 1633.
We hope you enjoyed these DIY projects. Tell us, which of these West Elm looks would you be most likely to recreate? Leave us a comment below!
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Thanks for reading, and happy stenciling!
Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew