Stencils Can Recreate the Look of Designer Wallpaper!
Happy Tuesday, my DIY decorating friends! Today is going to be a T-riffic Tuesday and do you know why? Because Cutting Edge Stencils is going to share how you can steal the look of pricey wallpaper from one of our favorite home decor sites, Serena & Lily. This fabulous home decor shop truly has some unique but pricey wallpapers. Come see how you can recreate the look for a fraction of the price…
Stolen Item No. 1: Feather Wallpaper
If Chevron and Herringbone were to collide into one ultimate pattern, this would be it! The Feather Wallpaper takes its cue from both patterns to create a design that is both graphic and organic. The soft color combination and eye-catching geometric pattern truly complete the look of this bedroom.
STEAL THE LOOK : Did you know that pretty pattern carries a $88 price tag for just one roll? Considering the average wall would need at least two rolls, that is one pricey project! If $88 sounds like it’s outside your price range (just a little) then we got your back on this one! All you have to do is purchase Herringbone Brick Allover Stencil and Benjamin Moore’s bone PC-30.
Stolen Item No. 2: Herringbone Wallpaper
Are you feeling a bit bold today? The zippy herringbone wallpaper pattern and navy hue are super trendy in this boys’ room.
STEAL THE LOOK: Do you know what’s not so trendy? The $88 price tag that’s associated with one roll. All we can say is ouch if you need more than one roll to complete your accent wall. Take a deep breathe and don’t let this get you down. We’re totally confident that we can recreate the look and for a fraction of the price. Try using Herringbone Stitch Allover stencil and Benjamin Moore’s hale navy HC-154.
Stolen Look No. 3: Jaipur Wallpaper
The Jaipur Wallpaper in Cactus is a lovely brocade print that sings pure romance. The soft green and dusty blue color combination will give a white space the perfect punch of color. Simply put, it’s gorgeous. But one roll of wallpaper can cost $88. Ouch!
STEAL THE LOOK: Don’t hide after seeing this price tag. You could easily recreate the lovely pattern using a stencil that costs $19.95! Purchase our Tali’s Brocade Stencil and paint it using Benjamin Moore’s soft fern 2144-40 and serenata AF-535. We bet your friends will never know the difference!
Which of these Selena & Lily wallpapers would you want to recreate using a stencil? Leave us a comment below!
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Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew