Cutting Edge Stencils Shares Stenciled Home Decor Projects
Happy Friday, my DIY decorating friends! Cutting Edge Stencils was just saying the other day we love seeing our stencils reused for multiple projects. And our stencil light bulb went off just as we were browsing one of our favorite home decor sites, West Elm. We always share how to steal some of their gorgeous high end pieces but what if we showed you how to steal multiple pieces using one stencil. So that’s what we’ve done. We’ve taken our popular Chevron Craft Stencil and paired it with Benjamin Moore paint colors to recreate the West Elm looks we love? Come take a look…
Stolen Item No. 1: Chevron Bone Side Table
This Chevron Bone Side Table paired with solid wood legs is the perfect spot to perch your summer drinks. We LOVE the look of the zippy pattern in dark gray and white.
STEAL THE LOOK: But that $199 price tag certainly sizzles out our excitement. There’s nothing like a good DIY project to get us fired back up again. Purchase a plain wooden side table. You might even be able to score one at a local thrift store or make one like Revolutionaries did here. Then paint our trendy Chevron Craft Stencil ($16.95) in Benjamin Moore’s flint AF-560 and simply white OC-117 to get a similar look.
Stolen Item No. 2: Coral Jewelry Box
What’s not to love about this Coral Jewelry Box? This pretty package for storing jewelry and accessories has bright summer hues and a fun stripe pattern.
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 the last project. Recreate this look using a simple box like this one spotted at Ikea. Paint the exterior white and then stencil our Chevron Craft Stencil in a bright coral hues like Benjamin Moore’s coral glow 026. and coral rock 032. You’ll have a glamorous looking jewelry box in no time!
Stolen Look No. 3: Capiz Wall Art
There is no doubting the Capiz Wall Art with hand inlaid capiz shells in a chevron motif is absolutely stunning. This item could be hung on the wall for an instant splash of style. But the piece of art costs $269. Yikes!
STEAL THE LOOK: Have no fear because stealing this look with a stencil is going to be easy peasy! Purchase a plain white canvas from a local arts or crafts store and then reuse your Chevron Craft Stencil. Paint the zippy pattern in metallics like Benjamin Moore metallic gold and silver.
Stolen Look No. 4: Zig Zag Bath Mat
Who doesn’t love placing their clean piggies on a patterned bath mat like this Zig Zag Bath Mat? Not only are the wavy zigzags fun to look at but this item is practical for a bathroom! Unfortunately the $49 price tag can be a real drainer.
STEAL THE LOOK: This project is totally doable using 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 bath mat from Ikea for $9.99 and paint our Chevron Craft Stencil in a black hue like Benjamin Moore’s black satin 2131-10.
We hope you enjoyed these DIY projects. Tell us, which of these West Elm inspired looks would you be most likely to “Steal”? Leave us a comment below!
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Thanks for reading, and happy stenciling!
Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew