Using Moroccan Stencils to Inspire Your Stencil Ideas
Do you smell that? Cutting Edge Stencils is cooking up something real delicious for you home style hungry DIYers! Today’s good enough to eat Moroccan stencil ideas are sure to sprinkle a little culture in your home! Even if you’re not a fan of Moroccan cuisine, I can assure you that you’re mouth will water over these two Moroccan stencils! Before we begin, why don’t you grab a few tissues to wipe up the drool that is sure to ensue!
The Marrakech Trellis is a popular stencil among our customers! The sharp lines and unique geometric pattern this design creates on walls is absolutely scrumptious! The blog, Colour Lovers, cooked up this gorgeous wall below to create a modern look with this particular Moroccan stencil! The painting stencil looked so delectable on the walls that matching pillows in pops of colors were placed within the home decor! However, don’t be afraid to wow your home decorating taste buds by combining a few floral patterned home decor pieces into the mix! To create this room, our friends at Colour Lovers used Benjamin Moore’s Wolf Gray as the background color, and a white paint for the stencil pattern. We personally suggest Benjamin Moore paint in high contrast rooms because of its especially consistent coverage!
Indulge in a handful of yummy DIY craft projects using Cutting Edge Stencils‘ Oasis Allover to stop that tummy from growling! This Moroccan pattern has a similar look to our Turkish Tulip pattern, but is a bit more intricate and slender! It is of course fabulous on the walls, but what about on curtains.. better yet, what about on a BATHTUB? Let us hand feed you these guilty pleasures!
These Moroccan curtains were designed by Kahlila, from Design Pardeux! Her main ingredients included plain white grommet curtains from Ikea, Synergy paint by Sherwin Williams, and our Oasis Allover stencil! She used spray adhesive, painters tape around the edges, and a dense foam roller to brew these up! The bright curtains look super juicy!
Kammy, from Kammy’s Korner, threw together this delectable tub with a little Moroccan magic! She primed the whole tub with Rustoleum Countertop paint mixed white, and then used glossy black latex paint to stencil the Oasis with! She also relied on painters tape and a dense foam roller to get the job done! For the most perfect lines, Kammy wrapped a finger in a clean rag to wipe off unwanted paint while it was still wet! There’s no way this black tub is overdone! Looks like it was cooked up just right!
Craving more satisfying treats from us?:
- Shop Cutting Edge Stencils for the Moroccan stencils that feed your appetite!
- Read our blog for details on other projects using Moroccan stencils!
- “Like” us on Facebook to see all the inspiring customer photos we share!
Thanks for reading, and I hope you got your fill!
Melissa and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew