Stenciled Room Ideas Featuring the Tea House Trellis Stencil
Good morning, my stenciling friends! Today Cutting Edge Stencils is going to shine our stencil spotlight on one of our favorite trellis patterns, the Tea House Trellis Allover Stencil. This large wall stencil has an undeniable Eastern influence that adds to its sophisticated design. Let’s take a look at how this popular geometric pattern has been used in home decor.
First up is this eye-catching dining room. Renter Decorating, brightened up her dining room using the Tea House Trellis in a deep navy blue similar to Benjamin Moore’s midnight navy 2067-10. She had this to say about her stencil project, “My new wall. All bright and happy for summer.”from the blog
This beautifully decorated dining space is sure to have guests talking about more than just the food. Tamara, a creative fan, said “I used the Tea House Trellis Stencil in my dining room. It’s the center of attention! It was very easy to do and the results are amazing.”
We bet you would never guess that these curtains were stenciled! Jessica, from Decor Adventures, needed new curtains for her bedroom. She wanted a custom curtain look that would add a little pizzazz to the room so she decided to create them herself using our Tea House Trellis Allover Stencil and metallic gold paint. Aren’t these stunning?
We’re pretty sure we’d be staring at this stunning wall instead of working in this home office. Angela, from Number Fifty Three, chose to paint the Tea House Trellis Allover in chalkboard paint in her home office. She commented, “”I am so thrilled with the results.”
Wow, that is one impressive feature wall! Heather, one of our creative Instagram fans, shared her stenciled hallway feature wall using the Tea House Trellis Allover. We think it turned out lovely.
Boring bathroom? That’s not the case when Theresa from Bella Terra Designs is in charge. She painted the Tea House Trellis Allover on an accent wall in a Client’s bathroom. Theresa said, “Love the Tea House Stencil. Came out beautiful, thanks Cutting Edge Stencils.”
And last but not least this gorgeous geometric can also be stenciled on floors. Take a look at how Donna used the Tea House Trellis Allover Stencil to give her floor a quick fix. She shared, “When I removed the carpeting in this bedroom, the floors were in very bad condition. I need an inexpensive fix, so I decided to paint them. With the addition of the stencil, I was hoping to add some character. Because of the thin floor paint I was using, I knew I would have a little bleeding through but decided to take the chance. I’m glad I did. The room now has a unique look. The stencil was well made and easy to use.”
Tell us, which one of these stencil projects featuring the Tea House Trellis Stencil is your favorite? We’d love to read your thoughts, so leave us a comment below!
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Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew