Cutting Edge Stencils Shares Gorgeous Green Stencil Ideas for Walls and Crafts
Top of the Mornin’ Folks! Have you been out searching for a pot of gold at the end of that rainbow? Well, you’re in luck my DIY lads! Today Cutting Edge Stencils has a wealth of glamorous green stenciled spaces that would wow the pants off even a leprechaun.
But before, we get started, I have two pieces of wisdom for you today. The first is never iron a four-leaf clover, because you don’t want to press your luck! And the second is decorating with green is not exclusively for St. Patricks Day. Green is actually a dream color to use in home decor because it’s so versatile and timeless. After all it is the color of nature and Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2013 (emerald).
Why Choose Green?
I’ll tell you why! While often associated with little men in search of pots of gold (or at least during this time of year); the color green has a truly multifaceted personality. It runs the gamut from extremely warm to crisp and cool—so it is easy to find one that you love and that will work in your home. Let’s take a look at some gorgeous green spaces!
Create a luxurious yet comfortable space like our fan Angela did using the Birch Forest stencil in a color similar to Benjamin Moore’s agave (AF-420). It’s a rich green with golden undertones and I love that its color has been accentuated by this opulent green chair.
Continuing on the luxurious aspect, one of fans sent in this contemporary dining space using trendy Scallop Stencil in a dark olive like Benjamin Moore pine grove 511. Don’t you agree, it has a grand ambiance?
Looking for something a little bit more subtle? Sometimes the rest of our lives is so boldly colored that we need a softer tone to create the perfect escape in our boudoir. That’s exactly what Roeshell, the blogger behind DIY Show Off, did. The combination of the softer shade of green like Benjamin Moore’s apple froth 409 and the classic Verde Damask Stencil makes for the perfect dreamy escape!
Or forget the softer shades and dive into the vibrant side of green with Benjamin Moore’s sour apple 401 on the walls. One of our fans brightened up their craft space and added some depth with the Casablanca Stencil on their accent wall.
Looking to bring some energy to your room? Look no further with an energetic and almost digital hue like Benjamin Moore’s dark lime 2027-10. While it’s a modern shade of green, adding the Poppy Allover Stencil brings in a classic feminine touch that can tone down the vibrant color. PS. This fab photo was featured in Oprah Magazine!
On the other hand, green combined with a stenciled ceiling can also make a powerful color statement! This stunningly stenciled green bedroom was designed by Stacy from the blog Not just A Housewife. Using the classic Anna Damask Stencil, Stacy designed an absolutely dreamy bedroom escape.
Now you don’t have to stop with just green stenciled walls! Green is also the perfect color to stencil on all your craft projects. We’re going to run through the various ways that you can incorporate small amounts of stenciled green into your home.
Closets! Take if from the Lil House That Could and add a polka dot stencil to your closet space for an unexpected pop of pattern!
Upcycle that old piece of furniture with a fun green stencil. My Sister’s Suitcase used a kelly green Nagoya Craft Stenciled to give new life to this white dresser.
Get that designer look by using the color of the year, Emerald Green, and an intricate stencil pattern like the Covington Allover Stencil.
And did you know?
Interestingly, the human eye can see more variations of green than of any other color. So perhaps this is one of the reasons it is so popular!
So tell us which stenciled green space has you filled with envy? Leave us a comment in the space below!
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Thanks for reading and happy stenciling!
Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew