Stenciling is a great way to transform a room and get a custom look for a budget price. Here are some of my favorite stenciled wall ideas from around the web to inspire your next project.
This pretty blue stencil adds just the right amount of color. I can see myself wanting to hang out forever in this beautiful bathroom! Learn how Diane created the illusion of wallpaper (without all the mess) over on In My Own Style.
Speaking of illusions, check this one out! Making it in the Mountains shares some great tips on how to achieve this popular cement tile look while sticking to your budget.
Our son really enjoyed his stenciled brick bedroom. Sadly, it was left behind in a house we rented. Thankfully we have the pictures (and my tips and tricks to make your own brick wall) over at Designers Sweet Spot.
This blue paint behind the white stencil really makes the design pop while being very calming! Check out It All Started With Paint for some tricks on how to transform a room and accomplish your stenciling project as quickly as possible.
The damask pattern of this stencil, in addition to the colors Allyson chose, add such a touch of elegance to this previously plain dining room. Head over to Domestic Superhero to see the before photo!
I love our pantry. The stenciled walls really improve its appearance! You can read more on my blog, Designers Sweet Spot.
Krista created this fun workspace for her sons to use for homework and projects. Stenciling seems like a great way to distinguish a space from the rest of the room while also disguise the fact that it used to be a closet! See the total transformation over on The Happy Housie.
Do you have a favorite quote? Have you ever thought about stenciling it on your wall? AKA Design did just that in her dining room.
Here’s a cute way to add a special touch to your little princess’ bedroom. This stencil adds just the right amount of character. Go look at the rest of this adorable room on Robb Restyle.
I always love a good before and after! Jami from An Oregon Cottage created this beautiful accent wall for her bedroom in just a few hours.
A bold stencil really pops with the white furniture in this bedroom! Sometimes a simple color scheme is the best. Refashionably Late admits that this project took longer than she expected, but it was totally worth every second. I agree completely.
Look at this precious stencil Lindi created for her daughter’s room at Love Create Celebrate! Head over and read all about her pro tips on how to make this project so much easier. (Hint: it involves a hairdryer!)
Chic Misfits created this beautiful accent wall in her sisters dining room. Tribal patterns are very popular right now, and this seems like a perfect example of how to execute one!
This design is a lot more subtle than the tribal wall above, yet it’s just as beautiful! Addicted 2 Design stenciled the entire room. I think all of her hard work definitely paid off.
At first glance, would you believe this wall was completely stenciled? I didn’t believe it myself until I read the full article over on Reality Daydream.
Little House of Four added some drama to her home office using a stencil. Inspiring spaces are always a productive spaces, a stenciled wall could be just what your office is lacking!
You’ll never believe how this stenciled wall was created. It’s not paint! Head over to Cuckoo 4 Design to learn the secret. Trust me, you don’t want to miss this.
Maybe you want to try your hand at stenciling but don’t know how to start? Three Little Monkeys Studio shares some of her beginner tips to make your first time a success.
Danielle added this precious lace stencil to her guest bedroom. It adds such a romantic and peaceful feel! She also shares how to store your stencils to use again down the road over on Finding Silver Pennies.
Are you feeling incredible daring?! What about this ombre fish scale wall? It would take a special room to pull this off, but Kara Paslay Designs definitely did just that. Also, who knew fish scales on a wall could look so good?
I’m so inspired to create now, and I hope you are too! Go find a blank wall and get to stenciling. Best of luck to you!
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