Wall Stencils Are Back In Style! Here are 15 We Love
Whether a bold accent or a muted, texturized wall is your goal, these stencils will bring trendy, chic and unique vibes to your home.
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Get that fresh Nordic look with this herringbone stencil. We’re loving reviewers’ photos of their DIY projects using the stencil in nurseries, bathrooms and bedrooms.
“This stencil was durable and easy to use,” says one reviewer. “My project came out GREAT and it did not take me nearly as much time as I thought (3-4 hrs with a bunch of breaks). The key is to buy a spray can of adhesive — the kind that is not permanent binding (I got some from Michaels) to spray the back for each application and use with a small roller (don’t use too much paint).” Here’s how to stencil a decorative border at the top of your walls.
Accent the fireplace with a unique design like this Moroccan trellis wall stencil. We love the inspiration here. A creamy wall with dark gray stencil pairs beautifully with a golden fireplace screen.
What works perfectly with a rose colored accent chair and a gold sunflower mirror? Why, that would be a trendy stenciled accent wall, of course! Since it’s brilliantly loud, this wall stencil will look best when used for an accent wall.
There’s no doubt tropical decor is on trend, most notably in the form of palm fronds! Go big and decorate a large wall with this fresh wall stencil pattern.
One reviewer found the stencil well-received when used in their upstairs living room. “It’s definitely created a ‘wow factor’ for my upstairs living room. As folks walk up my stairs they have been marveling [at] the beautiful wall.”
Can’t commit to a fully stenciled wall? Skip the artwork and opt for a stenciled section above your credenza for a refreshing statement corner in your home. And this stencil is made in the U.S.A.! Here are 10 more tools and products made in the U.S.A.
Liven up a bathroom with stunning walls. We’re totally inspired by this traditional Portuguese Azulejos tile design wall stencil in cobalt blue.
Add faux texture to your walls with this simple yet unique wall stencil. Color schemes like white and tan create a soft space, while black and white makes a bolder statement.
This is the modern day bathroom of our dreams! The beaded wall stencil works well with the geometric trend that’s been taking over home decor.
We love wall stencils when paired with neutral paint colors. It makes for understated faux texture on the walls to liven up a room in the chicest way. With this look, you can go for just one accent wall or the entire room.
A simple wall stencil can make a big statement, especially when it creates an updated, sunny mid-century modern vibe. Make sure to fix common flaws before beginning your paint technique for a flawless finish.
Modern and glamorous, this geometric tile wall stencil mimics popular cement tiles. We love it when applied as a kitchen backsplash.
Great as an accent wall in a den or entertainment space, this geometric design wall stencil is nontraditional and completely on-trend.
The scallop design is so in right now, showing up on everything from clothing to tablecloths and walls. Here, the scallop wall stencil adds brilliant faux texture on a bedroom wall.
Looking to incorporate the tropical look in a more abstract way? Consider this palm leaf wall stencil. Especially when paired with rich, bold colors, it adds a sleek, art deco look to your room.