Stephanie of The Divine Living Space loves showing off her creative DIY talents, as well as explaining to everyone what a six week room makeover can do. She wanted to create a sweet bedroom for her daughter that she can grow into. She used our Cheetah Spots Stencil to add a fun pop of animal print. But instead of stenciling a wall, she opted for a surprising ceiling treatment to add even more impact.
“Ceilings are usually (bleh) white!” she says, “The actual stenciling itself? Piece of cake!” Stenciling a ceiling with stencils is not as hard as it looks-especially with a simple pattern like the Cheetah Spots. It really doesn’t take much more time than stenciling a wall. Sure, she could have gone the easy route and not decorated the ceiling at all, but then the bedroom wouldn’t have had the finishing touch that has made her blog fans ooh and ahh.
Here, we caught Stephanie in her natural habitat of DIY decorating… She’s doing a great job and things are looking up!
She says, “I chose this cheetah stencil for a modern, and yet whimsical touch to her space.” Animal print is all the rage right now, but in a whole new way. Stephanie paired our Cheetah Spots Stencil with floral curtains and bed, a chevron rug, and bright pops of pink, purple, and green. These separate elements come together to create a cohesive room with a pro designer look and super FUN style!
Another reason to love this bedroom? It’s filled with transitional décor perfect for a little girl growing up to be a young teen. Animal prints and floral patterns can easily transition from cute to a more sophisticated look by simply switching up other design elements in the room. Stephanie’s little girl loves her room now, and will continue to enjoy it for many years to come!
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