The best kept secret to beautiful bathroom remodeling is out! And, it is a quite bit more affordable and easier than regular remodeling. Wall Stencils from Royal Design Studio make any room into a stunning space, but for bathrooms, they instantly add a drop of personality or a bucket of bold into an otherwise builder beige bathroom. And contrary to popular belief, pattern gives a room depth so stenciled bathroom walls actually make the small space appear larger. Still need proof for this insider secret? Then scroll down and see 18 gorgeous examples bathroom stencils for yourself…
Dwellings by Devore wants to “Make today amazing!”, and a good way to kick start this daily routine is to make your space a reflection of you. She has a fun and quirky side, so she wanted her bathroom to be amusing and playful without being overly thematic. She opted to paint her bathroom with our Flamingo Deco Wall Stencil in gray and white so that she didn’t “overwhelm” with pattern in a shared coed space. She says, “It was a fairly easy and inexpensive makeover. I’m always amazed at the power of a little paint!”
Paige Whalen finally said goodbye to her boring white bathroom to hello to beautiful stencils! Even though white lights up a room, pattern adds depth. And much like photography, you need both for balanced home decorating. She painted an accent wall with our Lisboa Tile Wall Stencil in blue and added bronze accessories. See how the white lightens up the room, but the blue and bronze make the room look bigger?
Abigail Rose Wysocki says, “The last touch on our powder room upgrade is finished! Thanks for your great products and tutorials!” We love the DIY glam statement she made with our Acanthus Trellis Wall Stencil in black and metallic silver!
Segreto Finishes are masters at creating neutral spaces that wow! Owner Leslie Sinclair and her team created a custom wallpaper look with the Large Entwined Trellis Stencil painted with metallics for a soft shimmer. We love how light and bright this feels, as everything seems to be reflecting off those silver touches! It's such an easy way to create a luxe look for less!
Segreto Finishes says, “Stenciling is a great way to give a uniform pattern for a wallpaper look while being able to customize colors and embellishments to the clients’ decor.” Our Florentine Damask Wall Stencil was painted in moody metallics to coordinate with this bathroom’s luxe decor.
Is your bathroom boring and bare? Did you forget about decorating the very room that guests always use? Make sure to make it as beautiful as your home with our Fortuny Damask Wall Stencil! Segreto Finishes did yet another wonderful job and we think they have this bathroom decorating idea down!
Stenciling over plaster with metallic paint gives the most romantic glow to any room! This application was perfect to marry the formal elements in this bathroom by Segreto Finishes. With tall ceilings, a large stencil design like our Fabric Damask Wall Stencil proportionally fits the room and balances the large mirror.
Boring bathroom be gone thanks to our Donatella Damask Wall Stencil! Leanne Swetlik used Modern Masters iron paint, used silver to stencil the walls, and activated the iron so it rusted. This patina wall finish beautifully warms up the space!
Showcasing the versatility of stencils, Anything But Plain takes the Moorish Trellis Wall Stencil and modifies the pattern for an artistic and unique allover wallpaper look in this elegant powder room. As you can see from this stenciled bathroom, using a wall stencil adds incredible detail and interest!
Carmen Benoit embossed stripes of Modern Masters Venetian plaster through the Arabesque Moroccan Wall Stencil in this neutral bathroom. Looks like something you would find in a beautiful old building in Spain!
Twenty Two North says, “This ain't yo Mama's stencil! I didn't want anything too dramatic or costly but rather understated and simple. I purchased my Feathered Damask Wall Stencil and the quality, size, and clear instructions made it worthwhile. I get many comments from guests that it looks like wallpaper instead of stenciling.”
The Lisabetta Damask Wall Stencil mimics the look of designer wallpaper without the headache of damaging your walls. Rebecca Slaton loves this large wall design to create an Old World European wall plaster look.
Our Annapakshi Indian Damask Stencil is an original stencil pattern based on India’s mythological white bird that is believed to live in heaven. It represents purity, prosperity and beauty. Amber B Design beautifully interpreted this stencil with creamy white paint and light gray background in her bathroom. We think it looks pretty heavenly! How about you?
DIY On the Cheap says, "I’ve always loved the idea of stenciled walls, because you can get the look of wallpaper without the hassle of removing it later. When you’re tired of the pattern, you can simply paint over it with another stencil design." We couldn't agree more! She chose a white tone on tone color scheme that lightened up the small space. Matte and gloss sheens of the same color paint create a subtle Modern Moroccan Lace Stencil pattern and relaxing look.
Decorative finishing firm Broad Spectrum used the Fabric Damask Stencil from the Allover Damask Stencils Collection for their stenciled wall treatment on a client’s master bathroom. The neutral plaster walls make a fantastic background for the gold speckled stenciling. They used the stencil with a random placement here, using the pattern singularly and overlapping others. You can also use this versatile stencil to create an allover wallpaper pattern!
If you have a DIY stencil project of your own, we’d love to see how yours turn out! Email us at email@example.com, share them on our Facebook Page, or you can even Instagram your projects and tag us with #royaldesignstudio. Looking for more Stencil Techniques like this? Check out these other stencil ideas and tutorials: