Interior brick walls and subway tile walls are traditional and timeless. They can create a look that is classic, contemporary or retro. Exposed brick walls can read as either rustic charm, storied industrial decay, or effortless warehouse cool. They supply endless character, warmth and texture — no matter what the context. However, unless your house was built originally with them, you won't find beautiful brick walls or subway tiles awaiting exposure behind the drywall. Faux brick wall stencils and subway tile wall stencils are inexpensive ways to create a similar look. These wall stencil patterns for painting are so easy that even the beginner DIY’er can do it! Check these faux brick and faux subway tile makeovers…
Flowers by Nini says, “My husband and I used the Herringbone Brick Wall Stencil to give new life to our outdated kitchen backsplash. For a long time, I've wanted a herringbone backsplash but the tile option was just very pricey at the hardware stores we checked out. When I found Royal Design Studio Stencils online, I fell in love with the look. This project was also much more affordable and budget friendly!”
Wall stencils don't have to be bold and bright to still add visual interest and personality to a space. @thevintageroad added soothing texture and depth to her dining room walls with the help of our Brick Wall Stencil and a peaceful palette.
Did you know you can create just about ANY look you want with our stencils? It’s easy! @blissfully_eclectic made her daughter’s room look like a loft apartment and she says, “That Brick Wall Stencil from Royal Design Studio is EVERYTHING!!!”
Julie Furqua updated her fireplace flooring to make it look like subway tiles. She did this by painting and distressing the floor with our Herringbone Subway Tiles Stencil. With stenciling, there is no professional installation or expressive price tag!
In a kitchen, a faux-brick backsplash adds warmth and texture without overpowering the space. Ellen Roberts designed her kitchen with a Brick Wall Stencil backsplash that is WAY easier to clean than real brick since it is just paint.
Love the brick floor look, but don’t have the time or money to install a brick patio? No worries! Sheri Berardi had an ingenious idea to use our Brick Floor Stencil in a distressed red, black, and white paint finish on the floor. Doesn’t it look real??
We’d love to see how you used our wall stencils within your home! Email us at email@example.com, share them on our Facebook Page, or you can even Instagram your projects and tag us with #royaldesignstudio.