Cheetah spots are a fierce decorating trend that everyone is roaring about! We keep seeing Cheetah print wallpaper… but with a hefty price tag. That’s why we love using wall stencils over wallpaper! Wall stencils create the look of designer wallpaper for a fraction of the cost. So yes, you can have this trendy look in your home and stay within budget! Want the proof? Check out these 7 DIY animal print painting projects using our Cheetah Spots Wall Stencils:
The mud-room is one of the most active rooms in A Little Paint Therapy’s home and is used as the main point of entry & exit. They wanted to give this room a whimsical look using contrasting colors and a playful pattern. Lana decided to go with a classic black n’ white combination for our animal print wall stencils, transforming the mud-room into a cheerful entryway!
Simple Details wanted her entryway to make a ‘wild’ statement. She had her eye on a particular wallpaper until she found our animal print wall stencils. The wallpaper was not only pricey but cumbersome to apply. Pam loves how our stencil gave her foyer the unexpected, sassy wallpaper look at a fraction of the cost! ”I’m all about getting a high-end look for less and not having to remove wallpaper if I can avoid it!” Be sure to take a look at the beautiful Foyer Reveal on her blog post for more details about the project.
Being a “sucker for spots”, The Hunter Interior had an idea for spotted drapes but realized her favorite fabric line was discontinued. She bought inexpensive Ikea curtain panels and stenciled our gorgeous cheetah print wall stencil onto them in a dramatic black and white color scheme. The result? Contemporary drapes that exactly matched what she was envisioning, for a fraction of the cost of the designer fabric line!
Decorating your hallway is a great way to add a lot of visual impact in a very small area and can be a fun introduction to the rest of your house. Painted Chandelier picked these colors so the animal print made an impact without being too obtrusive. The hallway is now roaring with character and pizzaz, don’t you think? Check out her blog post, Antelope Pattern Inspired Hallway Makeover for more images and several stencil tips.
Eat Sleep Decorate chose an animal theme for their baby’s nursery. Amy wasn’t ready to commit to stenciling an entire wall just yet, but she certainly wanted to try something. So she decided to stencil the nursery closet with our cheetah print wall stencils to blend perfectly well with the animal theme. She says, “It was an easy process which only took a couple of hours one afternoon.” She goes on to explain how these stencils gave the look of expensive wallpaper while costing a fraction of its price! Now, she is sold on to the idea of stenciling a whole room in the near future. Can you guess if this bedroom is for a boy or a girl? If it were not for the little pink onesies tucked behind on the hanger line, we certainly couldn’t tell.
Just Spiff It is seeing spots in her stenciled bathroom! These small rooms are always a fun place to add trendy style and designer looks. In this bathroom makeover, she used our Cheetah Spots Wall Stencil to add a glam look.
Hallways don’t get nearly enough attention. They far too often get ignored. Yes, they are very utilitarian and generally serve only as a way to get from one section of the house to another, but this is aspace that can dish out some serious wow factor. Who says these little sections of square footage can’t be just as bold and fun as any other within a home? They most certainly can, and SG Style loves a hallway with a little sass. For a budget friendly option, she turned to her favorite stencil source, Royal Design Studio, and chose the Cheetah Spots Wall Stencil for this DIY project.
If you’re looking around for the perfect wallpaper – STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING! Come on over and check out our large collection of wall stencils that save you money compared to expensive wallpaper. It’s time to make your walls, eyes, and wallet happy. We’d love to share your stenciled walls with our readers! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, share them on our Facebook Page, or you can even Instagram your projects and tag us with #royaldesignstudio