There’s no better room to indulge yourself by applying your favorite decorating trends than the dining room. The dining room is where you can create an amazing space that’s as great for entertaining and special occasions as it is for daily dining. Whether your dining area is open-plan and includes the kitchen, or you have the luxury of a separate room, think like an interior designer and add some trendy DIY touches using stencils for walls and floors to stimulate the senses. Set your dining room with the colors and patterns you love, and you'll never be hungry for style satisfaction again. Check out these dining room makeovers that use wall stencils or floor stencils…
Here's a DIY dose of stencil inspiration from Erin's Art at City Farmhouse where she used our Anatola Tile Stencil on the floor of this trendy dining room. The blush pinks and soft blues look SO striking against the dark navy-gray wall!
Dare to dine in this jaw-dropping dining room? Creative Wall Designs turned this space into a show-stopper with our Elsabet Trellis Wall Stencil. This wall stencil is an especially dramatic design when stenciled on black, and the off-centered oval shapes are perfect when painted with a surprising spot of metallic shimmer. This pattern and paint combination definitely gives this dining room the look of Old Hollywood glam!
This dining room makeover features a metallic green ceiling that shimmers and reflects the ambient and natural lighting. The walls above the chair rail feature an embossed Flourish Allover Wall Stencil pattern in dark chocolate and metallic green. Below the chair rail, Ruby Rose Studio has created a tortoiseshell motif using layers of mottled Venetian plasters. The white trim provides a striking pop of contrast.
Plain, clear glass gets an upgrade! Our Endless Vine Furniture Stencil is used with a reverse glass stenciling technique on the underside of a dining table designed by Heather Bruno-Sears. Stenciling glass table tops is a great way to decorate the surface with style, but also to hide any imperfections, aging, and those pesky food spills! You can keep a glass dining table top looking beautiful for longer if it is stenciled.
Tiffany Alexander stenciled the Acanthus Trellis Wall Stencil with a Metallic Color Foil and metallic plaster. The walls look like embroidered fabric! She says, “I am drawn to stenciling because of the versatility and visual depth a stencil always adds to projects. I love that the same stencil can be used in both modern and traditional settings.”
Stencils are the perfect way to inexpensively create the look of expensive wallpaper in a formal dining room. Just check out Southern Inspiration’s stenciled walls – aren’t they fabulous? Our Contempo Trellis Wall Stencil and metallic paint makes this room chic!
Tawni DeYoung says, “We wanted an inexpensive option for flooring, so we decided to use porch paint and the Starry Moroccan Night Stencil to spiff it up! After caulking, we used 2 coats of primer, 2 coats of white paint, and then a charcoal layer with the stencil. We finished it off with a charcoal border and Polyacrylic sealant. We are so happy with the change!"
MD Haney Designs wanted to save enough money to do a major renovation to her dining room. During that time, the room was in limbo: stripped floor, bare walls, etc. As everyone knows, saving money takes time, so paint and Floor Stencils became her best friend in the meantime! Here’s what she did: She scraped, patched and cleaned her concrete floors. She applied two coats of Old White Chalk Paint® onto the entire floor and used Paris Grey Chalk Paint® with our Chez Ali Moroccan Stencil. Lastly, she used Annie Sloan Lacquer to seal the floor.
The Finishing Touch could have used expensive wallpaper in this dining room, but instead she used our Mansion House Grille Trellis Wall Stencil to create the same look but with the exact colors her client wanted. Her client is pretty happy about the affordable price too!
Get the same look you see in wedding magazines and blogs with decor that you can afford, customize, DIY, and stencil! Our Tribal Batik Stencil was used on Tanya List Design’s bohemian table runner and a modern wall backdrop above. This gorgeous stenciled DIY wedding décor idea is also featured on Instagram at @inspiredbythis! We’re inspired! How about you?
Make the modern magic happen with metallic! Valeria was inspired by the curves of Art Nouveau patterns and used our Fleur de Lily Damask Wall Stencil to decorate this dining room. The metallic paint adds a contemporary flair and makes it that much more swoon-worthy!
Do you have a room in your house that has just been taking forever to get where you want it? C’mon Get Crafty knew just the solution to her dining room design rut – a stenciled accent wall! She chose our Modern Moroccan Lace Wall Stencil and Modern Masters Snowflake Metallic Paint to stencil over a deep navy blue wall. She says, “The wonderful people at Royal Design Studio are all about customer service, and their advice had my project moving swiftly along.” And it came out perfectly! What a chic dining room makeover!
Sue Benyo painted these dining room walls with gold and used cheesecloth to apply a taupe brown paint. She then used Modern Masters Metallic Paints to stencil our Mughal Trellis Moroccan Wall Stencil. What an elegant, faux wallpaper effect!
Our Fabric Damask Wall Stencil in a gray and silver color scheme instantly creates the look of traditional elegance in Alana Elston’s dining room makeover. The white trim brings along a sense of refinement that pairs well with a nice dinner!
A room that dreams are made of using our Antoinette Damask Wall Stencil on the dining room walls and MICA Revolution natural mica on the ceiling. Thanks for sharing with us Jeanne Freels Hall! You rocked it!
Carte Blanche Upcycle’s customers love the wallpaper look, but don’t want the headache of installation and removal. That’s where we come in! Our Chloe Floral Trellis Wall Stencil is a modern pattern that is perfect for emphasizing a large accent wall without the hassle and expense of wallpaper.
Creative customer Cammi loves her stenciled wall so much that she still gets butterflies whenever she walks into her dining room! Her only regret was that she wishes she had stenciled this large accent wall with our Annapakshi Damask Wall Stencil sooner!
European style damask designs are go-to for decorating formal dining rooms. Paintress6 created this stunning stenciled space with the help of our Fortuny Damask Wall Stencil and embedded metallic plaster.
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: