Just because you’re decorating for a special little someone doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice style points. In fact, a nursery or kid’s room is a great place to get super creative! Whether you’re adding fun pattern to their walls or furniture, the possibilities for a well-designed room with Kid’s Room & Nursery Stencils are surprisingly endless. Here are 20 ideas from creative parents that their kids love and you will too!
Baby Girl Nursery Stencils
Look who is all smiles after her daddy painted her wall with our Polka Hearts Wall Stencil! Baby Rabies is impressed with what a little purple paint and stencil magic can do for her daughter’s bedroom! She says, “I didn’t realize what a kick ass photo backdrop this would be until I took these pictures. Looking forward to many more bed-jumping photo shoots!”
This little girl’s room is rockin’ with cute wall décor and pink bedding! Hello Darling Interiors says the Rockin’ Roses Wall Stencil is her and her daughter’s favorite part of the room, and Pottery Barns Kids loves it so much that they featured it on their Instagram page!
If your kids’ closet doors are open (okay, a lot of the time…) then you might as well decorate the inside and make it look pretty! A Girl and a Glue Gun gave the inside her daughter’s closet a trendy, modern look with our Deco Flower Stencils and Polka Party Wall Stencil!
Shades of Blue Interiors’ daughter’s room was big enough for a bed and not much else. But just because it is small, doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be functional and beautiful. Don’t these Esperanza Lace Tile Stenciled Walls make this tiny room appear bigger? It’s simple to take otherwise boring white walls and transform the room into something beautiful without spending a lot of money! See how you can recreate this look with the full DIY tutorial.
Little Moon Clothing loves layering patterns, so it was a no brainer that she would use wall stencils to add some visual interest in her baby girl’s nursery. The bright teal and metallic gold paint gives our Peacock Fancy Wall Stencil an exotic boho chic look. This little one is a fashionista in the making!
Our Deco Pearls Damask Wall Stencil is an art deco inspired pattern. Danette Black played off this design with metallic paint to bring a touch of glamour and allure to this baby girl’s nursery. The Hollywood Regency and Gatsby Glam look is IN and this wall stencil does just the trick!
This little girl is going to be so happy! Divine Rooms made dreams come true for this princess with this pink and metallic gold accent wall. Our Acanthus Trellis Wall Stencil adds a regal touch to a girl’s room that can grow with her from tween years to teen. This trend is timeless and classy!
Divine Rooms named this sweet nursery “Soft Clouds and Cotton Candy”. She used a grey colorwash technique with a pink accent along with our Raj Trellis Indian Wall Stencil. Isn’t it sweet and dreamy?
Maison de Pax was excited for the opportunity to decorate her daughter’s new room, but was hesitant to spend a lot of money and effort on something that wouldn’t last past her nursery years. Good news! There is a solution! A proven way to save some serious cash on bedroom decorating that grows with your child is with wall stencils. Stenciling our Esperanza Lace Tile Wall Stencil creates a high end custom wallpaper look without breaking the budget.
Rescued Refurnishings gave this little princess’ nursery the royal treatment with our Elegancia Damask Wall Stencil and gold leaf. The gorgeous chandelier and hanging canopy add to the breathtaking allure of the damask wallpaper look.
Rockabye Mommy used our Ribbon Damask Wall Stencil to sweeten up an accent wall in this lovely lilac nursery! The contemporary design and trendy lilac and white color scheme instantly gave the nursery a designer look.
Baby Boy Nursery Stencils
Homeology Modern Vintage gave a fresh, modern twist to her little boy’s closet walls with our Pinwheel Wall Art Stencil. She says, “The great thing about this particular stencil is its free form design. You can be as structured or as random as you like with it which makes it a whole lot of fun to work with.” The stenciled design turned out great, especially with the fun pops of blue and metallic.
HTS Design loves using our Herringbone Shuffle Wall Stencil in nurseries because the design is so versatile. The herringbone pattern is traditional, but playful, making it perfect for a baby boy’s nursery. This design invites you to use multiple colors and effortlessly combines a complex color palette onto a visually appealing accent wall. What a cool concept!
We can never get enough cuteness to fit into a nursery! Kathy LeBouef brought a whole accent wall of cuteness to her little boy’s room with the help of our Circling Allover Wall Stencils. She used a calming blue and white color palette but these modern stencils also look fun in multiple colors!
We’re bringing on the diamonds with this fun Harlequin Stencil wall finish that shows you how to stencil with pattern on pattern AND use stencils more playfully on a wall surface. How?? By starting to stencil your pattern more completely at the bottom of the wall and then allow the pattern to “break up” a bit as it travels upwards. Not only does this idea mean that you can get your stenciling done faster, it also makes for a more personal and creative stencil finish. Read the full DIY tutorial to see how we did it!
What better way to introduce your little one to the world than with nature inspired woodland patterns on an accent wall? Marissa Pratt created an allover tree wallpaper look our affordable Timberland Bonnie Christine Wall Stencil in this black and white nursery. This chic and traditional color scheme will also be appropriate for her son at any age, making the room budget friendly in short AND long run!
Consider the Peel is expecting that her little one is going to love their newly decorated nursery, especially the stenciled walls! This Otomi Folk Art Wall Stencil and handstitched quilt adds a playful dose of adventure and folk whimsy to this blue baby’s room. If you’re decorating for a little girl, you can switch up the color scheme to include playful pinks.
Decorating a kids room or making your room into a boho beauty? You’ll need a furniture stencil that is versatile and can add instant style. Check out how our Otomi Folk Art Furniture Stencil and Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloancan add a bit of adventure and folk whimsy to Phoenix and Carpet’s dresser drawers. This piece would look amazing in a rustic styled room as well as a little boy’s room!
Let your kids’ walls shine bright with stencils! Splendid Design decorated a fun playroom and put a twinkle in her kids’ eyes with our Polka Star Wall Stencil. Now her kids won’t want to leave from playing in this cute and FUN space! Who else wants to shoot for the moon and land among the stars?
We're seeing a super cool trend of repurposing closets and using them as desk nooks! It’s a really cool idea because it saves quite a bit of room when there isn’t a desk protruding further into the room. However, a stenciled wall is key to making this new nook a creative and productive workspace! The Happy Housie decorated her sons’ closet-now-nook with our Timberland Wall Stencil and they are thrilled! What do you think??
Nursery stencils are a great way to add instant style to your baby’s room décor, whether you keep it neutral or use bold colors. We love to share your beautiful stencil projects with our readers! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, share them on our Facebook Page, or Instagram your stencil projects and tag us with #royaldesignstudio.