Spice up your home décor with Latin American Art Stencils! Check out how you can use our Talavera Tile Otomi Folk Stencils to bring Latin flavor into your home:
Talavera Tile Wall Art and Furniture Stencils
The applications for hand painted Talavera tile are nearly endless. You might decide to tie your kitchen walls and floor together by using a border of Talavera tile around the back of the backsplash as well as peppering Talavera tiles at certain intersections of otherwise plain floor tile. While blue and white are the traditional colors for this kind of hand painted tile, our line of Talavera tile also includes yellow, red, green, and black so you can pair it with more color schemes. You may not be ready to try your hand at creating an authentic Talavera Tile, but you can certainly recreate the look with the help of stencils and bold and bright paint colors.
A quick and easy way to add tile to your home décor is to NOT use tile! So how does that work? With tile stencils! Rose Morton used our Talavera Tile Stencils to create a faux tile look that is easy and affordable to DIY! With the help of stencils, she added a cozy feel to her fireplace surround and a coastal beach look to her vanity.
This DIYer knew tile was not in the works for her kitchen remodel – it was just too expensive! Instead, she used our Talavera Tile Stencils to mimic the look of those gorgeous ceramic tiles seen in Mexico or Spain. The blues, greens, and Tuscany yellow paint colors look divine!
You don’t have to go south of the border to bring home a colorful Mexican Talavera tile table with a fun, folk art flair! This popular DIY using our Talavera Tile Stencils shows you how to stencil your own faux tile table. Zero tile-laying experience required! What’s even better is you can follow this tutorial with any of our Tile Stencils to create any style you want!
Otomi Folk Wall Art and Damask Stencils
Globally inspired tribal elements are a huge design trend this year. One of these haute and trending global textile patterns is that of the ‘Tenango textiles’ embroidered by the Otomi Indians in Mexico and thereby more popularly known as ‘Otomi textiles’. We are in love with the nature inspired, fun and whimsical Otomi patterns!
Debbie Hayes of My Patch of Blue Sky had a painted furniture idea and vision in mind- something that had a neutral and soft look on the outside and a bold surprise on the inside. She narrowed it down to our Otomi Folk Art Damask Stencil and bold mixtures of many Chalk Paint® colors. We love how she let her inner stencilista out to play on the inside of this cabinet! Aren’t we all a little wild on the inside? Check out how to recreate this look with this stencil tutorial: A Shabby Chic DIY Stenciled Cabinet with a Surprise!
We tried these stencils on one of our favorite Ikea products – the Ikea Hack. This DIY will let you create something exotic out of a mere $8 table! We also tried stenciling the Otomi pattern on fabric and the outcome was a fabulous looking table runner that would otherwise cost you at least a couple of hundred bucks!
FAN-tastic metallic wall finish by Vanessa! We love how the light catches different parts of the metallic paint and makes it dazzle! This beautifully stenciled Latin American art take houseguests on a journey to Mexico every time they climb the stairs.
Spring and summer are the seasons for flea and farmers markets. And of course we need bags to carry our vintage finds, bundles of flowers and vegetables. What’s perfect for a summery tote bag? Otomi patterns in bright colors! And with that, you have a fun, festive and colorful tote bag ready for those summer shopping sprees. This Otomi Tote bag makes for a thoughtful one-of-a-kind gift too. You can even paint with your gift recipient’s favorite color.
I’m Always Nesting needed to decorate her little boy’s room in a way that would grow with him. He loves animals, so when she found our Otomi Folk Wall Art Stencil, she knew she had a starting point. She says, “It's playful, but in the right colors, it can be subtle, and not too theme-y.”
Whether you use Talavera Tile Stencils, Otomi Folk Art Stencils, or a combination of the two, your home will be a Latin escape that is saturated with the local flavor. It’s easy to create this Spanish or South American look for cheap, and even if your taste is the not the spicy flavor traditionally adorned with bright color, you can personalize it with your favorite colors! We want to see your DIY projects using our Latin American Stencils! Email us firstname.lastname@example.org, share them on our Facebook Page, or you can even Instagram your projects and tag us with #royaldesignstudio.