Statement floors with tiles are having a major moment right now, but real ceramic and concrete tiles tend to come with a hefty price tag. We are loving the budget-savvy solution that home decorators are raving about… Tile Stencils for painting floors! These affordable designs can be painted DIRECTLY OVER your old, worn, or just plain boring floors to look like the stunning tiles that can be spotted everywhere these days. No ripping, installing, or grouting of new tile needed! Stenciling can be done all on your own. It’s so DIY friendly that everyone is doing it! Need proof? Check out all the amazing stenciled tile floors below!
Life On Shady Lane painted over her old 1950's ceramic bathroom tiles and used our Lisboa Tile Stencil to create budget-friendly concrete tile look that is ALL over Pinterest and Instagram. Check out those happy feet!
Crackle and Teal is shown finishing up their floor with our Anatolia Tile Stencil in a classic black and white color scheme. Their concrete floor now looks like gorgeous custom tiles. Good to know you are able to finish off stenciling wall edges easily by bending our durable stencils into the corners and stenciling the design all the way into the edges!
Expensive Italian tile? NOPE! Cara’s Color Me Vintage used our Toledo Tile Stencil and Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® a distressed look on her tile floor to look exactly like the real deal... for a fraction of the cost!
Concrete patios don’t need to be boring and bare! Old Brand New painted his concrete patio with our All The Angles Moroccan Stencil in beautiful blues. He then added plants and bohemian style pillows to create a Mediterranean oasis that will withstand foot traffic and New Orleans weather!
Can you believe this is a linoleum floor?? Home On Fernhill stenciled her old worn linoleum floor with our Lisboa Tile Stencil... Stenciling saved her from the pain and cost of refinishing. Plus, her bathroom now matches her gorgeous home’s farmhouse style!
Jinju Choi says, “My neighbors compliment my new home project so much. I stenciled my patio, breakfast bar, and kitchen backsplash by myself. I used Graphite, French Linen, and Louis Blue Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® with the Mediterranean Tile Stencil Set. Thank you!”
The kitchen can be both fun AND functional! Brown Acres stenciled right over her old 80’s vinyl flooring with our All The Angles Stencil - and now she has an inspiring incentive to be here. We won't tell if you just admire the transformation rather than finish up making dinner! ;)
Dip your toes into redecorating your floor without diving head first into refinishing. Creativity In The Cornbelt painted our Camel Bone Moroccan Weave Stencil directly on her floor. It's a quick, easy, and inexpensive fix to hiding wear and tear to concrete, hardwood, and vinyl flooring.
Concrete floors ROCK! Why? Concrete is durable, economical, and easy to clean! Here's an easy DIY fix to turn your concrete floors from merely functional into fabulous... Floor Stencils! Spoonful of Imagination used our Anatolia Tile Stencil with a distressed painting technique that gives it a gorgeous vintage vibe.
Aileen Goldstein painted our Lisboa Tile Stencil in a bright blue on her patio to create a custom rug look that welcomes visitors beautifully. She says, "I was inspired by Pinterest stencil projects I came across while looking for ways to add curb appeal and originally to our cookie cutter home. I was smitten with the potential of stencils and decided to jump in with a front porch project.”
We spotted our Anatolia Tile Stencil on Frugal and Crafty's floor! She ripped out her ugly 70s carpet and stenciled the subfloor. Now her dining room has a faux tile floor that she painted all by herself.
Sherry Godfrey used the VERY popular Lisboa Tile Stencil "to look like there is a rug under the front porch swing. The stencil design survived the Michigan winter no problem!" What a great place to pass some quality time!
This is a truly remarkable LAMINATE floor transformation! Idle Hands Awake used our Marbella Tile Stencil to paint directly over and cover her laminate floor in her entry way. SUPER budget friendly and SO pretty!
Do you ever feel like ripping out your old carpet and starting fresh, but your budget isn't cooperating? Instead of replacing what she ripped out, The Crowned Goat kept the concrete beneath exposed and stenciled it with our Lisboa Tile Stencil. She says, "We wanted our bedroom concrete floor to have a tile pattern that would have an elegant feel we could easily mix with our Southern style. I can't believe how much the tile stencil changed the look of the concrete floors. If you're new to stenciling, Royal Design Studio has a wide range of tutorials and videos."
This gray and white stenciled floor wax painted by Stefani for Spread Kitchen and is just doggone delectable! Our Lisboa Tile Stencil was the perfect pattern to pretty up this concrete floor.
Kim Kensinger says, “I have done a great deal of work to my kitchen over the past year. However, I wasn't sure how I wanted to deal with my dated beige tile floor. Then I discovered some beautiful examples of painted tile floors on your website. I started by painting the tile a warm gray. Next I used the Marbella Tile Stencil. The three colors I used were white, ivory, and metallic silver.” Color this kitchen GORGEOUS!
Do you have a floor stencil project in the works? We’d love what you’re up to with Tile Stencils and would like to share your beautiful stencil projects with our readers! Email us at email@example.com, share them on our Facebook Page, or Instagram your Royal Design Studio stencil projects and tag us with #royaldesignstudio.
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Hi Brittnee! You can stencil and paint directly over your offset tiles. Grout lines are of no issue because the eye is drawn toward the pattern not the grout line once it’s painted over.
Are there any tutorials for painting tile that were laid offset?
Hi! Our stencils are durable and reusable. They create a beautiful stenciled floor – and if you follow our video tutorial instructions, you’re stenciled floor will last years and years :)