When it comes to home decorating, you really can’t beat stencils for their versatility and ability to be used to decorate surfaces in your home from the floor to the ceiling. To prove this point we present pattern filled post featuring our popular Lisboa Tile Stencil.
Here’s a pretty purple pattern in a stenciled nursery! Pear Design Studio used a fun purple and white color combination with a splash of bright turquoise for an adorable baby room makeover. Our Lisboa Tile Wall Stencil and their patterned baby blanket on the crib look like they were designed to good together!
JLV Creative worked on a Moroccan themed restaurant that used this Mediterranean pattern on wall panels in one of the lounge’s vibrantly colored public baths. “We gathered inspiration images of fully tiled settings in Morocco as well as beautiful textiles and patterns that appealed to us.” The pink, orange, and purple color scheme adds sultry spice that blends in perfectly with the exotic.
Decorative painter Michelle Lopez used the Lisboa Tile Stencil on a bath renovation. This shows that you can use a larger scale stencil pattern in a smaller space and still get a great look. Rather than making the space seem smaller, a pattern on the wall can actually help to “open up” the space visually. We also love how exciting the fresh green color scheme looks! What a great to wake up to and take on the day!
Canadian designer Trish Johnston wanted to incorporate a large-scale graphic pattern on an accent wall with an indigo-inspired style. Different blue hues plus crisp white paint and our Lisboa Tile Stencil helped her achieve this look for a stylish shared teen room.
More blue hues, but this time in reverse colors. Talented high-end decorator David Hsueh designed this welcoming foyer accent wall with striking blues and our Lisboa Tile Stencil. Stenciling an accent wall like this is a great way to add a focal point to a room or entry way with a lot of style-and without spending a lot of money when you do it yourself.
We just have one word for this painted concrete floor by Patti Nickel; Amazing! Our Lisboa Tile Stencil is usually seen on walls and furniture, but the design works equally well to create a colorful allover concrete carpet effect. Stenciling on concrete is actually quite easy. You just need the right paint for concrete, some patience, and a good pair of knee pads!
Pretty Handy Girl Brittany spied this table by a dumpster and transformed the abandoned ugly duckling quickly into a painted swan with the Lisboa Tile Stencil and Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan. It became the perfect craft room table, and with the distressed paint technique it looks like it has been a loved part of the family for many years.
Our Lisboa Tile Stencil dazzles again! This beautiful vintage dining set was painted and stenciled by Jann Green with Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan, stained, and sealed with a water-based polyurethane to outlast just about anything! Knock on wood!
Our Lisboa Tile Stencil gave these two table tops a designer look but in two completely different ways! Girl in the Garage is impressed that she could get more bang for her buck by using 1 stencil in 2 different ways simply by changing up the paint colors! So, which table wears it better – gold glam or distressed gray??
This Chalk Painted table needed something extra to turn it from just a pretty blue table to a potential conversation piece. So Girl in the Garage topped it off with one of her favorite stencils – our Lisboa Tile Stencil!
Mrs. Jones Painted Finishes used Provence and Old White Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan and our Lisboa Tile Stencil for the front of these dresser drawers. The faded stencil technique gives it the look of lovely vintage lace.
Decorating a ceiling doesn’t have to be expensive! Joan Angwin found the perfect alterative with our Lisboa Tile Stencil. This tile ceiling mimics the look of rustic Old World tile without the hefty price tag. What a great idea!
Wow! That was a lot of different surfaces, interpretations, and opportunities to use this same Lisboa tile design! Are you now thinking of using this versatile stencil on your walls, furniture, or floors too? We’d love to see how your DIY stencil projects turn out! 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