Project Nursery features chic, stylish nurseries and kid’s rooms on a daily basis. It’s a “go to” inspiration site for many families getting ready to welcome a new baby home. Pretty patterned accent walls are the “IT” trend in nurseries, but designer wallpaper and custom murals can be costly, so what’s a budget conscious mommy-to-be to do? The good news is that Wall Stencils offer the opportunity to introduce dreamy patterns in your new nursery, and you don’t have to be an artist or spend a lot of money to achieve the look you want. Project Nursery loves this stenciling alternative so much that they have featured our stencils 11 times!! Wonder what they’ve been saying about our stencils? Sit back and kick up your feet because we are going to show you some money-saving and mommy-approved ideas using Nursery Wall Stencils:
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. She says, “The stencil turned out like a work of art. If you're a DIY-er then I would highly recommend Royal Design Studio Stencils for your next stencil project.”
LiliDesign wanted to create a luxe nursery that was super girly with bright pinks and bold patterns. She says, “I love the wall stencil! It adds so much interest to the room and is the perfect scale.” Like the nursery above, she also used the Ribbon Damask Wall Stencil to decorate an accent wall. However, she used pink instead of lilac. Stencils allow you to use whatever colors that inspire you!
Haneen Matt is drawn to stenciling because she is a lover of pattern (like us!). Stencils are a great way to layer pattern in a room in a unique way and create a bold statement. In this shared girls’ room, our Skylar’s Lace Floral Wall Stencil is painted in sunny yellow on an accent wall, while our Chevron Stencil is painted in bright pink on the beds. She says, “Loved the idea of mixing something modern like chevron with something dainty and pristine like lace.”
FHJ Baby decided she wanted to a nursery makeover that focused on chic decor and delicate details. She fell in love with the pink and tan color combination and our Acanthus Trellis Wall Stencil was the perfect way to apply the elegant look she was envisioning onto the walls.
Tisha loves when a room is as beautiful as it is functional. A big bonus for her is a room is budget-conscious, all the white looking fabulous and far more expensive than it is. A lot of her baby girl’s nursery décor is DIY, including the Feathered Damask Stenciled accent wall.
Tonya says, “Designing our little girl’s nursery will forever be one of my favorite memories.” And that’s because she did it herself with DIY projects made out of love. She originally wanted to stencil an accent wall in her daughter’s nursery, but because she had very textured walls, she instead stenciled some canvases with our Rockin’ Roses Wall Stencil and hung them as wall art! Another benefit to this is that she can move them around if she were to rearrange the room. What a great DIY idea!
A sweet rose, peachy, and with a heart of gold… Why not decorate your baby’s nursery with décor that describes their adorable personalities? Aimee brought together a Rockin’ Roses Stenciled wall, peach colored accents, and metallic gold paint to create a well thought-out nursery that reminds her of her child.
Teresa is a lover of Pinterest, and kept seeing accent walls and coral dressers trending on Pinterest nursery boards. She realized she didn’t need to decorate every wall in her little girl’s nursery, but instead just paint one with our Herringbone Shuffle Wall Stencil in coral, aqua, and gray to make a statement. Stenciling a single accent wall sets the tone for an entire room, don’t you think?
The Cards We Drew zigged instead of zagged and decided to use her Herringbone Shuffle Wall Stencil to create a painted headboard. How creative is that?? She stenciled it for her son’s room using four colors and hung a fab custom monogram she bought for him over it. The colors, furniture choices and pattern created a preppy room that will remain classic as he grows.
We’re seeing shades of purple in baby room decor a lot these days, and Cozy Home Interiors shows just how charming the color can be. This traditional lilac nursery is right on trend with the beautiful color choice and all the other soft, feminine details —we adore that crib canopy and the tone-on-tone Moorish Trellis stenciled accent wall. Lilac nursery stencils has never looked so lovely!
Do It on a Dime says that you don’t have to spend a lot of money to create a cute nursey. As proof, she decorated her son’s nursery with bright and cheery blues and our budget-friendly Circling Allover Wall Stencil She says the stenciling process was so easy that "even if you stink at painting like I do, you can totally stencil.” Ease and affordability are top priorities of any sleep-deprived mommy, so stenciling is a better way to go for nursery decorating.
These moms are thrilled with their results and swear by DIY decorating and Nursery Wall Stencils. If you are inspired and want to stencil your own, we’d 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.