We all have times and spaces in our lives where we want to decorate with our latest style or color crush but we don’t want to make a long term commitment. Well, here’s your perfect solution: DIY Wall Art Stencils on canvas instantly give your home a dose of patterned artwork without stenciling an entire wall. And when your style and taste (or rental!) changes on a whim, it’s easy to remove and start over. It’s the perfect DIY decorating choice for those with commitment issues, and we’ve got proof! Check out these 16 wonderful wall art stencil ideas:
With indigo blue as a trending style and decorating color, it’s a no brainer as to why this DIY wall art idea from Brepurposed is so popular! She used our Tribal Batik Stencil and abstract paint strokes to create stunning wall art over her boho style bedding. She especially loves how the stencil took out the guess work out of creating the actual pattern. All she had to do was place the stencil on top of the canvas and paint through the design. That’s it! There’s no need to be pattern designer or professional painter!
Not sure if an entire stenciled damask pattern wall is right for you? Then check this out! Swede Collection used our Fabric Damask Wall Stencil to add a design to her wall that she can easily move around or switch up.
This incredible and large custom-made artwork features urban-style elegance and layers of metallic silver textures with the Avignon Medallion Stencil realized in bronze relief. This stenciled wall art has a decadent, upscale look, making it the perfect addition to this urban glam living room.
Heather S. Thompson’s pretty wall art, bright florals, and (of course!) tea brighten up her mornings before work. Her distressed Corsini Damask Stenciled canvas wall art can be repositioned around her “eclectic feminine farmhouse style” house wherever she sees fits.
Shari wanted some outdoor decor that was easy and affordable. She found our Silk Road Suzani Craft Stencil, which is perfect for painting small scale pattern on crafts, and painted it directly on reclaimed wood to hang up outside her home. That’s what you call, bringing the indoor, OUT!
These DIY terracotta tiles would look beautiful as statement wall art or even as a kitchen backsplash, don’t you think? Watch the DIY stencil tutorial to see how to emboss your own terracotta-inspired wall art panels with Royal Design Studio Tile Stencils.
Another great stenciled wall art idea uses dimensional wood shapes paired with dimensional stenciling. See the full DIY tutorial on how to stencil elegant embossed wall art in less than a day! Best of all, the Wall Art Wood Shapes are removable and can be repainted or rearranged in any number of ways when you are ready to update your look! This would be a great look on any focal point wall, including over a bed to create an elegant faux headboard or over a fireplace mantle.
Watercolor wall art is so trendy right now! And you can paint a masterpiece with a pretty pattern! See the full DIY wall art tutorial by My Patch of Blue Sky for tips on how to use stencils, Annie Sloan Soft Wax, and watercolor paints.
The rustic Old World look has always been a classic and timeless decorating trend. Like a lot of things, the beauty of encaustic tile is in its ever-so-slight imperfections. Spanish Tile Stencils and distressing help give the design a handmade, worn cement look as timeless as the real original tiles. Watch the DIY decor tutorial video to see how to create your own encaustic tile wall art!
The only thing better than a wall art pieces is multiple wall art pieces! Ruby Rose Studio created this knockout 15 piece wall art collection with a color soft champagne, metallic silver, and smoky blue color palette. Inspired by the luscious flowers of Japanese design, our Kyoto Flower Wall Stencil used here has flowing vines to add a tranquil feel to the space.
Little Red Brick House shares a great DIY project idea that would only take only one afternoon: Use our Rockin’ Roses Stencil, cork sheeting, and a picture frame to create a one of a kind corkboard! She is thrilled with how her project turned out, and since these stencils are reusable, she says she can’t wait to use this pattern again an even larger scale project.
You can literally show that your house is indeed your home with this outdoor HOME wall art stencil project! Ali Kay of Positive Space loves the look of stencils and Modern Masters patina products so she decided to take on a personal project for her own home. See the full DIY wall art tutorial on how to make your space a little more “home”-y with wall letters.
My Patch of Blue Sky painted on the back of tempered glass (a technique called reverse-stenciling) with multiple Royal Stencil Cremes, Tribal Batik Wall Stencil, and metal leaf to create funky stenciled artwork. Read the full DIY decor tutorial here.
Here's an easy project for a dorm room or apartment! Moria used our Toubkal Lace Wall Stencil on multiple tile canvases to create eye-catching wall art above her couch. This wall art idea is perfect in case she decides to rearrange her living room or move!
The Silly Pearl's piano area was missing something. She then found our Akita Japanese Wall Stencil and knew it would make the perfect wall art! She says, "I really, really, REALLY can’t believe how easy the stencil was to use and how quickly my project came together." We love this gorgeous color combination too!
The Empty Nest gave this vinyl floor cloth an artistic look using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® and our Francesca Floral Furniture Stencil. She says, “Could be my new obsession. It’s like art you can walk on!!” This stenciled watercolor art can also be done on canvas and hung up on your wall :)
If you are inspired and want to stencil your own DIY wall art, 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. Looking for more Stencil Techniques using fabric stencils like this? Check out these other stencil ideas and tutorials: