Your walls and floors will never be the same once they meet these funky & fun wall stencils #Decor & Decorating#Do It Yourself#decor#decorating#diy#nursery decor#painting#room decor#wallpaper#walls Posted Apr 26 2018 Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Tin Tile Allover Wall Stencil from Gypsy Mint Stencils Related Post Cthulhus like to wind down, too: tentacle wall decal for your tub This tentacle wall decal from StickerBrand makes a good argument for sharing your bathtub with cephalopods and their ilk. Available in an amazing range of... Read more Wallpaper is making a comeback big time, wall decals are hot, but my favorite way to make a surface my own is with stencils. You can use any paint color combinations you want, layer stencils on top of other stencils, and have total control over the placement of the imagery. Win! Have you investigated the sheer amount of wall stencils you can nab online? Use 'em on the walls, on the floor (for a faux tile look or in place of a carpet!), or on a big piece of wood or canvas as artwork. Here are a few of my fave funky and chic wall stencils to try out on your big blank walls and floors… MONSTERA Plant Stencil fromStencilled Up NORDIC FOREST Repeat Wall Stencil from Dizzy Duck Designs UK SHARDS Wallpaper Stencil from Stencilled Up Arrow wall stencil from Homy Decor 4U Herringbone Hand-Drawn wall stencil from StenCilit Cupcake STENCIL from Create Cuts Sugar Skull stencil from Stencilled Up Italian Damask Wall Stencil from Royal Design Stencils Tunisian Tile Pattern stencil from Olive Leaf Stencils Starry Night Wall Stencil from Gypsy Mint Stencils Siberian Taiga Tree Decal from StenCilit Diamond Pattern STENCIL from Olive Leaf Stencils Tree Wall Stencil fromRoyal Design Stencils Stencil Blast from Cutting Edge Stencils CIRCULAR VINTAGE Lace Stencil from Stencilled Up Related Post This Tetris-inspired home decor will fit perfectly into your life Alright, last week we talked about home goods inspired by Final Fantasy, which is a video game I know nothing about. This week, let's talk about home goods inspired by… Read More Catherine Clark Catherine Clark loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur babies, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS Looking inward teaches me to accept myself as I am NEXT Bad Romance: Yes, I'm a feminist who loves romance novels (+ a Seattle event on May 8th!) Show/Hide comments [ 1 ] That looks intriguing for a lot of different surfaces! And instead of outgassing vinyl stick-on stuff you can use milk paint and have no fumes at all. Comments are closed.