4 Places To Use A Stencil In the Bathroom

4 Places To Use A Stencil In the Bathroom

Abby Stone
Mar 4, 2010
White fixtures, plain walls, dull tiles. Not much you can do in a bathroom short of renovating...or is there? Why not try a stencil? It's easy, it's cheap and there are all sorts of ways to use a stencil in a bathroom to decorate it and make it your own. Stencil your floor: Follow Gregory's lead and liven up your bathroom floor with a stencil and some colour. With one stencil used four different ways, you can make these awesome faux-tiles. Stencil your walls: We love the look of wallpaper in the bathroom but it can be expensive to buy or hang or it can peel. Get the look of wallpaper by stenciling a pattern on the walls. Here's how to do a repeating pattern! Stencil a shade, a towel or a rug: A window shade is a great place to try out a stencil. Get ambitious and stencil a design on a towel! Stencil your fixtures: Your toilet tank, your sink, even your bathtub can get the stencil treatment. [image from this post, where you'll find more examples of stenciled walls used in the bathroom]
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