Bathroom Revamp Using A Stencil

Bathroom Revamp Using A Stencil

Beth Zeigler
Mar 26, 2010

When I first saw my apartment (before moving in), I knew that the bathroom overhaul would take priority over everything else. Because of its small size (and having to share it with someone), I knew the vein blue paint and awful lighting were going to drive me nuts. So with a lot of inspiration from this picture--combined with a post from Gregory and Abby, I got to work.

In order to open up the space and help it breathe a little, I knew the lighting had to go. The switch was easy with a little help from this post and my new IKEA lighting made the space feel instantly bright. Next up, picking out the perfect stencil from Royal Design Studio. It was a tough choice but I finally decided on this one from their Moroccan Collection. To bring the stencil to life, I chose The Isle of Capri from Behr paints and finished the space off with a teak bath mat and accessories. I'd still like to have a longer shower curtain and I'm on a mission to find one or two long, rectangular vintage framed artwork pieces to hang where I didn't stencil (above the sink and between the medicine cabinet and door frame). You can also view the "Before" pics of the bathroom on the 3rd row.


Snow Fall, Behr Premium Plus; $21.96
Isle of Capri, Behr Premium Plus; $11.98
Moroccan Inlay, Royal Design Studio; $19.80 + shipping
SÄVERN Double hook (2), IKEA; $4.99/piece
White Switch Plate, Home Depot; $2.99
KNODD Bin with lid, IKEA; $14.99
Pollenex™ Solid Teak Shower Mat, Bed, Bath & Beyond; $39.99
FADO Pendant downlight, IKEA; $29.99

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