Wallpaper or Stencils
Stencils are a great DIY alternative to wallpaper for a number of reasons. With stencils you have an easy no mess application, stencils are much more affordable, they are reusable and to top it off you can choose the perfect paint colors to match the rest of your home decor. In addition, with stencils there isn’t a big commitment. If you decide to update your wall decor, you can easily paint over your stenciled wall, and update it with another stencil. With wallpaper, you have to strip it off of the walls which is messy, time consuming and altogether a huge drag. The same thing goes for home decor projects. We have found some great wallpaper decor projects and provide beautiful stencil alternatives to get the same look.
Wallpaper Table Top – Get the Look with Stencils
We love the look of this table we found on Better Homes and Gardens. Instead of dealing with messy glue, get a similar look with Cutting Edge Stencils’ Peony Grande stencil. You can buy stencils like the Peony Grande for as little as $13.95! Again, if you want to update your home decor, you can always just paint over your table-top and try a different stencil pattern in the future instead of making the commitment of glueing down wallpaper. Get the look without the hassle using stencils! Be sure to check out our detailed blog post and video on how to stencil furniture so that you can be prepared for your next hassle free DIY home decor project.
DIY Decorative Shutters
These decorative shutters found on Better Homes and Gardens are stunning! Want this look but can’t afford expensive trendy wallpaper? Try Cutting Edge Stencils’ Damask Harmony stencil as an alternative. Once you are finished with this DIY home decor project, move on to the next! Unlike wallpaper, our stencils are reusable so you can use your stencil for plenty projects to come.
Beautiful Wall Art
These wallpaper panels found on Better Homes and Gardens add so much color and style to this room! Instead of going out and trying to find wallpaper that has the exact color and design you need for your space, use scrap paper or cheap craft paper and stencil it for the same look! Cutting Edge Stencils’ Peony Allover stencil and Parsley Blooms stencils are a great alternative for the look we found on Better Homes and Gardens and you can customize the paint colors to match your room decor perfectly!
Interested in getting these looks? Here’s what you can do next!
- Shop Cutting Edge Stencils for lots of different stencil patterns and designs.
- While your are there, leave a Cutting Edge Stencils stencil review.
- Find Cutting Edge Stencils on Facebook for even more inspiring photos.
- Visit Benjamin Moore’s website for paint color combination ideas.
- Get inspiration from Better Homes and Gardens.
Thanks and stay tuned for more DIY stencil features!