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  • The Balcony Room, I got my inspiration for this room from the "Turkish Smoking Room" at the Victoria Mansion in Portland Maine. But I went with Victorian designs instead of the Moorish Design in The Victoria Mansion. I hope you see why., Other Spaces Design

    The Balcony Room

    10 photos, 3,529 Views, Flag

  • Custom Stenciled Shower Curtains! , I couldn't find a shower curtain that had a designer look but wasn't designer prices, so I decided to stencil my own. I found my Ikat <a href="http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com">stencil</a> at cuttingedgestencils.com and love it! , Bathrooms Design

    Custom Stenciled Sho...

    5 photos, 2,046 Views, Flag

  • Triptych Wall Art using Stencils , My bedroom was in desperate need of some art and I figured instead of buying something that was probably too expensive and not exactly what I was looking for, I would make my own art with some <a href="http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com" target="_blank">stencils</a> I already had and some new ones I purchased., Bedrooms Design

    Triptych Wall Art usi...

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  • Big Boy Adventurer Bedroom with Reverse Stencil Dresser, In anticipation of his baby sister's moving into the nursery, we created a big-boy bedroom for my son using colorful patterns and whimsical details.  Some of the items moved with him from the nursery; others were thrifted; others were purchased new and one iconic feature, a reverse-stenciled dresser, was DIYed.  The best feature of this room is that in addition to everything being toddler/preschooler accessible the design is both fun for a little boy and beautiful for his parents., Boys' Rooms Design

    Big Boy Adventurer Be...

    19 photos, 4,113 Views, Flag

  • Fresh kids bathroom, My goal for the bathroom was to give it a fun, youthful feel without making it feel completely like a kiddy bathroom. I wanted something that they can grow into by changing accessories and that still works for a guest bathroom., Bathrooms Design

    Fresh kids bathroom

    6 photos, 644 Views, Flag

  • My updated bedroom, My bedroom has undergone some changes lately, have a look and see what you think! I have to add a post script here after some comments. I chose to only stencil the wall behind the bed as I wanted a subtle feature wall, I would not be happy to see the whole room stencilled. I will be putting in a padded headboard as soon as I can afford to pay for the materials. Things are expensive in Australia!! The last photo shows the new artwork I made for the wall above the desk one day I may put in a mirror there. I hope everyone enjoys looking, I will post more photos when I finish the room!, Bedrooms Design

    My updated bedroom

    6 photos, 2,153 Views, Flag

  • Outdoor Escape with Stenciled Concrete, A coat of complete gray overlay was sprayed on the clean stamped surface using a hopper gun. Once dry, the stencil was laid down and a colored overlay skim coat was sprayed over the stencil. The stencil was removed a few minutes after application revealing a brand new look!, Patios & Decks Design

    Outdoor Escape with S...

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  • Sophisticated (Almost Tween) Girls' Room, Tiffany box tween girls' bedroom with punches of black and silver of make the space sophisticated. Entirely DIY done on a budget of $400., Girls' Rooms Design

    Sophisticated (Almost...

    10 photos, 3,179 Views, Flag

  • Stenciled Kitchen Backsplash, For a while, I was trying to figure out an alternative to tile for a kitchen backsplash. I would love to get a real deal in a form of, let's say, a cool glass mosaic tile, but not with the cabinets that we have right now. If down the road, we decide to stay in this house for several years, then I would want to get some nice custom cabinetry with a backsplash to go with it. But for now, I wouldn't want to spend money on the tile backsplash that will be ruined if we decide to change the cabinets.
Anyway, I thought that geometric stencil might actually do the trick.
So, here is the before and after kitchen backsplash. I used bronze stencil cream and dry brushing application method.

Btw, I did also paint the kitchen cabinets myself. Originally they were this horrible orange wood color that made them look extremely cheap. , Kitchens Design

    Stenciled Kitchen Bac...

    4 photos, 2,366 Views, Flag

  • Decoupage and Stencil Accent Wall, I needed an accent wall to anchor this room.  The other walls are white painted paneling.  Once I skimmed this wall smooth, I colored Kraft paper in a marbled look using a dark gray to match the sofa.  The stenciling was with metallic paints in a varied surface application for lots of interest and energy.  Hope you like it., Living Rooms Design

    Decoupage and Stencil ...

    5 photos, 664 Views, Flag

  • All Grown-Up Master Bedroom, After renovating our Master Bathroom (see Five-Star Italian Bathroom) our Master Bedroom needed to be spruced up., Bedrooms Design

    All Grown-Up Master ...

    12 photos, 813 Views, Flag

  • Stenciling and other faux painting, Several examples of using painting techniques to add detail, Other Spaces Design

    Stenciling and other f...

    6 photos, 340 Views, Flag

  • Goodbye Builder's Oak: Budget Kitchen Transformation, Here is what $1200 can do!  ***Still a work in progress, but here's our story***  

We remodeled two homes located over 200 miles apart at the time we started this kitchen remodel.  BOTH were on a tight budget and with resale in mind, but we invested in some key elements.  We transformed this builders' grade oak kitchen with standard vinyl flooring, into a vintage-inspired kitchen with a French twist.  

Here are all of the elements:

*  Cabinet refacing, using Rust-o-Leum Cabinet Transformations  = $149.00  

*  Stenciled Backsplash, "Springtime in Paris" stencil from Royaldesignstudio.com  = $100 stencil

*  New Roman shade from SelectBlinds.com 

*  Drum light from Lumens.com by Elements, grasscloth $267

*  Flooring from BestLaminate.net @ $1.99 sq. ft.

(In progress)
*  Butcher Block Island--IKEA butcher block in oak = $169 each.  

We drove 150 miles each way for our butcher block, spliced them together + added a roomy 15" extension.   (This added space for 3 more people!) - a great entertainment addition!

*  Corbels from Architectural Depot (supports for island) = $74 ea x2 

Some finishing touches are still being added, but we would love to know what you think!, Kitchens Design

    Goodbye Builder's Oak...

    14 photos, 10,518 Views, Flag

  • Updating a Combined Dining/Living Space with a Stencil Wall Focal Point, I loved the layout of my dining room but it was boring.  I installed a new glam light fixture, painted a stencil wall to create an interesting focal point, painted my existing dining table black and added my own wall photography and some accent pieces!, Dining Rooms Design

    Updating a Combined D...

    6 photos, 794 Views, Flag

  • Alphabet Stencil - Gender Neutral, Before our first child was born, we struggled with choosing a theme for the nursery.  We went with the gender neutral color, pale sage green.  The nursery's best feature is the wall design that was created with letter stencils.   The design is comprised of the letters of mine and my husband's name, along the year our first child was to be born.  We arranged the huge letter stencils on the wall and painted them different shades of green.  It came out awesome!  We chose chocolate brown furniture for the rocking chair and the cutest convertible crib we could find.  , Nurseries Design

    Alphabet Stencil - Ge...

    2 photos, 862 Views, Flag

  • Raised Stencil in Bathroom, I didnt want to put a wallpaper border up in my bathroom and I couldnt find a stencil that went with my shower curtain so I made my own and used wall plaster to give me a 3-d effect.  It was awesome and so much fun to do!  I free handed the image from my shower curtain cut it out of stencil paper and then applied my wall plaster or joint compound with a putty knife.. it was so much fun., Bathrooms Design

    Raised Stencil in Bat...

    4 photos, 2,238 Views, Flag

  • Tuscan half bath, This is the only room on my first floor that is painted and decorated and I loved how it turned out.  I used a textured paint product to decorate the walls., Bathrooms Design

    Tuscan half bath

    5 photos, 4,945 Views, Flag

  • classy brown master bath, master bathroom, browns and off-white, jacuzzi tub and dual sinks with vanity.  Painted stencil, new home only 2 months old, a work in progress, Bathrooms Design

    classy brown master ba...

    4 photos, 222 Views, Flag

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