Some of you have been interested in the Moroccan inspired Laundry Room Stencil from an earlier post. Feel free to download a PDF here!

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Be sure to resize as you see fit to suit the pattern for your wall. The laundry room pattern was actually larger than an 8.5 x 11 sheet. So you may want to increase your print out by tiling your sheets when printing (Alternatively, you can increase the printout size with a photocopier). Once you have your print-out, trace on to some acetate (I found mine at a local office supplies store), cut it out, and you’re ready to go.

NOTE: Make sure you leave in some tabs on your finished stencil to hold on the centre area! (You can paint over them later on ;). I did my second coat by hand to paint over the gaps left by the tabs, and to smooth out the edges and any small mistakes.

Happy Stenciling!

– Fresh Crush

6 Responses

  1. Beautiful project, I would like to do that design on my dining room, would you please tell me what are the tones you used for the paints?
    Thank you so much for sharing

    1. Thanks so much Lisseth, and good luck with your dining room! The yellow colour is Benjamin Moore 2154-40 (York Habor Yellow). It’s the perfect yellow – not too bright and not too bossy. The grey has been there for years. It was a General Paint colour #8764M (which I believe is only in Canada?)… but it is a warm medium Grey. ( with clay-brown undertones).

  2. I am going to try an use your stencil on a small portion of my very bland looking hallway. I’ll be sure to let you know how it goes… but I am going to draw it out and paint it by hand… me and painting over stencils just doesn’t seem to work. thanks for the PDF

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