Personalize Your Screen Door With a Custom Stencil

$75
4 Hours
Easy

We recently updated the back of our home by adding a vintage screen door. We painted it Sherwin Williams 6213 Halcyon Green and spray painted a custom stencil from Maison de Stencil. A totally updated custom look in less than a day. You can read more about it on our blog here: http://bella-tucker.com/2013/06/an-unexpected-place-for-a-stencil/
Completed Stenciled door
Stenciled and painted vintage screen door.
Door being painted Sherwin Williams-6213 Halcyon Green.
Screen door before painting and stenciling.

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1 question
  • Cindy
    on Dec 10, 2015

    Would you mind telling me how he spray painted the screen door. I want to do this on my pantry door which is a screen door. Could you answer me back at cindybug0419@gmail.com

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  • GranArt
    on Jul 9, 2013

    great idea. thanks!

  • Susan E
    on Mar 21, 2015

    My grandmother owned a home built in 1860's something, and the son of a previous owner (around 1900) had painted scenes on the screens. He was quite an artist and they were very faint and absolutely beautiful. Someone stole them, of course. I am thrilled that this art form is coming back!

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