7 Stylish Stenciled Concrete Floors Within Your Budget!
When you think of concrete floors do you think boring, plain, and… blah? Think again! Stenciling concrete is an inexpensive way to add style to an otherwise utilitarian floor. A stenciled concrete floor can also help you hide imperfections, create a lovely focal point in your home, or just add a dose of beauty to your space for very little cost. Looking for some floor makeover inspiration? Here are 7 stenciled concrete floor finishes that will make your jaw drop! Make sure to read to the end for recommendations on floor prep and the best paint products to use for stenciled concrete!
Concrete Floor Stencils by Royal Design Studio www.royaldesignstudio.com
Dana and Brooks of Bella Tucker Finishes wanted a major floor renovation to their guest bedroom makeover. They turned to stenciling the concrete because carpet was too underwhelming. They happily ripped out the carpeting and stenciled our popular Skylar’s Lace Floral Stencil with Old White and Duck Egg Blue Chalk Paint® decorative paint by Annie Sloan. They then top coated the floor with a flat varnish. Be sure to check out our full post on their stenciled concrete floor project – we chalk it up to another stencil success!
This serene and sunny outdoor porch has added flourishes with the Large Allover Flourish Stencil in a two-tone neutral color combination. This taupe color scheme paired with the flower stencil pattern works great for a natural look that blends beautifully with the outdoors. Our creative customer Dragan did a fantastic job with this stenciled concrete floor finish, didn’t he?
Here’s another way to use the same stencil on a concrete porch. This time Marc Zdon painted our Large Flourish Allover Stencil over an Annie Sloan Chalk Paint base coat. Stenciled concrete floors are so versatile – you can choose which ever paint colors best suite your area!
For the Love Creations was tired of her boring cement studio floor with random marks and stains. What she needed was a detailed design that not only masked imperfections but is also visually interesting and ultimately inspiring! By using our Silk Road Suzani Stencil, Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan, and water-based sealer, she could drag furniture across it and get lost in more paint projects without having to worry about marking up her new stenciled concrete floor.
Postcards from the Ridge was in the process of reclaiming a studio/craft room that had the original 1960’s flooring. It needed some style added to it and a stencil was the perfect way to get it. She chose our Large Moorish Trellis Stencil to mimic the Moroccan patterned rugs that are so popular right now. For an added pop of personality for her stenciled concrete floor finish, she added blue to the details of the stencil pattern. How unique! She saved money on painting her own concrete floor rug with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and said, “It looks just as good, better actually, than anything I’ve seen in a catalog. It’s completely washable, and you can paint it any color you want!”
Tired of looking at only plain concrete floors? Farm Fresh Vintage Finds wanted the first thing she sees when she gets home is a pretty porch. So she turned to stencils to paint pattern on her concrete floor. The curvy details of our Raj Trellis Indian Stencil painted with Chalk Paint® decorative paint in Pure White did just the trick!
Look at this fabulous stenciled concrete floor finish that our creative customers Julie and Tim did! They used Graphite and Old White Chalk Paint by Annie Sloan, our Camel Bone Weave Moroccan Stencil, and Annie Sloan’s water-based floor lacquer to seal the deal!
Don’t forget about one of the most overlooked rooms in your home – the laundry room! Sweet Tea and Saving Grace had had enough of the peeling linoleum and orange walls in this little space. She ripped out the linoleum to expose the concrete and stenciled a modern pattern with our Kaleidoscope Stars Stencil. She finished off the room with new paint, shelving, and appliances. Wow, what a fresh stenciled concrete floor transformation!
Published March 10th, 2016 5:02 PM