5 Baby Room Decor Accent Walls Ideas With Nursery Stencils

Royal Design Studio
by Royal Design Studio
Take up your nursery decorating up a notch and use sophisticated stencil designs with trendy color schemes that grow with your child. Paint an accent wall with our designer Nursery Stencils to add pattern and color in a stylish way. Here are 5 baby room decor ideas with nursery stencils that are sweetened with style:
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Interiors by Kenz wanted her baby's room decor to be anything but white and beige. She went for the gold and did it! She created a stunning scallop design on an accent wall using our Moroccan Scallops Stencil and gold paint. Her nursery stencil makeover resulted in a gold leaf look, with the light shining and catching different parts of the wall.
We're seeing shades of purple in baby room decor a lot these days, and Cozy Home Interiors shows just how charming the color can be. This traditional lilac nursery is right on trend with the beautiful color choice and all the other soft, feminine details -we adore that crib canopy and the tone-on-tone Moorish Trellis stenciled accent wall. Lilac nursery stencils has never looked so lovely!
Here's another pretty purple pattern in a stenciled nursery! Pear Design Studio used the fun yet sophisticated purple and white color combination with a splash of bright turquoise for an adorable baby room makeover. Our Lisboa Tile Wall Stencil and their patterned baby blanket look so good together!
Have you been seeing nursery wall stencils everywhere on Pinterest? Carolina Charm fell in love with the idea and found the perfect pattern to do the job - our Wonderment Trellis Wall Stencil. Her little girl is going to love her new baby nursery!
Tomorrow with a Smile wanted to keep her baby's room decor neutral, but needed to mix up the matching solid colors of the walls and the furniture. Our Endless Circles Lattice Moroccan Stencil helped keep the room neutral while adding such a big pop of dimension and character. It's the perfect accent wall for the nursery, without being overwhelming. The baby still needs to fall asleep somehow!
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