Good morning， my home décor trendsetters! Remember when？Cutting Edge Stencils told you we thought gold home décor was rising in popularity？？ If you missed it， make sure you read our Home Décor Trend： A Touch of Gold post. This glittering and totally glamorous look seems to be everywhere and we just love how this precious color can add sparkle to any space.？ Today we’re going to take a look at a master bedroom transformation that is jaw-dropping gorgeous.personalized gifts for kids
Let’；s meet Pam， the home décor enthusiast and fabulous DIYer behind the blog Simple Detailsfunny pillow cases， and her newly revealed luxurious master bedroom makeover featuring one of our allover stencil patterns!？ We promised jaw-dropping gorgeous， didn’；t we？？ There’s something about throwing a flash of warm metallic in a room that makes it seem classy and interesting.
Pam signed up to participate in a project called the One Room Challenge which was designed by Linda from Calling it Home.？ The purpose of the fun challenge was to have DIY bloggers put their creativity， perseverance and patience to test by completing a room makeover in four short weeks.？ Pam’；s goal was to make over her small master bedroom.？ She wanted to complete DIY projects that would make the small room appear large and luxurious.？ Here is the room she started with…；
Pam fell in love with a very pricey David Hicks La Fiorentina wallpaper but it was way out of her budget.？ Lucky for Pam she discovered our FAB wall stencils and we have a similar stencil pattern to the wallpaper she loved， the？Alexa Allover Stencil.？ Here she is working through the stenciling process on week two of her One Room Challenge. Pam used blue painters tape to adhere her stencil to the wall. This worked best in keeping the large diamond -shaped pattern in place.？ Then she used a foam roller to paint the stencil pattern.？ First she painted her walls using Behr Premium Plus Ultra in Simply White and then she stenciled the geometric pattern using Martha Stewart Living： Precious Metals Specialty Finish in Kiwi Peel.
And WAHLA! Ok， the whole transformation wasn’；t that easy.？ The actual room makeover， which included a laundry list of DIY projects besides the stenciled walls， took her about four weeks to complete.？ Here is the finished master bedroom. See we told you this bedroom was absolutely stunning!
PS. Are you loving the throw pillows shown in this dazzling master bedroom makeover？？ We certainly love them! More importantly we’；re digging the fact that these could easily be recreated using stencils! For the picture on the left， we think our Zamira Craft Stencil and lilac paint could easily replicate it.？ For the image on the right， we would try stenciling our Entwined Craft pattern in a charcoal gray to make a matching bed pillow!
What do you think of this luxurious master bedroom makeover？？ Leave us your thoughts in the comments below!
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Thanks for reading and happy stenciling!Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew
You can basically find Duct Tape in all colors and themes now. ?It really is fun stuff and supposedly a quick ?fix for everything, right? ? I picked up some cute Valentine’s Duct Tape at the Dollar Store the other day and instead of just stashing it away like I do with most things, ?my daughter ?and I made Valentine’s Duct Tape Bracelets.
No Christmas celebration is ever complete without some delicious handmade cookies. You can, of course, save yourself a lot of time, money and hassles by buying pre-baked cookies and cakes rather than making them yourself, but your family and friends would undoubtedly appreciate your effort. Besides this, if you choose to make the Christmas cookies yourself, you do not have to worry about all the preservatives and chemicals that are so common in the pre-baked goods – you get to choose the ingredients that go into the composition! Having said that, here you will find some useful tips, hints and ideas that will certainly help you bake the best Christmas cookies in the neighborhood