Moroccan Tile Stencil Design:
Have you seen the pretty new tile designs? I have been swooning over all the new Moroccan tile, so why not make my own Moroccan Faux Tile Stencil Design. Since replacing the travertine tile in our hall bathroom is not in the budget the next best thing is to DIY some faux Moroccan Tile Stencil Design.
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My daughter, Olivia, is the Cricut Maker Master, so I shared my “tile” design idea with her and she went to work to create my “tile” with her Cricut Maker. I wanted the design and the frame to measure 16″ by 16″ so it was not wider than the shelf. It was up to her to make it either black and white or gray and white. She chose dark gray and white and I adore it!
- Gathering supplies (Paint, vinyl, plywood, paint brush, Cricut Maker, transfer tape
- Cutting the plywood
- Painting the plywood
- Creating the faux tile file
- Cutting the vinyl
- Transferring the vinyl design onto the painted plywood
- Using the roller to ensure a smooth adhesion
- Make a wood frame
- Install the frame
- Hang over shelf
Faux Tile Install:
After adding the shelf with the black brackets this space needed something else.
I added the faux tile art.
Then I added some plants, towels, soap and candle. The staghorn plant adds so much interest with the free flowing grow, and it is growing out of a coconut.
You can find these hand towels at the Thrive Collective.
Shower curtain hardware dilemma solved in my next bathroom makeover post. I ordered this groovy shower curtain and it needs to be altered to accommodate the custom hardware, please subscribe to follow the complete bathroom update.
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