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Good morning， my？Cutting Edge Stencils friends. Has your tween been begging for a room makeover？？ Of course they have!？ Now that they have outgrown that pastel colored little kid room， they want a space that is funky， freshaccent pillow case baby， and full of pattern.？ That’；s where Cutting Edge Stencils steps in.？ Our eye-catching wall stencils are the perfect way to add a splash of trendy color and pattern to any room.？ Today we’；re going to share a fabulous tween room makeover featuring our Oceana Damask Stencil.personalised gifts for men
Meet Megan Peace， the talented interior designer from MK Design.？ Megan’；s Client was a ten year old girl seeking a room makeover. ？ Here is her room before the makeover.
She was an avid pinner and had fallen in love with a turquoise and gold room she spotted on Pinterest.？ Megan took a look at her inspiration， shown below， and tried to help her Client make it her own.
The first thing Megan did was paint the space a bright and stylish shade of teal using Benjamin Moore Surf Blue 2056-30.？ After the bedroom was painted， Megan decided to stencil an accent wall to achieve the wallpaper like look that her Client fell in love with. She said， “；Since wallpaper wasn’t in the budget， we brought in this Oceana Damask Stencil with gold metallic paint. ？My client and her family spend lots of time at the beach， so this nautical stencil with an anchor and dolphins was the perfect choice. ”；
Megan used painter’；s tape to hold the？Oceana Damask Stencil in place and painted the pattern in metallic gold using a dense foam roller. ？ She also used the clip-on stencil level to ensure the stencil was straight on the wall.？ Here she is stenciling the nautical wall pattern.
Once the walls were complete， Megan and her Client shopped for decor at a local Home Goods.？ She spills the beans about the decor on her blog. Ready to see how it all turned？ Drum roll， please!？ Here is the gorgeous new tween bedroom.
Oh and because we love sharing a fabulous before and after shot， here is the side by side.？ Doesn’；t the newly stenciled space look amazing？ We think so!
Tell us， would you have loved to have had this space as a tween？？ 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
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