Roman-Inspired Bedroom

The Double Take team re-creates a $38,000 Roman-inspired bedroom for less than $1,900.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionStencils are used to add dimension to the homeowners' bedroom walls.
The textured walls in the inspiration room are done by hand-applying plaster in three colors and then adding a fleur de lis gold stencil around the room. The Double Take team also uses a blend of three colors to give the walls an aged, whitewashed effect. Custom-cut fleur de lis stencils were purchased at a craft store and then painted in a random pattern around the room. After the paint dries, the stencils are lightly sanded with fine-grit sandpaper to get that aged look. Finally, a watered-down mix of the same off-white and yellow paint that was used on the walls is lightly applied over the stencils to get the antiqued effect.

Tip: Stencils are a great way to add dimension to your walls. If you are choosing a random pattern, consider starting off with a few stencils spread out around the room–it is always easier to add more stencils than to take them away.

For all available product information, click on the After photo of the room.