Master Bathroom Makeover – Rockin’ Roses Damask Stencil


Rockin' Roses Damask Stencil Master Bathroom Makeover

It’s no secret that my love for roses is slightly unhealthy. But come on…my last name use to be Wilson.

The only thing related to Wilson? Dennis the Mennis or the volleyball from Cast Away. Bleck.  I enjoy the fact that my new last name just happens to be the same as my favorite flower.

When I saw this Rockin’ Roses Damask Stencil from Royal Design Studio I knew that it MUST be mine. My friend Tonya actually hinted around to me that I may need this. Let’s all point the finger at her for encouraging my disfunctional obsession, shall we?

Master Bathroom Makeover Rose Stencil

Bad Tonya, bad Tonya. 

I don’t typically approach companies and ask if I can review their products. Nope. In fact, it’s always the other way around. But I had my heart set on stenciling something in my home with roses. Thankfully Royal Design Studios let me review the Rockin’ Roses Damask Stencil!

They have some amazing stencils!

Royal Design Studio Rose Stencil

My Master Bathroom was painted orange before this all began. Yes, orange. I did not stutter.

Ever since I have painted the entire basement grey I have been on a grey kick. And yes that meant that I wanted to turn the master bathroom from orange to grey. Too bad there is no magic wand to make my wish come true.

Here’s a little before and after of the orange and the grey with the rose stencil over our jacuzzi tub.

Rose Stencil Makeover Before and After

Oh, and my mirror wall. Just another thing I have been dreaming of lately. Mirrors everywhere. Ha!

Rockin' Roses Damask Stencil Master Bathroom Makeover Mirror Wall

Rockin' Roses Damask Stencil Master Bathroom Makeover Wall Art

Do you see a trend here? I like roses. Everything must be decorated in roses. I like chevron. I buy a million  things in chevron. I want to decorate with mirrors. I buy a gazillion mirrors. I like grey paint. Let’s repaint the whole house grey.

Is there a name for this kind of behavior? Bahaha!

Rockin' Roses Damask Stencil Master Bathroom Makeover Jacuzzi Tub

Royal Design Studio offers amazing tutorials on how to use their stencils. Trust me, they will ease your fears of stenciling in 2.5 seconds. And if they don’t, then check out the stencil tutorial that Tonya and I did when we stenciled my closet.

All you need:

Rockin' Roses Damask Stencil Master Bathroom Makeover Supplies

Paint, Spray Adhesive, Tape, a Pencil, and a Stencil.

Rockin' Roses Damask Stencil Master Bathroom Makeover Stencil Instructions

I got so confident in my painting ability after using this stencil that I decided to paint the curtains. I’ll save that for another post, but who knew you could paint curtains?!

Rockin' Roses Damask Stencil Master Bathroom Makeover Striped Curtains

So, what do you think? It’s so me, huh?!

Rockin' Roses Damask Stencil Master Bathroom Makeover Modern

The grey paint color I used:  Creek Bend by Behr from Home Depot.

Rockin' Roses Damask Stencil Master Bathroom Makeover Creek Bend Behr

Rockin' Roses Damask Stencil Master Bathroom Makeover Mirrors

Rockin' Roses Damask Stencil Master Bathroom Makeover Mirror Wall Art

I plan to give you the full master bathroom makeover soon! For now, the rose stenciled wall will have to hold you over!

Rockin' Roses Damask Stencil Master Bathroom Makeover Style

Have you ever stenciled something?

Better yet, have you ever stenciled something besides a wall? I am planning to use this stencil on a few more projects that don’t involve walls!

Modern Rose Stencil Master Bathroom

Be sure to come back next Friday, February 1st for your chance to WIN a Royal Design Studio Stencil!!



  1. says

    Looks great! I’m too scared to stencil anything – like how do you keep it from smearing when you move the stencil around and tape it back up? Surely you don’t wait for it to dry before doing the next section.

    I’m probably just overthinking it but yours looks fantastic! :)
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  2. says

    Wowza Mandy! You rocked THOSE roses girl!! Thank you so much for creating such a fabulous stencil project with Rockin Roses for us to enjoy and share. That is one super chic bathroom. Hope you enjoy a nice bubble bath in that tub!! Great job. :)

  3. says

    Oh my gosh- amazing!!! Dare we ask how long that project took you? I painted stripes in the master bedroom of our condo five years ago and my husband still looks back on it as a traumatic experience – and he didn’t even do the work! It probably had something to do with the fact that we had to sleep on the couch for a week while I finished the project (eep!) I’d love to give a stencil a try in our new house!

    Amazing job!!!
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    • says

      Haha! Thanks girl! It actually only took me 4 hours. The wall isn’t that big and the stencil was a good size! Stripes would have taken me a week too! I had to hire out the stripe painting. LOL!

  4. says

    oh my gosh Mandy! this kind of project makes me so jealous because it’s just SO BEAUTIFUL! haven’t tried stenciling but I am totally considering it one of these days…
    2 questions:
    1)did you changed the paint of your wall before stenciling?
    2)so in your tutorial you don’t wait for it to dry you just keep on going and going, so if the paint smears – what do you use to wipe it off?

    makes me nervous to stencil…

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    • says

      Thank you! Stenciling is not that bad…it’s just time consuming and I am not that patient! LOL!
      1. Yes, I painted the wall white and went over it with the creek bend for the stencil
      2. I did not wait for it to dry…you just have to be careful. Check out the tutorials I linked to. It may help ya!

  5. Ashley says

    I’m here from It’s Overflowing – I saw your office she had linked up! I’m so glad I found your blog and I absolutely LOVE how this stenciled wall turned out and I think I need to go buy like a million mirrors like yesterday!

  6. Julie Long says your stencil! But…I love the mirror on your rose colored wall, can you tell me where you got it? It would work great in our bathroom!
    Thank you!

  7. Hannah Deffenbaugh says

    Your bathroom looks beautiful! I absolutely love it. Stenciling has always been an intimidating thought to me, but your tutorial gives me hope! Maybe I’ll try it somewhere in my house :) I have a question about your curtains, did you make those or did you buy them somewhere? I’ve been thinking about painting curtains similar for my living room and would love to know where you got yours! Thanks!

  8. Shelly says

    I was looking for a stencil tonight online before I came over to your blog. So glad I came here before searching too hard. I really want to stencil a wall in my closet, so obviously not too big of a job. I think your bathroom may have convinced me to go for it. I like the Moroccan stencils. Thank you for the inspiration.
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  9. Karen says

    Gorgeous! I watched your video w/ Tonya and have a question. Do you use the spray adhesive just once in the beginning?

    • says

      You actually spray it every few times that you stick it to the wall. You can kind of tell when it’s not sticking anymore. :) Sorry if that was unclear.

  10. says

    What a beautiful job you’ve done with your wall! It almost looks like wallpaper you did it so nicely. Love the curtains and the wall decor too. Found your link up next to mine at One Project Closer’s party. Megan
    Megan´s last blog post ..Kitchen Demo Phase 1

  11. Victoria says

    I’m in love w/ grey right now but having a hard time finding a paint color that doesn’t look blue or purple. What’s the name of the paint in your mastebath? Looks great!

  12. Alicia Spiteri says

    I am I love with your blog and wish you were my neighbor or best friend. I am challenged when it comes to decorating. I would love to know the name of the color you used in your Master Bathroom.

    Thank you


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