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Moroccan Stencils | Endless Moorish Circles | Royal Design Studio

Moroccan Stencils | Endless Moorish Circles | Royal Design Studio

Geometric Stained Wood Floor (+ how-to)Painted Wood FloorsMore Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Geometric Stained Wood Floor (+ how-to)Painted Wood FloorsMore Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Inspiration!! Possibly paint a large stencil in the middle of the bathroom floor that is only one shade darker than whole painted floor

Inspiration!! Possibly paint a large stencil in the middle of the bathroom floor that is only one shade darker than whole painted floor

Painted Concrete Floor - checkerboard.  Love the color scheme!

Painted Concrete Floor

Painted Concrete Floor - checkerboard. Love the color scheme!

how I stenciled our concrete patio with a stencil I made for under $1 - Bean In Love blog

how I stenciled our concrete patio with a stencil I made for under $1 - Bean In Love blog

@createstuff Day 24: stenciled / painted a "rug" on the deck ‪#30DoC

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@createstuff Day 24: stenciled / painted a "rug" on the deck ‪#30DoC

Painted Porch "rug"

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Painted Porch "rug"

stamped concrete made to look like weathered wood

stamped concrete made to look like weathered wood

You'll wish you had a concrete floor when you see these stunning transformations

You'll wish you had a concrete floor when you see these stunning ideas

You'll wish you had a concrete floor when you see these stunning transformations

A STONE PATIO FLOOR, with spray paint?  I previously posted this project I've started on Pinterest, and I promised an update as I continued the project.  It's easy and fun, and it looks so real!!  Basically, you need a concrete mold and various colors of spray paint, and "ta da!" You are ready to begin!

A STONE PATIO FLOOR, with spray paint? I previously posted this project I've started on Pinterest, and I promised an update as I continued the project. It's easy and fun, and it looks so real!! Basically, you need a concrete mold and various colors of spray paint, and "ta da!" You are ready to begin!

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