We love this inspired DIY featured in？Remodalista？recently： rough-hewn banged-up floors embellished with dramatic stencils spotted？in the showroom of？Chairloom？in Philadelphia. ？The how-to cuts down unnecessary steps and make the most of the floor’；s as-is beauty.yellow throw pillows
Artist？Ilene Pearlman？created a stencil out of large 5’； ？piece of corrugated cardboard which she found in a dumpster. ？We see that she cut and pieced the stencil with tape to make the shape she needed. After creating the design， she cut it out and “；laminated”； the entire stencil with tape to keep it from absorbing moisture from the paint.
The usual method is to paint a first coat of primer to allow paint to adhere. Pearlman JUST used primerpersonalized gifts for him， then applied a protective coat of polyurethane on top of the stencils.
Rather than finishing a wood floor before stenciling， this how-to gives license to stencil away， on top of all that history.
At LinenMe we are proud to offer a huge range of products for your home. From tea towels to pyjamas, we’ve got you covered for any room and any season. To show you just what we can offer, here is an edit of some of our yellow linen items, chosen?to reflect the summer sun and bring some happy?into your home.
A cup of tasty tea, good book and a soft comfy throw more often become your companions in winter evenings. Slower pace, sweet laziness and a need for comfortable and warm things describe this time of the year best.