Spray Painted Chevron Stencil Rug

 

How to Make Chevron Rug

 

Have you been wanting to jump on the chevron home decor wagon?  This simple spray painted rug is just the way to do it.  I picked up a light colored throw rug from a garage sale, and with some spray paint and a vinyl stencil, transformed it into the blue and white beauty you see here!  Follow along as I show you the step by step.

Supplies:

  • Lightly colored rug
  • Vinyl Chevron Stencil (I created the pattern in photoshop and cut it with my cricut)
  • Spray paint in 2 contrasting colors
  • Painters tape and old newspaper

Instructions:

  • Protect your work surface and spray paint the base coat color.  I used Valspar in a shade of blue.

How to Make Chevron Rug

  • Once your base coat is dry (I had to do 2 coats to get the coverage I wanted), you are ready to stencil.  Here is the jpg image I made in photoshop and opened in Sure Cuts Alot to create a cut file for my cricut.  Feel free to use it!  I cut 2 zig zags and did my rug in segments, taping off the areas I didn’t want painted as I went along.

How to Make a Chevron

  • That is all!  I placed my stencils varying distances apart, in such away as to get this result…

How to Make Chevron Rug

My beagle likes the new addition to the room, or maybe he just wanted some camera time!

How to Make Chevron

How to Make Chevron

How to Make ChevronOh joy!  I love how this room is coming together.  What do you think?

Comments

  1. What a sweet little creation. & your beagle is adorable! I have been wanting to spray paint a rug so bad lately…just haven’t found the right one in the right size with the right price :) Thanks for sharing!

  2. So pretty!! Would LOVE it if you would share this project at my turquoise lovin’ party going on right now!! http://www.sweetlittlegals.com/2011/09/turquoise-lovin-4.html

  3. Oh how I love Chevrons at the moment…great job! Feel free to link your project up at my blog tomorrow :)

  4. Jennifer @ Just Peachy in Dixie says:

    How creative! I would have never thought of spray painting a rug. Thanks for sharing!

    Does is stay soft? Can you wash it?

  5. Love this! I am Chevron obsessed so I appreciate you feeding my addiction. :)

    ~ Meredith From A Mother Seeking A Mother Seeking… My City Backyard Garden

  6. Great transformation!!
    Thanks again for linking to Show & Share!!

  7. What a sweet project! Please consider sharing with my readers at http://sassafrassalvation.blogspot.com/2011/12/sasss-sunday-salvation-show-4.html

    Christmas blessings!

  8. How do I create the Chevron in photo shop and get it to the cricut ??

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