Where to Find Tile Stencils

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So, you’ve finally decided to paint tiles in a space in your home. But what now? Where do you even begin to find the perfect stencil? You may or may not know the exact design you’re looking for, but I can help narrow down the search by sharing my favorite places to find stencils for tiles. There are so many designs to choose from which can make it a little overwhelming. Just pay attention to what catches your eye right away or maybe even a tile design that you’ve saved on Pinterest. Other than that, just dive in to find your perfect stencil! Here are a few of my go-to places for you to begin looking:

Dizzy Duck Designs

This is where I purchased the stencil we’ll be using on our laundry room floor. Of course I went with Dizzy Duck Designs because they had a pattern I loved, but for a few other reasons as well. For one, you can order a custom size. I was able to message them the size of my tile (which wasn’t a typical size) and they created the stencil to match. Also, they usually have a promo going on that’s 2 for 1. In other words, you get a duplicate of your stencil at no additional charge. This is amazing because you’ll be able to stencil your floor even faster!


I’m was pleasantly shocked with how many tile stencils are sold on Etsy. There’s an abundance of shops offering unique designs at various price points. This would also be a great starting point for you to discover the pattern you’d like to go with. All you have to do is type in “tile stencils” in the search bar and you’ll see all the small shops that offer stencils in an abundance of different patterns.

Royal Design Studio

Royal Design Studio offers not only tile stencils, but stencils you can use on your wall to mimic wallpaper and even ones for furniture. They have quite the selection for you to choose from! There’s usually a 20% off sale going on and 10% off when you sign up for their email.

Cutting Edge Stencils

Cutting Edge Stencils is very comparable to Royal Design Studio with their selection of stencils. It’s at least worth it to check out their website because of all the tutorials and examples they provide. You can also receive 10% for signing up for their email.

There you have it! Those are my go-to small shops to search for tile stencils. If I can’t find what I’m looking for with one, I know there’s a really great chance of finding it through one of the others. And my last piece of advice if you’re still stuck trying to figure out what design to go with, check each one out on Instagram. They’re constantly sharing customer images who have used their stencils. A great way to figure out what you like and to be inspired.

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  1. Andrea Adamicka says:

    Hi Liz,

    I love all your projects! I would love to stencil my tiles in my tiny powder room but the tiles are only 3×3 inches big. Do you think stenciling would work and would look good?

    Thank you!!

    • WithintheGrove says:

      Hi! You can honestly go two ways with it. Either get a stencil that fits your 3 x 3 tiles. It would be very tedious. Or you can get a larger stencil that covers several tiles at once to create a larger pattern. You can certainly do it but if you’re hesitating, I would get a poster board, scrap piece of wood, etc. and paint the pattern first. Then place it on your floor to see if you like it!

  2. […] far as picking out the design, it comes down to personal preference. You can check out my blog post here that shows you my favorite places to purchase a tile […]

  3. […] We used the MORELLO Tile Stencil by Dizzy Duck Designs. You can see why we went with them here along with other places you can look for the perfect stencil. We opted to purchase a custom stencil […]

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