Isn’t this Herringbone Wall absolutely amazing? If you want to know how to create a herringbone stenciled wall like the one featured in Restaurant Impossible at the Double H Ranch you’ve come to the right place. I was privileged enough to be asked to help on Restaurant Impossible’s Holiday episode. I can’t wait to share with you how we created this Herringbone Wall!

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This Herringbone stenciled walls turned out amazing. I can’t tell you how proud I am of how this project turned out. The bright colors created such an impact in this corner. A huge thank you to Royal Design Studio for providing us the stencils and stencil brushes for this project.

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Herringbone Wall Supplies

We used 8 (count ’em) 8 Sherwin Williams paint colors for this Herringbone pattern.


SW 6464  ALOE






Herringbone Stencil

stencil brushes

Stencil Ease Re-positionable stencil adhesive from or any local craft store should have it in stock

Laser level or chalk line from your tool box


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The stencil we used is “Herringbone Shuffle” stencil by Royal Design Studio. It is a single overlay stencil that is super easy to use. It also comes with a ceiling filler which makes the ceiling work much easier to do.

Tip:  If you are new to stenciling, I would suggest using no more than 5 paint colors.  8 paint colors was a lot to keep track of.

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And there it is…the first stencil pattern going up. There is no going back now! lol  One stencil down…100 to go!!!

Herringbone Wall Instructions

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We kept our lines straight by using a Craftman laser level. You could also use a chalk line and mark off the walls ahead of time.

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I want to thank my 2 partners-in-crime, Lori Pierce & Kristi Wyckoff for doing such an amazing job on these walls. I couldn’t have done it without these two! Well I could have but it would not have been fun! {smile}

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Here is one last glimpse of this amazing room. I love everything about it. I love the bright colors; the herringbone patterned stencil; the new chairs; the wall decals and the artwork in the corner. Don’t blink…there are so many little details that make such a statement.

Be sure to check out all the projects that we covered at the Restaurant Impossible Holiday Special at the Double H Ranch.

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