Tools & Materials

  • Stencil of your choice
  • Painter's tape
  • 1 gallon tan floor paint in a semi gloss finish
  • 1 quart red floor paint in a semi gloss finish


Step 1

Load the Wagner SMART Roller with the tan paint. Roll the plank floor with the roller, beginning in a far corner of the room. Paint the surface until completely covered. Let the floor dry overnight and repeat with a second coat. Let dry thoroughly.

Step 2

Tape the stencil to the floor using a low tack painter’s tape. Load the Wagner SMART Edge Roller with red paint. With the stencil held down, roll over with paint.

Step 3

Carefully remove the stencil revealing the design underneath and then let dry thoroughly. Repeat in a random pattern until you achieve the desired effect.

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  • Interior Rooms
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