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Tribal Chic Projects with the African Plumes Stencil

Stencils are chameleons – you can use them in any color combination, horizontally or vertically as well as within many design schemes, and all this virtually on any surface. One of the most versatile Royal Design Studio Stencils is the African Plumes Stencil pattern from the Raven + Lily Collection. It is inspired by the natural beauty of Africa with a decidedly Art Deco flair. Let’s take a look at some of the multi-faceted projects this stencil design has inspired!

Stenciled Hidden Drawers via RPK-Interiors | African Plumes Stencil by Royal Design Studio

RPK Interiors used the African Plumes Furniture Stencil on the fronts of hidden drawers. What a gorgeous color scheme for this painted and stenciled dresser.

Stenciled Wall via Caroline Lizarraga |African Plumes Stencil by Royal Design Studio

Stencil Star Caroline Lizarraga knows how to perfectly pair stencils and finishes. Here she used the African Plumes Wall Stencil with a mixed metal treatment of silver and gold. The beautiful image was photographed by Catherine Nguyen Photography.

Stenciled Table Top via Reuse Repurpose Upcycle | African Plumes Stencil by Royal Design Studio

Stenciled Acrylic End Table via Home-ology | African Plumes Stencil by Royal Design Studio

Tables of all materials are a perfect surface to stencil on. The Reuse Repurpose Upcycle blog used a singular plume element from the African Plumes Furniture Stencil to stencil a tribal star design. In another project {Home-ology} blog used the same plume pattern to create a stenciled triptych on clear acrylic tables with the Bright Gold Stencil Crème for the Wayfair blog. Both are so lovely!

Stenciled Wall via Mary Dickenson |African Plumes Stencil by Royal Design Studio

Decorative Painter Mary Dickenson used the African Plumes Wall Stencil with a dark, moody coloration for a masculine feel in a bachelor bedroom.

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Window Treatments, rugs, napkins, tablecloths and pillows are just a few fabric surfaces the African Plumes Furniture Stencil could easily enhance.

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By omitting some of the plume elements of the African Plumes Wall Stencil, you can create an entirely new allover look with the stencil patter. So versatile!

Stenciled Frame via 205 Designs | African Plumes Stencil by Royal Design Studio

Shelly from 205 Designs creates gorgeous frames for her wonderful Etsy shop and this is one of our faves. Using a neutral yet striking color scheme with the African Plumes Furniture Stencil, a stunning stenciled picture frame emerges.

Stenciled Dresser via Sophisticated Junkpile | African Plumes Stencil by Royal Design Studio

Sophisticated Junkpile stenciled a buffet in fun, bright colors with the African Plumes Furniture Stencil. Such a happy piece!

Stenciled Upholstered Chair via Tanya-List | African Plumes Stencil by Royal Design Studio

Using Chalk Paint® decorative paint by Annie Sloan, blogger TanyaList stenciled an upholstered chair that was a roadside recovery. Now it sits prettily in her dining room. What a rescue!

See how you can use one stencil in so many ways? Royal Design Studio is all about versatility! Let us know if you’ve used the African Plumes Stencil (or any others) in creative ways – we’d love to see and share your work!

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