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Stenciled Stair Therapy

Anna Hoffman at Apartment Therapy featured a handful of Royal Design Studio patterns when they featured not one, but two sets of stairs stenciled with our patterns: Do you want custom pattern? Add personality to your walkways and entryways with stenciled stair ...

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Stencil a Flower Garden as a DIY Gift!

Summer loves to make handmade gifts, and created this cute stenciled sign for her Mom for Mother’s day! She used ourJapanese Flower Garden Stencil and knew it would be just perfect for her mom – she shared her tutorial on Mom It Forward – ...

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Rattan Stenciled Table Top by Bari J.!

Royal Design Studio has partnered with fantastic stencil designers to bring an ever-expanding array of beautiful stencil pattern options. One of these designers is Bari Ackerman of Bari J., a well-known pattern designer in craft and sewing circles who has created multiple ...

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Patchwork Herringbone Stenciled Wall Mural

When we just about start to suspect that there are possibly no more creative ways left for us to see how people use our stencils, we find something new and amazingly creative out there! ‘Sawdust and Embryos’ is an awesome ...

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Metallic Damask Stencil Ideas

Damask fabrics originated in Damascus, hence the name. There are many different variations of Damask, but a common one is that in which the pattern is represented and created through the weave of the material. The pattern appears through the contrast of ...

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Rockin’ a Space with the Rockin’ Roses Damask Stencil

Bring the beauty of a rose garden indoors! Flower damask stencils from Royal Design Studio are all the rage and their patterns can range from sophisticated to whimsical to contemporary and modern – perfect for any stylish vibe your home has. Our Allover ...

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Stenciling Stylish DIY Window Treatments

Window treatments compliment every room in the house by adding color and pattern to what would be a blank window. Custom drapes, curtains and valances can be quite pricey and so creating your own DIY window treatments with stencils from Royal ...

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