Looking for decorating inspiration for your space? You might not want to look further than your own closet! Interiors are frequently inspired by the latest fashion and color trends and many décoristas use fashion magazines to garner ideas for their spaces. We pulled together some of our favorite styles to help you create your own runway room renovation with fashion inspired stencils ideas from Royal Design Studio Stencils!
The Delightful Damask Bari J Wall Stencil is perfect for incorporating the delightful touch of a Kate Spade mini dress.
The stenciled guest bath features the Moroccan Lace Stencil – a drop dead ringer for a sexy Pronovias dress. You can also use the Tribal Vine Allover Stencil to provide a complementary pattern to the lace.
Dolce & Gabbana’s sweet, lacy maxi dress can be perfectly translated on any surface with the help of the Large Lace Doily Stencil Set.
On Facebook, there is a fun and supportive camaraderie between faux finishers. Two such fashion-loving decorative artists, Anna Sadler of Surface Refinements and Rebecca Slaton of Surfaces Fine Paint, started a unique collaboration when Rebecca began interpreting and sharing wall finishes based on Anna’s fashion finds. Anna explains, “When I see a beautiful gown, the artist in me immediately wants to interpret the dress into a surface finish. Jewel-encrusted ornamental ceilings, wood inlaid floors, sequined damask patterns… With all the gorgeous products we have, we can recreate these by way of metallic plasters, paints, iridescent glitters, mica powders and more! Couture lends itself to being interpreted and recreated on the walls, ceilings and furniture we work on.” Check out just a few of their creations!
The Fleur de Lace Stencil finish was inspired by a Georgio Armani dress.
Anna spotted this Zuhair Murad dress and shared it online. Rebecca immediately shared her stenciled finish with the Ankara Impression Stencil Set.
The UK fashion house of Jenny Packham inspired a Japanese-flavored finish using the Kyoto Allover Stencil.
An ethereal stenciled wall treatment with the Feathered Damask Stencil was inspired by a beautiful Valentino.
Aren’t their collaborations amazing? Rebecca and Anna have built up quite a following featuring their fashionable creativity. Be sure to click in to see more of Anna Sadler’s company in her Surface Refinements page as well as Surfaces Fine Paint, Rebecca Slaton’s studio. You’ll find much more of their incredible artistry and projects on their sites.
Now that you’ve seen some of the possibilities for creating fashion inspired stencils – are YOU inspired to make your room runway-ready with Royal Design Studio Stencils?