Shelter and design magazines showcase gorgeous homes and spectacular spaces. While most of us don’t have some of the grand homes featured, we do have the ability to incorporate their pattern ideas into our abodes via Royal Design Studio stencils. We picked some of our favorite stencil ideas from magazines to show you how easy it is to Stencil It!
Make your drapes go from drab to fab with an animal print in an unexpected color! To get this look featured in a Veranda ad, you can tape out the ‘grout’ lines and then use the Zebra Stripes Allover Stencil. If you’d like your drapes to have a touch of shimmer, stencil the design with our Renaissance Red Stencil Crème.
Our Furniture Stencils Collection is perfectly sized for small crafts, DIY décor accents and yes, furniture! Better Homes and Gardens featured this cheery bright room and we couldn’t help but notice the fun color and pattern on the dresser. Try our Small Sultan Swirl Furniture Stencil for the effect.
Graphic prints that look like a million bucks, but doesn’t cost it! You can mix and match your favorite colors and stencil patterns to create fabulous stenciled DIY wall art. Check out our Stencil How-to: Metallic Moroccan Stencils for step by step instructions – you can leave them as is or frame them in a grouping! Image via Phoenix Home & Garden.
Elle Décor featured a richly colored, lush Spanish home with a unique wallpaper pattern in a bedroom. To create a similar look, try any of the designs in the Large Lace Doily Stencil Set.
Isn’t this lovely? Traditional Home featured this incredible space with an allover design on the walls that has a visually pleasing color combination. Use your favorite color combination with the Encantada Damask Stencil to bring this great look home.
House Beautiful showcased this refined home with several incredible design elements. The wall treatment can be yours with stencils! Look no further than the Antoinette Damask Stencil to recreate this style.
Stencils can give you a high-end style without the high-priced ticket. It’s so inspiring to flip through home magazines and see a look you can easily translate for your own home, isn’t it? Looking for more home decor ideas? Check out our Houzz profile and Royal Design Studio Pinterest page.