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Melanie Royals

Modello Concrete Carpets: Floor Stencils

Continuing a focus on patterned decorative concrete, I’d like to share some beautiful projects by Nancy Tomaski of Paint My World in Johnsonburg, Pennsylvannia, using our Modello decorative masking stencils. Nancy is a long-time customer of Modello Designs, and you can see some of her amazing projects in our inspirational book, Modello by Design, Volume II. Alas, these projects were done after that book went to press, but I am very proud to share some more of Nancy’s work here!


This first project uses a custom Modello stencil pattern created from our one-time-use masking material. Nancy was able to create this original pattern with the help of Jillian from our design team. This photo shows the floor stencils all laid out and ready for color!


Nancy used SkimStone for this project, applying different custom-mixed colors of this easy-to-use cementitious overlay directly onto the concrete slab.


After the “concrete carpet” was completed, Nancy went back and created a realistic faux tile treatment using another concrete overlay system designed specifically for floors from Granicrete. Isn’t this an amazing transformation??


This next porch project features a custom adaptation of our popular Chavall carpet design.


Our specialty at Modello Designs is customizing our existing patterns to existing project parameters, and Natalie from our design team did a great job of recreating this design to fit the irregular shape. If it looks like this pattern was perfectly designed for this space, it’s because it WAS! 🙂


This last concrete porch transformation features our Toldeo carpet pattern, and Nancy did this one for herself, perfectly copying the color scheme represented in our Concrete Carpet and Panel Catalog! Yeah Nancy!


For this project, she used products from the iCoat concrete system to create both the faux carpet AND the faux wood and surrounding brick. Now, perhaps you are wondering how you can create some of these looks for yourself! All of the companies mentioned in this post offer hands-0n training and distribution of their products around the country. They can also recommend trained artisans in your area if you’d rather watch than do!

And a reminder… I will be teaching a hands-on Modello/SkimStone class with Katrina Johnson from SkimStone at the upcoming Concrete Decor Show in Nashville. Go Girl Power! 🙂


  1. That one on the brick porch is to die for. I have to pick a design for my naked front porch. Something traditional.

  2. every single one is absolutely gorgeous! a great artist working with a great team to make it all result in over the top results, just simply stunning! I think I need to start working with skimstone…its TIME!! I think the Chavall is my personal fave!

  3. Melanie

    Honestly, SkimStone is one of my favorite mediums. It’s a super simple product to manipulate and apply. Katrina and I are talking about having her come teach with me at the studio..maybe in a few months.

  4. I am interested in a hands on class and am wondering if you are in the New York or Palm Beach Fla area. Please advise.
    Thank you!

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