Think Pink! The color Pink is a great way to add style and panache to your home – it’s not just for little girls any more! When paired with stencil patterns from Royal Design Studio, the charming color can take on a sophisticated feel and be perfect for both men and women. Pink is also closely associated with love and romance and it’s a playful color that most respond to positively. There is a pink for every design scheme, from soft and subtle to full of verve and pop — much like the versatile array of stencil patterns available! So get “in the pink” and see what these color-savvy stenciled rooms have in store for you!
Dusty pinks in a tone-on-tone wall treatment is beautiful with the Butterfly Kisses Wall Stencil. One of modern allover stencils patterns introduced, this delicate allover damask stencil adds a romantic feel to any room!
Make it look like Spring all year long with the delicate Falling Daises Stencil from the Bonnie Christine Designer Stencil Collection. It was paired here with varying shades of pink for a custom wallpaper effect. You can always alter the color of the flower itself as well for a nice variation of pinks or any combination of colors you’d like.
This room makes us tickled pink! Judy from DIY by Design used the Fabric Damask Stencil from the Allover Damask Stencils Collection on a focal wall and paired it with a vibrant salmon pink and cream. We think the added poppy yellow in the bedding completes the happy color scheme. As to working with our stencils, Judy had this to say: “The Royal Design Studio stencil is awesome. It is better than any other stencil I have used!”. Thanks, Judy!
Pink is also a great color for the shared areas of the home, such as a kitchen or dining room. Here the wall is very soft and the stenciling with the Small Floral Stamp Stencil adds interest by incorporating other colors into the pattern. For added whimsy, a DIY stenciled canvas artwork was hung using the Clair Cameo Bari J Stencil. Who wouldn’t love to spend time here surrounded by the pleasing colors and patterns?
If you’d like to add a bit of panache to your floors, pink is perfect! Gertie’s Blog for Better Sewing decided to use an amaranth pink for her sewing room floor stenciled with the Skylar’s Lace Floral Stencil. Imagine how fun and inspiring it must be to do your creative work in this space!
Second Betty also had a sweet alternate pink solution for walls: Furniture! They used Antoinette Chalk Paint® decorative paint paired with our versatile Skylar’s Lace Floral Stencil for the drawers of a beautiful vanity and dresser set. So pretty!
Hot Pink! We love the rich pink of these walls – they work so well balanced with white and the deep turquoise green. The feature wall is stenciled by creative customer Kim Burney with the popular Moorish Trellis Stencil from the Allover Ethnic Stencils Collection.
A little girl’s room is always pretty in pink! The Snowflake Lace Stencil is über-versatile and works well on fabrics, furniture and floors for a gorgeous allover look. On these walls they look great with a cotton candy pink and white combination.
Of course, the stenciling doesn’t always need to be the pink focal point! The stenciled surface can always be a wonderful counterpoint to the pink accent, such as the gray and cream stenciling on the tub against the pale pastel pink walls. Gorgeous! The beautiful pattern is the Spanish Lace Scallop Stencil.
Pink is a strong choice for interior design as it has a lot of personality! The right balance with other colors keeps it from becoming too girly and precious. In Feng Shui, the gentle vibrations of pink have a proven soothing effect and are recommended for creative offices and powder rooms, among other spaces. Paired with stencils, it can also make a wonderful backdrop or be a strong focal point. Tell us, would you do a pink room in your home?