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Tone on Tone Finishes for Elegantly Stenciled Decor

tone-on-tone-stenciling

Stenciled monochromatic tone on tone finishes create the perfect subtle and sophisticated texture for interiors. It’s a soft treatment of stenciled decor resulting in elegant wall patterns that will take any room from bland to beautiful in the chicest way possible.

entwined-trellis-stencil

Segreto Finishes are masters at creating neutral spaces that wow! Owner Leslie Sinclair and her team created a custom wallpaper look with the Large Entwined Trellis Stencil painted with metallics for a soft shimmer. We love how light and bright this feels, as everything seems to be reflecting off those silver touches! It’s such an easy way to create a luxe look for less!

florentine-damask-stencil

Hospitality and commercial projects also benefit from subtle finishes. Decorative artist Caroline Lizarraga was inspired by the antique damask walls of Florentine palazzos and used — fittingly — the Florentine Damask Stencil in a restaurant’s private dining room. It was the perfect warm, background finish for the owner’s art collection.

allover-brocade-stencil

China-based artist David Hsueh of Bella Vista Studio is a long-time fan of Royal Design Studio Stencils and uses the patterns in almost all of his projects. He used the Allover Brocade Stencil in graceful honey beige tones for a formal living room. What a beautiful way to make a space feel grand and intimate at the same time!

fortuny-stencil

Designer and artist Rachael Goddard of Paint/Design/Décor is known for her bright and bold projects but she is also comfortable with quiet, classic stenciled wall finishes like this one, for a client’s nursery. The Fortuny Stencil is inspired by the famed Fortuny silks and when combined with graphite and grey, creates a decidedly contemporary fabric wall finish. So lovely!

Slight variations in color and sheen paired with your chosen stencil pattern is the key to designing a space that balances serenity and your creativity. We hope you’ve enjoyed these tasteful stencil ideas for creating a home with a calm and fresh aesthetic!

How will you incorporate soft and subtle stenciled finishes in your home?

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