Royally thrilled with my new
Royal Design Stencils that I used
on an old mirror.
It took about 10 minutes to transform
the ho-hum mirror above with this
gorgeous script-y stencil a little house paint.
Springtime in Paris stencil here
Doesn’t it look chic now?
is the artist behind
Royal Design Stencils,
and her designs are classic
Stencils can be used in a subtle,
understated manner and result in an
effect that appears freehand.
And think beyond your walls…
mirrors, furniture, canvas,
rugs, floors, doors, and more!
I’m truly not afraid of painting anything.
The band around the sisal rug
began life as an ugly ugly green.
Bella is sort of an exhibitionist.
This is my husband’s home office,
and I propped the mirror here
since the light was lovely.
No special materials required.
Stencil, masking tape, paintbrush
(pounce it!), and some house paint.
Photo at bottom right is the
Springtime in Paris stencil
covering an entire wall.
So I covered one of mine too.
okay…it’s not as subtle as this in person.
It’s a subtle effect which is
what I wanted in this relaxing monochromatic bath.
A stenciled poem ’round the corner
adds ‘un peu’ french
flavor without reading too trendy.
But guess what?
If it begins to feel tired?
About 10 minutes of rolling paint over it…
PAINT IS LeBOMB, MADEMOISELLE.
a few options from Royal Design Stencils
If you haven’t tried a stencil project…
it’s soooooo easy and so economical
versus wallpaper so go for it!
(Melanie will hook you up
with a gorgeous design.)
Peace to you right where you are.
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