Here are other options of designs they offer:Melanie Royals of Royal Design Studio likes to embellish too. She too can transform furniture, but her method is with stencils rather than overlays:
And of course, you can use stencils on any surface. I have used Melanie’s stencils for years and I love them. Here is an example of “Moorish Trellis” stencil from Royal Design Studio website:
I applied it over the cooktop in my kitchen:
Cutting Edge Stencils is another manufacturer. I have never used their products, but I’m impressed with many of their designs. This one is a beauty:
And since drywall should be going up soon in our addition, I was talking to the girls about how they wanted their room to look. Ella told me that she was hoping there would be neon peace signs all over the walls. What?!?!? I told her that if by “neon peace signs” she means “light blue damask”, then yes, she can have that. Don’t judge me. I consider myself a pretty cool mother, and I allow a lot, but there will not be any neon green peace signs in that room. This is what I have picked for their room. Those pearls make me swoon:
And is that a hole in the ceiling of their new bedroom? My carpenter husband went up there yesterday and framed this cut out. I think his inner 7 year old is about to come out in interesting ways. I heard him murmuring something of lofts, secret doors, and zip lines. I will keep you posted.
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