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A Breath of Fresh Air from Benjamin Moore

Benjamin Moore's New Neutral Collection creates calm and beautiful interiors with Royal Design Studio Stencils


Let's talk color. At this very moment, we are anticipating a world of easy neutrals with just a hint of color, according to Benjamin Moore’s 2014 color forecast. With an emphasis on the harmony found in color combinations, these latest selections create a sense of calm, relaxation, and comfort in the home.

Whether you tend to lean towards Benjamin Moore's sophisticated gray or the serene blues, there are endless ways to decorate with these subtle hues with any of our stencil patterns from Royal Design Studio. Below are just a few of our favorite ways to stencil your home. 

Casbah Trellis Moroccan Stencil in Benjamin Moore's soothing Van Deusen Blue paint.

For example, how soothing is this shade of Van Deusen Blue paired with our Casbah Trellis Stencil? It would make the perfect feature wall in a home office or studio, clearing your thoughts and inspiring creativity. Sit back, relax. Kick your feet up on a rich teal ottoman and let your imagination run wild!

Benjamin Moore's A Breath of Fresh Air paint color is light and perfect for a stenciled clean and breezy entry way.

If you’re looking to add just a few subtle accents, consider stenciling a smaller area like this refreshing door design. Greet your guests with the Camel Bone Weave Moroccan Stencil painted in Benjamin Moore’s A Breath of Fresh Air - so fitting for a bright and clean entry way.

French Floral Damask Stencil is refined but cozy in Benjamin Moore's Flint gray paint.

Our French Floral Damask with Benjamin Moore’s Flint brings a balance of elegance and comfort to any room. Enjoy the most luxurious down time with these soft gray tones, the perfect blanket and a good read.



As the year begins to wind down, think calm with smooth texture when drawing inspiration for your home. And remember to keep things fresh and light with Royal Design Studio stencils and Benjamin Moore’s “New Neutrals”!

Which new neutral stencil style do you like best?


For more soft and subtle stenciled hues, check out these painted projects:

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