What do to when you can't choose between all gorgeous Moroccan wall stencil patterns in our Moroccan wall stencils collection? Well, we think that LA-based decorative artist and interior designer Rachel Goddard of Paint|Design|Decor came up with an ideal decorative solution. In a design project for her own home, Rachel used a variety of Moroccan stencils in a clever "board and batten" wall treatment to update her son's nursery into little boyhood.
Board and Batten walls are all the rage, and they can range from very simply DIY installations of straight-edged boards to more complex treatments such as Rachel's, which features molded edges and mitering that requires more finish carpentry skills. The crisp, white painted boards make beautiful frames for the colorful Moroccan stencils that Rachel did in a limited palette of bright colors. If you were starting a feature wall project like this from scratch you could easily complete your stenciling first on the separate boards, prior to installation-or even directly on the wall if you are simply framing it with the molding for a faux board and batten treatment.
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Rachel has done an amazing array of stencil projects with Royal Design Studio stencils and was one of our Facebook Page Saturday Stencil Stars and feature in this Stencil Star post on Paint + Pattern. Be sure to follow us and keep up with our latest features there!