Funky Fibers Wall Stencil
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Stencil Sheet Size: 23"w x 29.5"h
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Our stencils are laser cut in our San Diego, California, USA studio from durable 10mil Mylar plastic sheets. With minimal care, stencils can be used repeatedly for many different projects and on multiple surfaces. Use them to stencil patterns on walls, wood, concrete, furniture, tile, fabric paper, cork, canvas, and more.
Decorating with stencils is economical! All you need are some basic Stencil supplies and paint to create a patterned wall or surface at a fraction of the cost of wallpaper.
Stencils give you endless custom color options. Simply choose the best stencil paint color to match your decor to create a coordinated look.
There is a Royal Stencil pattern available for every decorating style! We are continuously updating our stencil collections to offer you everything from timeless patterns to the latest design trends.
Stenciling is easy to learn, fun to do, and provides you with a rewarding decorating project you will be proud to share! Visit our How to Stencil pages to get started now.
Stenciling is a fast, easy, and inexpensive way to customize and update any surface in your house with paint, including walls, floors, ceilings, furniture, and fabric. Stenciling is generally done using either stencil brushes or stencil rollers. You can stencil with craft acrylic paints, latex wall paint, or our specially designed Royal Stencil Creme paints. The key to successful stencil projects is to use a “dry” brush or roller that has been offloaded to remove the excess paint that can seep under the stencil. Are you ready to try stenciling?
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I used this in my eat in kitchen nook. I wanted something that felt graphic and geometric but wasn’t too angular. This perfectly fit the bill. I used a true blue color in top of a white base.
The stencils were a good quality and held up to frequent washing. Getting into corners and around the window sill was challenging. I wish I knew before I started that It’s easiest to start at the top with the ceiling stencil and then work the stencil down. That would have saved me lots of time and trouble.
Hi Ashley! Your kitchen nook sounds like the perfect patterned space now :) For future reference, be sure to check out our stenciling tutorials that show you where to place your first repeat: https://www.royaldesignstudio.com/blogs/stenciling-tips
I painted an accent wall of our entryway white and used Annie Sloan graphite chalk paint for the stencil pattern. Love the end result! The dark chalk paint is thick and dries very quickly, which is great for this type of project but it does make the stencil need to be cleaned super often or it’s hard to get all of the pattern.
Our stencils are made from a thick and durable and easy to clean material that does need to be cleaned every few uses due to paint build up. You can check out our cleaning tutorial here: https://www.royaldesignstudio.com/blogs/stenciling-tips/clean-stencils-paint-brushes :)
I stenciled two accent walls in my living room / dining room using this stencil. For the background I used dark blue latex paint and then stenciled using the Royal Design Studios antique gold stencil cream. The effect is amazing. It's a very forgiving stencil pattern since there are so many small lines in it. My walls are not perfectly square or level so I used my level to make sure the stencil was level and then adjusted the positioning a little and you can't even tell where it didn't line up perfectly. Corners are really hard but not impossible. I followed the instructions and used painters tape on the wall I wasn't stenciling and it worked well. I also used painters tape on the ceiling and on my baseboard trim to make getting close to those surfaces easier. I can't wait for my next stenciling project!
So happy to hear you love your stenciled results! If you wish to share your project pics, we'd love to share them! Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org :)
In an effort to hip up our 150 Victorian home, I stenciled the Funky Fibers in a pale gold over a background on cream. I started in with great vigor and got a bit carried away and did not clean the stencil as regularly as I should have. My advice - set aside enough time to complete your project and really, clean the stencil often. I am very pleased with the results. Thanks for helping me update my dining room!
Hello Carolyn! Thank so you much for sharing your tips. It is advised to use very minimal paint and offloading your tool any time you add more paint to avoid bleeding onto the other side of the stencil. Cleaning the stencil often will definitely minimize clean up time. Great tips! -Royal Design Studio
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