19th Century Ceiling Stencil Set
The complete 19th Century Ceiling Stencil Set includes all four stencils from this classic collection at a reduced price to create a coordinated stenciled ceiling in your dining room, living room, or entryway.19th Century Corner
Actual Design Size: 14.25"w x 14.25"h
19th Century Centerpiece
Actual Design Size: 26.25"w x 8.5"h, stencil includes 1/2 of pattern to rotate
19th Century Medallion
Actual Design Size: 22.5"w x 22.5"h, stencil includes 1/2 of pattern to rotate
19th Century Border
Actual Design Size: 12.5"w x 1.25"h
Single Layer Design
SKU#: 520, 521, 522, 523
Why We Love Stencils
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…
How To Stencil
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?
We have created a series of How to Stencil tutorials here that guide you through the basic stenciling techniques with Royal Design Studio stencils.
How to Stencil Basics
How to Stencil Walls
How to Stencil Furniture
How to Stencil Fabric
How to Stencil Floors