How to Stencil Allover Patterns Into Motif Stencils

It's two stencil patterns in one! This stencil tutorial shows you how to use small allover stencils from our Furniture Stencils Collection to dress up our super adorable Bari J Parlor Chair stencil. We are loving the whimsical patterns in our Bari J Stencil Collection, and this two-part chair stencil, with its large chair cushion layer, is perfect for this pattern in pattern stencil technique! We chose bright colors to compliment our "Granny Chic" look, and mixed the colors around on the chairs for lots of a variety. Visit our blog for more colorful images and detailed how-to.

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How-to Stencil: Patterned Parlor Chairs with Royal Design Studio http://www.royaldesignstudio.com/blogs/how-to-stencil/7229796-stencil-how-to-patterned-parlor-chairs
Bari J's two-piece Parlor Chair Stencil is perfect for painting a different pattern in each cushion area. http://www.royaldesignstudio.com/products/parlor-chair-bari-j-wall-stencil
Bright colors were our paints of choice to complement our "Granny Chic" look! http://www.royaldesignstudio.com/blogs/how-to-stencil/7229796-stencil-how-to-patterned-parlor-chairs
A very helpful step in plotting out an allover pattern with a motif stencil. Great for deciding your color-choices as well. http://www.royaldesignstudio.com/blogs/how-to-stencil/7229796-stencil-how-to-patterned-parlor-chairs
Our Furniture Stencil Collection has a great array of perfectly-sized pattern designs for this stencil project. http://www.royaldesignstudio.com/collections/furniture-stencils
The Bari J Parlor Chair is also beautifully elegant in muted, monochromatic hues. http://www.royaldesignstudio.com/products/parlor-chair-bari-j-wall-stencil

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  • Royal Design Studio Royal Design Studio on Oct 14, 2013
    Thank you @Waysouth. As you can see from the examples above, you can go either way; colorful/playful, and neutral/sophisticated.
  • Waysouth Waysouth on Oct 14, 2013
    yes, and it could be "re-upholstered" with paint, wonderful!
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