You may remember that last week I showed a little sneak peek of the progress I was making on our upstairs hallway (this post). After cleaning the space and painting it with Behr brand's "Flint Smoke" I prepared the space for stenciling!
I got a lighter shade of "Flint Smoke" created by the nice paint guy at Home Depot and began stenciling. I used Royal Design Studio's stencil called "Donatella Damask" :
Ben and my brother in law, Allen, figured out all the missing pieces of the chandelier (makeover post here) and Ben hung it up with a new ceiling medallion and I looooooove how it looks! And now for the official reveal....
The view from Ben's music room/office:
And remember this white oval table that I refinished in this post? The one that I was too in love with to ever sell :) ? Well, I decided it would fit perfectly in this little gap of space right outside of Ben's office:
So here is where I need your opinion, and why I've labeled this blog Part 1 -
What do you think of the solid gray walls next to the stenciled ones?
Should I stencil the entire space or leave it the way it is?
I can't decide if it will look too busy with the stencil, or if the space doesn't look complete without it!!
Please help :)
If you were to stand on our stairs, this is what you would see!
I'd say it's an improvement :)
Royal Design Studio is doing a 20% off sale on all their lace stencils, including the one I used in my office ^! now through the 25th - you just have to use code LACE20 at checkout!
Have a wonderful weekend everyone :) !
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