January 16, 2012

giveaway: royal design studio

Doesn't this patterned wall look great? I can't believe how chic stenciling is looking these days. If you've got a stenciling project in mind, this might be your lucky day, because Royal Design Studio is giving away one of their stencils valued at up to $50!

 RDS has tons of different options, from traditional to modern and everything in between. Even if you don't have walls to paint, these stencils are beautiful for furniture, fabric, or craft projects (like my little wrapping paper project).

TO WIN: follow ROOST, check out the Royal Design Studio stencils, and leave a comment to say which one you'd choose. And I'd love to hear what project you have in mind!

I'll announce the winner Friday, good luck!

38 comments:

Heidi said...

I'm loving the Linked In stencil for a something slightly more masculine in my son's bathroom...

Megan said...

I really like the pro bamboo trellis pattern. I'd use it in my one-year-old daughter's bedroom. The Moorish trellis would be fun in the laundry, though!

Pawleys Island Posh said...

tiger stripes and feathered damask are my two faves

m e g a n said...

I love the 2 you showcased as well as the indian floral.

Meg

Jill said...

I had a hard time narrowing down the choice to one, but I love the Large Hollywood Squares! It would look awesome in my powder room!

Audrey @ the audzipan anthology said...

I love the peacock fancy and the african wave... It would be hard to choose. I would love to try stenciling some curtain panels or a rug.

Daryl at Vermont Cottage said...

I'm already a happy follower of ROOST! Love your blog :). This is such perfect timing since I'm wanting to do something fun in our foyer and upstairs hallway; but, the walls are old plaster and I'd hate to waste my time and money trying to wallpaper it all. The Large Linked In stencil would give just the right kind of modern wall-paper effect that I'm wanting to achieve.

jackiemdoyle said...

Ohh they are all fabulous but I love the Hollywood Squares stencil best I think.

Cassie @ Primitive & Proper said...

i would love to try the skylar's lace or the basketweave!

Allen Family said...

I follow you. I would love to have the Floral Stencils: Large Allover Brocade for our guest room!

pam {simple details} said...

I love the large fabric damask, it looks beautiful paired with modern pieces and the color they chose is perfect!

MJ said...

The Nova Trellis all the way for the reading nook in our new master bedroom.

ldhitch said...

Hi Marissa! I would definitely pick the Tiger Stripes. I have been eyeing a very boring entry wall for some time now trying to think of a way to perk it up. Wouldn't this in a tone on tone scheme be a delightful surprise when entering the house?

Laura Garcia said...

I love the Moorish Trellis all over pattern for my master bedroom...but the Tiger stripe caught my eye too - how fun!!

Andrea @ Decorating Cents said...

I would love the Hip to be Square for my office.

A day in the life of a Love said...

Just found your blog (and am here in C'ville too). LOVE the stencil you showcased, the large nova trellis, and might even be brave enough to try it in my dining room!

Britney said...

I'm a follower. Hard to choose! I love all the trellis ones and the linked in one too. I have a bathroom I could use it in or our new baby's bedroom.

I also might use it for a rug. I stenciled a rug for our dining area, the result is great, I'd do it again!

Fingers and toes crossed!
Thanks for the chance!

Britney
brit.barker@gmail.com

Elizabeth said...

I love the moorish trellis stencil! I think I would use it in my half bath to give it a little character!

Kimberly said...

The moorish trellis would look great in my closet or in the half bath. Heck I'd probably put it everywhere.

Nandini said...

I love the Moroccan Stencils: Chez Sheik large for a accent wall and also on a dresser.

graceHegives said...

Hmmmm... I think that I would love to do the Springtime in Paris on my bathroom ceiling. I already have Royal Design's Skylars lace to do on the floor. Done in a very pale tone on tone, it would finish off this project beautifully!!! Blessings!!! And thanks for the opportunity to see your beautiful blog!

sawstrunk said...

I am a new follower... I would love to have the large link trellis and plan to do the wall behind my bed that I am painting.
sawstrunk@aol.com

Destiny said...

I like the Moorish Trellis and the Ribbon Lattice. We're planning to make over our bedroom and I can imagine one wall stenciled.

anu said...

so hard...i covet the scallop and african wave stencils.

Utah Montero's said...

I am following and would love the one you actually have pictured first - Moorish Trellis. I've been thinking about purchasing it, but winning it would be even better.

Sows_Ear_Inn said...

I think either one of her peacock stencils would look cool....anywhere!

Southern By Heart said...

Would love the Casablanca Trellis stencil to add some needed pizazz to our 1970's eclectic entryway.

Tre said...

What a great giveaway! I'm partial to Kimono Allover # 3035 applied as a mural technique in my daughter's room. Good luck everybody :)

La Liz said...

Hi Marissa, I love the Moorish Trellis design! Thank you for this giveaway:)

handpainted rooms said...

love the scallops stencil! Maybe on my headboard wall?

Katie N. said...

I love the Moorish Trellis!

Kleeper said...

It was so hard to choose just one! I think I'd probably go with the large linked in. But I'd be tempted by the large Marakesh trellis. Fingers crossed!

Janna McCalley said...

I'd love to try something from their moroccan line or a suzani pattern!

Chimenti Studios said...

CHEZ SHEIK! Beautiful!

Annie @ House on Rene said...

I think I would choose the grand damask, maybe on my headboard wall! Thanks for this giveaway!

Sarah said...

I love the Allover Moroccan Arches Small and think it would make a great accent wall or maybe just a great large tray. Thanks!

Candice Isaacson said...

My absolutely favorite stencil is the Large Link In Allover. I have a perfect place for it in my kitchen.

Lauren Koncerak said...

The Moroccan Key- Large is so perfect- so many color combinations and pieces could be made with that! Walls and painted rug DIYs here I come!