Above, top and below – Damask Fleur de Lys Stencil feature from Ideal Home Magazine’s ‘How to Use Grape Purple’. Stencilled in Silver Lights Metallic Stencil Paint between silver stripes on a purple backdrop. Images: © Ideal Home Magazine.
Above – shows the whole room featuring the Damask Fleur de Lys Stencil from the Ideal Home feature –www.idealhomemagazine.co.uk.
Above – the Damask Fleur de Lys Stencil in Ice White Stencil Paint on a chalky green background.
Above – the Damask Fleur de Lys Stencil repeated with the Damask Latticework Stencil in Ice White Stencil Paint on a raspberry coloured background. See the Damask Latticework page for more images of these stencils combined together.
See also the Damask Coeur de Lys Stencil and the large Damask Latticework Stencil, which are on the same scale as this stencil and can be stencilled together to create impressive contemporary effects. Also see our scaled up Oversize Damask Fleur de Lys Stencil and Oversize Damask Coeur de Lys Stencil and Damask Acanthus Swirls Stencil.
Above – close up of the same scheme. This effect is best applied with a Stencil Roller, which is both faster and gentler to the stencil, as it does not lift intricate shapes and gives less wear and tear on repeat stencilling projects.
Above – the Damask Fleur de Lys is stencilled in the same colours as above in simple horizontal rows for a classic wallpaper repeat effect.
Easy to use one layer stencil on one sheet of 125 micron mylar.
Fleur de Lys motif measures up to 41cm (16 “) long x 30cm (12″) across at widest points.
Sheet size 46cm (18″) deep x 35cm (13 3/4″”) wide.
Left – shows the layout of the single sheet of the Damask Fleur de Lys Stencil.