This simple yet very effective wall is stencilled using a gothic style design (GMT69) from The Stencil Library. The walls are painted with Crown emulsion paint and the picture is from their brochure. I thought at first glance that the stencil had been reused on the cushion covers. This motif is a good size for a cushion project and a squirt of fabric medium from Golden Acrylics into the paint would make it machine washable.
The paint used through the stencils is Striking from Crown Paint and the wall behind the motifs is coloured with Rebel. I have used Rebel quite a lot recently as it's a good rich black. For those that prefer a very dark grey/barely black Crown has a paint called Little Black Dress which is also rather good.
The stencilling can be applied with stencil brush or foam sponge. To get a similar look to the picture line up the side of the stencil with the edge of the wall. Determine where the central motif will be. In this case it was just above the mantle, measure the spacing in both directions from that one. Once the positions of the motifs are worked out the stencilling should be a quick project.
I think the result illustrates an elegant focal point for little financial outlay. With care the stencil can be re used many times and could go on to decorate another room.