I had intended to post a few pictures showing stencilled projects that shared a combination of the colours blue and white but did not realise that I had SO many. I will feature a few partnerships of pale blue and white stencil work and publish darker blues on the next post. My first picture shows stencils AD2 Robert Adam border and AD7 Adam Cartouche
The stag antlers were designed by Bronwen Marshall and made by The Stencil Library for Crown Paint, picture from Crown Paint.
Photo credit. BBC Good Homes magazine. The tumble of cherry blossom was acheived by stencilling JA47 in a custom size, omitting the branches and stencilling the flowers only. The branches are present in the next photo of JA47 from Australia's Inside+Out magazine.
Inside+Out magazine also featured GR65 Pampas Grass stencil from our Garden Room collection. Photo William Meppem.
The Chinese style pattern CH28 was stencilled in white onto the walls of our old shop, the stencil was reused in my kitchen.
This white onto blue stencilled decoration features stencil number DE232 from our range of Art Deco stencils...
and this simple but pretty idea came from garden Life magazine and showed a double sized Forget-me-not stencil from our Garden Room range; we make lettering stencils too.
I was not quite sure whether this photo was blue or lavender but I shall claim it for this feature, the stencil is GMT54 and it appeared on the cover of BBC Good Homes magazine.
Blue and white decoration appears on the floor, wall and furniture in this picture by David Montgomery and Katrin Cargill for Country Living Magazine. The stencils are: Floor stencil pattern is OTT34 a tile stencil from our Ottoman Collection. The design on the table is OTT46 and stencil on walls is CS38 Fern stencil solo.
Ben Kendrick for Country Living magazine used stencil BW25, I used this design on a floor and fireplace in my home.
CH45 Rococo Chinoiserie repeat stencil. I use this design a lot, I have it in black on some cabinets and in taupe on some window shutters
Photo James Merrill via House to Home; featuring our Eslington border stencil and squares from our Big & Bold range of decorating masks.
Stephanie Jones of Me & Mrs Jones painted the blue and white willow pattern on theses shelves. I see that she has a new book published too.
Finally, a guest room in the attic of my home, three shades of blue were blended through oversized elements of our Willow Pattern Stencils.
Hope you liked some of them. More next week!