Thursday, May 26, 2011

I need YOUR help......Please?!

So remember my stencil wall that I have been working on? This right here:
 It didn't work out for me. Like at all. It's all crooked and silly me, I don't have any touch up paint for the beige. So I am going to start over. I need YOUR help! Here is the room:

 Picture three gold, curvy mirrors behind the cabinet. Then also a balloon back chair to the right of the cabinet (hopefully I can find something to reupholster on craigslist).

 Ok so here is where I need your opinion. I am going to show you several options I am thinking of doing. Let me know what you think would look the best. This is my entry way by the way. Here we go:

Love the horizontal stripes that Budget Wise Home did

 Amazing chevron wall at Layers of Meaning 

Love this large damask ribbon stencil at Royal Design Studio

I just adore this stencil at Jones Design Co
 SOOOOOOO Whatcha thinkin??? What one would you do in my entry way. I just can't seem to make up my mind! Any other ideas would be appreciated too!



texas girl said...

I think you should do eithe strode in neutrals with maybe a gold glaze over, or the damask!

Vivienne @ the V Spot said...

Hmmm. I like the stripe, but I also like the stencil. The damask might be too busy.

Josie said...

The stripes! Chevron looks good too but it would be quite a bold statement-don't know if that's what you're going for. The stripes would be really pretty but give your room a softer feel, ya know? Especially if you want the gold mirrors to steal the scene. :)

Krysta said...

I think I like the stripes best. It's so hard to decide!!! Just before heading to your blog I came across this post on stenciling.

Maybe it will help...or just confuse you more! :) We'll chat soon.

Rebecca said...

If it were me I would choose the damask. Not only is it beautiful but it seems to be more forgiving a pattern. And you can play with it more. You can vary the shades of your paint too. said...

I think the stripes. Its classic, where the others I feel are in style for right now. Plus it will open up the space, where I feel the others will make the space feel bit smaller? Your cabinet is pretty and your mirrors and it should be the star of the space dont you think?

Rebecca said...

Scarlett has a good point about taking away from the cabinet and mirrors being the focus.

Bloomin Rose said...

I'd say myself - either budget wise, or royal design studio. but in muted tones.