The romance of this raised plaster wallpaper stencil is unmistakable. Scrolling leaves of acanthus with twists and turns that look like handsomely tooled leather when color washed with a glaze. Try it on an old trunk, over your powder room walls or even stenciled on to a large, plain area rug for your living room (yes, you can use plaster stencils with paint).
Wallpaper stencils not only save you hundreds of dollars over traditional wallpaper, but also allow you to use the design on cabinets and furniture.
Remember that you can place tape around just a portion of the stencil design (to mask off other elements) and use just a part of the design for smaller applications