Stacey Tranter is an artisan who can make all of your wallpaper and décor dreams come true! She strives to please all of her customers and clients by designing customizable products. Stacey says “each sheet of paper is rich with layers. Some are paint and glaze. Some are metallic plaster. Some include stencils or hand painting. But no matter the ingredients, all are created by hand in our studio with the techniques we have perfected over the years and those we have yet to invent along the way.”
Above are a few examples of her wallpapers she has for sale online at http://www.staceytranter.com/
Stacey and her husband, Derek Tranter, have a business together called Twin Diamond Studios. Below are images of their faux painting designs featured on their website http://www.twindiamonds.com/
Metallic Glaze With Organic Stencil. Ritz Carlton- Baltimore, MD
Flowering Trees Mural. Chevy Chase MD- Celia Welch Interiors
I had the pleasure of working with Stacey back in 2015 for the D.C. Design House Butler’s Pantry wallpaper. Below are a few pictures of her amazing work. I wanted a repurposed wood ceiling in the Butler’s Pantry and so I collaborated with Stacey and she added this wood wallpaper to the ceiling. Everyone who came in to the space thought the ceiling was real wood. Even the builder of the house thought so!
I designed the wallpaper for the back of the closets featured here, and Stacey created wallpaper in these horizontal stripes, just as I’d imagined in my head. She created it on a wallpaper which was added to the space, and then she named this particular wallpaper style “Margery”, which was fun for me!
I also got Stacey to stencil the sisal rug in the space to liven it up. I wanted the contiguous circles, and they almost look 3-D in the way she painted them. I even had her lacquer this chandelier, featured below, in this teal color to tie in with everything else in the space. We had such fun together doing the Butler’s Pantry.