Pretty sure someone posted the vinyl wall art chandelier before:
From a blog called "Design Inspiration
One of our favourite decorating themes is pattern on top of pattern. Stencils are perfect for creating layers of pattern. The key to getting the look right without overwhelming a scheme is to get the balance of the two patterns not only right with each other, but also right with the rest of the room. This is a theme we will come back to in future posts, but for now, we are showing you stencil pattern on top of stencil pattern. First we stencilled the wall with an all over repeat pattern stencil, CH35 Passion Flower, from our Chinoiserie range http://www.stencil-library.com/docs/cat300.htm.
We wanted the base pattern to be quite strong and rich so stencilled in a burgundy colour that showed up well against the blue wall. Once the wall was covered with pattern, we were ready to add the next layer of pattern. For this scheme, we have chosen a motif, a chandelier stencil from our On-line Exclusives range http://www.stencil-library.com/docs/exclusives02.html. This stencil works well in all kinds of rooms where an added dose of glamour is needed. We cannot always afford glass drop chandeliers or have the room to hang them so a stencil is not a bad alternative. A client recently purchased this stencil to repeat down the stairs in her hallway and around her dining room which I know will look fantastic. The chandelier stencil comes with a length of chain so that it can be "hung" at any height you like whether it is at one height or different heights as it has been done in this photo. It also comes in three layers: the first layer is the colour of the chandelier, in this case, white (but for on-trend glamour, go for black); the second layer allows you to put the background colour back in certain areas (if you have a stencilled background, you can also put the stencilled decoration back in); the third layer is to add the highlights to the drops. We chose a paler version of our wall colour. Note that the chandelier looks great over the background pattern, even though the background has been done with quite strong colours, because it is much larger in scale. If you had wanted the chandelier to be the predominant pattern, then you could stencil your background pattern in much more muted or tone on tone colours. If you are thinking about layering pattern in your room, then the key things to consider are the colours you want to use, the scale of the patterns and which pattern you want to emphasise (if any). If you like this idea, keep a look out for more pattern on pattern inspiration in future posts.
Then there is this one:
Do you guys LOVE this as much as I do?!