The next time you walk into a room, look up and what do you see? Chances are it’s a plain, boring, neglected ceiling. But why are most ceilings left undecorated while the walls get all the attention? A painted and stenciled ceiling can be the perfect way to complete a delicious decorating scheme-kind of like the cherry on top of a yummy sundae. With the help of Royal Design Studio ceiling stencils, your room can easily be decorated with style from bottom to top. The Ceiling Stencils collection features sets of coordinating medallions, center, and corner stencil patterns that can be combined to create a classic ceiling design.
The Avignon Ceiling Stencil Set, with its ornate scroll motifs, could be the perfect addition to a formal dining room or bedroom, don’t you think?
Ceilings are a great place to emphasize traditional design and pattern, while showing off interesting light fixtures. Above, our European Lace Ceiling Medallion Stencil provides Old World flair and a stunning architectural accent without costing a small fortune. Now that’s a steal!
Creative customers Brenda and her son wanted to restore an 1882 Queen Anne Victorian Home that was on the National Register. They turned to Royal Design Studio stencils for help. They found the perfect Victorian Ceiling Stencils that would complement the historical house without taking away from its original style.
If your tastes run a little less traditional, you can also use any of our stencils to paint an allover ceiling design. Can’t decide what’s best for you? Let’s take a look at these 8 non-traditional stenciled ceilings below that take the room decor over the top:
Even if you want a space to be neutral and subtle, ceiling stencils can pull it together to create a space that flows beautifully into the next area. POP Painting followed this tip when decorating this hallway with our Mughal Trellis Moroccan Stencil and Grand Mughal Border Stencil.
The graceful scrolls of our Raj Trellis Stencil beautifully accentuate the curves of a barrel hallway ceiling. Divine Rooms did a remarkable job of creating a space that is both serene and surprising with this stenciled ceiling!
All of our stencils can be used on a variety of surfaces of course, including ceilings. Scribbles Murals used our popular Moorish Trellis Stencil to stencil this ceiling instead of the walls to showcase the elegant light fixture.
Elegant Finishes by Gina played up the architectural features of this room with our Chez Sheik Moroccan Stencil. The color and pattern draw attention to the wood beam and the angular shape of the ceiling. If it was painted white, you may never notice how pretty and unique this space is!
Ceiling stencils can make a room appear taller and larger because they draw the eye up. Look how Patricia Jelen used our Circle of Life African Stencil to make this dining area a place where customers can look up and enjoy the space!
Tiffany Alexander enjoys using stencils in a non-traditional manner. On a surface of crackled plaster, she stenciled our Classic Damask Stencil as a “torn paper” finish on the ceiling, breaking up the pattern in a charming and rustic way.
Ceiling stencils create excitement on an otherwise plain ceiling. LMI Studios chose to think outside the box – and off the walls – and used our Kyoto Allover Stencil to create a captivating decorative treatment in this recessed ceiling space. The crown molding seems to frame the stenciling like the work of art that it is.
One of the many benefits of stenciling an allover pattern is that it creates a uniform, cohesive design. If you have a coffered ceiling, you can use ceiling stencils to create a consistently captivating pattern throughout. Our Marrakesh Trellis Stencil graces the insets of Janie Ellis’ coffered ceiling in a striking color combination, adding even more architectural interest to an already gorgeous interior.
Did these stenciled ceilings catch your attention? Then it’s time to ditch your white ceilings and paint them with ceiling stencils! We’d love to see how your ceiling makeover turns out! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, share them on our Facebook Page, or you can even Instagram your projects and tag us with #royaldesignstudio