Stenciled Playroom using the Polka Dot Stencil on the Ceiling
Happy Hump Day, my stencil lovin’ mamas and papas! It’s no secret that we love stenciling. After all, what’s not to love about pretty patterns and eye-catching hues? And one of our favorite spaces to stencil is a kid’s playroom. A playroom can be a blast to stencil because it’s a space that allows you to step outside of your decorating comfort zone. Just like the name implies, it’s a place where you can play with your creative style by choosing bolder hues and zippier patterns.
Do you remember about a month ago, when Cutting Edge Stencils had a stencil mentioned in the Land of the Nod’s July catalog? Mary, and her husband Heff, had redesigned their play space using our Tribe Allover Stencil in a mix of red, pink, and white. You can read about their stencil project here.
And then there’s this blast from our stenciled past. Remember when Jen from I Heart Organizing used our Birch Forest Stencil to give her playroom a fun twist? You can read all about that project here.
See what we mean about play spaces allowing for some fun decorating choices? Before you go skipping down the hall to transform your play space with a stencil, take a look at this awesome playroom makeover by Simply Sadie Jane.
Sadie Jane is the DIY mastermind behind the blog, Simply Sadie Jane. She was determined to transform her unfinished basement into a playroom for her kids. She had no set theme but rather a vision of complementing colors, patterns, and textures. Before she even put her first coat of paint on the wall, she knew she wanted to incorporate the Polka Dot Stencil into the design of the room. Here is a quick peak at what she started with and where she ended up.
Below you can see Sadie Jane and her husband working through the stenciling process. For their ceiling project, Sadie Jane found it really helpful to have a stenciling partner for the extra set of hands. She used blue painters tape to adhere the stencil to the ceiling and our foam roller to paint the pattern. Then she applied Rust-oleum paint, but you could easily get the same look using Benjamin Moore’s red 2000-10, green 2044-10 and yellow 2022-10. The primary color combination is bright and cheerful, which is perfect for a play space!
And here we have it, Sadie Jane’s Ahh-Mazing playroom with a Polka Dot stenciled ceiling. We just LOVE how this eye-catching pattern looks in this space.
PS. Sadie Jane is hosting a Cutting Edge Stencils giveaway on her blog right now! Check out some of her other craft projects and make sure you enter for a chance to win a $50 credit towards any stencil!
Do you have a play space in your house that could use some stencil love? We’d love to read about your projects in the comments below!
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Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew