Taking a ceiling from dull to dramatic can be accomplished so many different ways. Using color and murals on kids’ room ceilings has already been covered and both methods use paint…..but painted perfection on kids’ room ceilings ramps up the excitement a bit more!
I can hear you asking, “Just what does “painted perfection mean?” Glad you asked. Taking a ceiling to perfection is the process of improving the design in a manner that could not be better or in other words, using paint as the way to finish off a room design without flaw.
In each of the rooms shown, paint was applied in one of a variety of methods…..taping, ragging, stippling, sponging, stenciling, and splattering. Except for the height, each method is pretty easy to apply. (Arms get pretty tired reaching overhead….is that why Michelangelo painted on his back?)
Anyway, enough said…..let’s look a painted perfection!
Just remember this tip when painting a ceiling – since glossy paint creates glare, use matte paint in large areas and gloss in smaller doses, unless the glare is part of the design intent.
For more ideas on walls see Kids Room Ceiling Essentials and watch for more posts on the following wall finish topics: