When I was renovating nursery for my boy, one thing I left as is was ceiling. It’s covered in “sky” wallpaper, blue with white clouds on it. Then I added some planes, a seagull, and it became obviously sky-themed room all over. White walls added light, but they were were too plain and dull. So… I decide to add the lacking details with some extra clouds decor. The simplest way to add it? Stencils!
Surf some pins to find cloud style you like, and draw something similar:
Transfer it on cardboard and cut out with x-acto knife. Don’t make edges too wide.
Don’t toss the clouds you cut out! Rather, put a double-sided sticky tape on them. Because that way you can put it on wall to eyeball more precisely, where your stencils will suit best.
Push stencil against the wall and apply paint with the sponge. Dab it perpendicular to the wall, and make sure you apply enough at the outline.
I didn’t paint lot of them, just few here and there – this clouds decor is simply called to make a bond between ceiling and walls. Alas, here is how it looks above the daybed: