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Stenciling

Stenciling has been used since ancient times as a way to decorate everything from walls to pottery.  Innovations in stenciling materials have changed how we can stencil today.  Stencils used to be a way to quickly repeat a pattern.  In addition to traditional applications, we now have the option of creating large intricate one-piece stencils that look almost hand painted which open the possibilities for everything from ceilings to floors!

Cica Lisa Designs
Stenciling is taken to new levels in this estate dining room. A custom stencil was created and artfully placed to give it a more freehand appearance. It was hand colored and the hand painted birds were strategically placed.
Cica Lisa Designs
A custom stencil was created tying in the pattern on the tiles without repeating it exactly.
Cica Lisa Designs
Individual stencil patterns were created for the unusual wall angles so the design is repeated only once on each wall to create a deep frieze in a high ceilinged powder room.
Cica Lisa Designs
Intricate custom large scale stencil accents a tray ceiling.
Cica Lisa Designs
A Color washed faux finish tones the background for a simple stencil under the chair rail to balance the large ceiling stencil.
Cica Lisa Designs
Detail of a raised stencil enhanced with glazing.
Cica Lisa Designs
A powder room is given an aged look by creating a raised stencil with several layers of glazing.
Cica Lisa Designs
This stunning ceiling was created using both a faux finish of glazing and a custom sized large stencil.
Cica Lisa Designs
A damask stencil was combined with Lusterstone to create a slightly textured glowing metallic treatment in this elegant powder room.