I’m sure many a home renovation has consisted of ripping down ceiling medallions (or glittery popcorn ceilings), but if you’re game for adding a bit of architectural flair with a Mid-Century Modern twist to your home, you MUST check out this DIY project!
My blogger buddy (and all-around awesome person) Adrienne Breaux posted about this project yesterday, but it was too good not to share on Curbly. Plus, it’s modernism month, right? Sharing this was kind of a no-brainer!
Moving right along, this starburst ceiling medallion was created by Becke and Lee of The Vintage Cabin, a blog that chronicles their adventures in thrifting and home renovation (they also run an Etsy shop of the same name). While the project is definitely DIYable, it has quite a few steps which they’ve written out in detail here. Before that, let’s see what kind of materials we’ll need to recreate a similar look:
- 1-2 Pieces of Mat Board
- Hockey Tape and Painter’s Tape
- Wallpaper Paste
- Construction Adhesive
- Fine Sandpaper
Once you’ve decided on which room deserves the special Starburst Medallion treatment, head on over to 2Modern for the full-length tutorial and additional photos!
Meanwhile, what do you think of this little architectural addition? Yay or nay? Weigh in with your thoughts in the comments below!