Click HERE and you will see not only the different stencils used to create these panels, but a different configuration using these same stencils. We have used FR27 Belle Quadrant, FR28 Belle Corner, FR29 Belle Mini Border and FR31 Belle Motif. Panels are an integral part of historical interior decoration. I am not sure why...maybe it was simply because it was a way to divide up large wall and ceiling spaces (as historically speaking, elaborate decoration occured mostly in larger homes). If that is the case, then it was very effective. Of course most of that panelling was either carved wood or moulded plaster. Now we can create it with stencils and use them in average homes on normal height and sized walls. In order to accomodate different sized spaces, we have made these stencils in elements. So you have cornerpieces, centrepieces, motifs, and borders. We do a few different styles in our French Inspired range and the Classical Victorian section of our British Inspired range. What you use and the way you use them is up to you. You can create square or rectangular panels and to whatever size needed. Yes, you will need to do some planning and measuring and then will need to lightly mark out the panel size on your surface so you have something to follow, but the results are always worth the effort. This is certainly an effect that cannot be achieved with paper. It is classic in style and is a great way to break up wall surfaces. If you are ambitious, you can create a large panel on your ceiling. That these stencils are in elements mean you are not working with huge heavy stencils on what is an awkward surface. You can use panels to frame something important to make more of a feature of them.