Thursday, January 20, 2011

flowers on the ceiling.

done! you remember my inspiration from the other day?

i translated it onto this master bedroom's ceiling. i wanted it to complement the room, and not just be a random pattern on the ceiling, so i created a swirled look that sort of wraps around the perimeter. there will eventually be a chandelier in the middle where the plastic cover is now...

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what it looks like when you walk in the door to the bedroom...

from the ground:

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some detail shots:
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hello, birdie.

my favorite flower:
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32 comments:

  1. wow, it's beautiful, i love the colors!

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  2. wow! wow! wow! this is so fantastic! great job!

    xo

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  3. I say it all the time but YOU ARE SO GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  4. thanks guys!

    haha, pam, thaaaaank you. my neck is happy to take a little looking up break today!!!

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  5. Wow, wow, wow and WOW!
    ever since I saw you post the chair, I've been waiting to see the finished product. It really lives up to the expectations.

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  6. That's absolutely beyond amazing Kristen. I mean, it's beautiful! You have such a wonderful talent!

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  7. this is so pretty! i wish i had the guts to do this in my master!

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  8. Just found your blog and I love it!

    This mural is so beautiful - you are very talented!

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  9. Wow, Kristen... just wow. It's incredible!

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  10. gorgeous...do you have a hard-core crick in your neck now?!?! would love to hear your tips on painting ceilings!

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  11. I was thinking the same thing! How is she not perma-looking-up? If that was me I would have rented a scaffolding so I could lay on my back.

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  12. This is gorgeous! I love how the branches kinda swirl together. They *almost* look like a heart in the second pic. Please tell me you used some sort of scaffolding.

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  13. Simply LOVELY! Did you use scaffolding or just a ladder?

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  14. amazing! you must have been channeling Michelangelo, painting upside down like that!

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  15. AMAZING! You did a wonderful job!

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  16. My goodness ... the talent you have in your little finger! Destiny

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  17. That would have taken ages, but on the ceiling? wow you are so talented! Hope you received a well earned massage after all that work :)

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  18. Wow. Totally in awe. And worried about your arms and neck!

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  19. Awesome - how hard was it to paint all that on the ceiling? Really, really gorgeous.

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  20. thanks guys...i did it with a ladder. scaffolding is just too difficult...my neck is fine, though..i think im getting used to it!

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  21. looks great! you are so talented!

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  22. I'm a little late to the party, but I just had to say that I love your work. It's sooo pretty. I admire your painting skills.

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  23. I'm also late to the party, but I have to say Michelangelo has nothing on you, that is so beautiful!

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