(I did NOT faux finish this ceiling. I ripped this picture out of a magazine for inspiration and of course can’t find the magazine to give credit where credit is due.)
Dear amazing faux artist who did this ceiling-
Your ceiling is the perfect mix of all things pretty for me.
It balances old wood with new faux. I love the shiny gold leaf with the flat tones of the wood. The uneven hanging of the lights is genius. Your stenciling is amazing. I love, love, love the melon color with the red. And your gold leaf is stunning!
Take a bow faux artist…..that ceiling is a winner.
Edited because a sweet reader named Suzanna found the ceiling on the Cutting Edge Stencils website. You can see it there at http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/chinoiserie-ceiling.html. Thanks Suzanna!!!!
Very pretty & inspiring! I loved your tissue paper tutorial, too!!! I would so do tissue paper on a wall if I weren’t renting. But I might be inspired to try it on a smaller scale. It would be a cool technique to do on a picture frame, maybe. Blessings!
That’s what I’m saying!!! What a ceiling. I agree with you the light fixture is way out of the box. Must store in design file. Thank you for sharing.
BTW – your ceiling is beautiful too. I like this idea and will give it a try.
That’s some serious art.
This ceiling is a show stopper!
Oh well — Jennifer, I didn’t want to say anything, but actually now that you mention it and all — well (clears throat) I, ummm, I actually did that ceiling (hahaha) NOT!!!!! It looks like something you did and it is a wonderful piece. The ceiling becomes artwork when done in this manner! Beautiful!
Oh, oh, oh!!! I know! I know!!! It is on he Cutting Edge Stencil website…
I double love, NO – I TRIPLE love their site!!!