Posted January 17, 2012 by Christina
Oh why oh why can’t this be the standard anymore dahhling? so beautiful!
Fri Oct 17 15:25:17 2014
Wow!!, what beautiful detail!!
Fri Oct 17 15:25:16 2014
Love the wooden honeycomb ceiling!
Love – Love – Love a ceiling of interest! Imagine how difficult that work was to do.Thank you for sharing….Have a great Tuesday.
They’re so beautiful, I need to start thinking more of our ceilings in terms of paint, something that highlights.
Lovely, I was just looking at a real estate listing for a 20’s McKim, Mead & White with gorgeous plaster ceilings so they’ve been on my mind ever since!
I couldn’t live without high high ceilings but I can’t possibly aspire to these…totally awesome, C. Who are you inviting to dinner for our BIO post? xx’s
Fri Oct 17 15:25:15 2014
i love all of these–but especially the the last domed ceiling. The flowers formed between the arches are an unexpected treat for the eye–stunning!
So beautiful. Love when the details of a room are thought out, even the ceilings.
Gorgeous details. Looking up has it’s advantages!
Completely amazing! Thanks for the reminder to look up once in a while!
Fri Oct 17 15:25:14 2014
Just beautiful. Plastering, such as this, is a dying art. Aesthetically appealing environment is so mentally uplifting. Warm wishes
these are pretty amazing
It’s my favorite thing to do> look up. Echoing Marsha- those ceilings are awesome!
I’m absolutely dying over this post! These ceilings are fabulous- I love architectural elements like this- they really do make a home so special. thanks for sharing!xo, jc
Fri Oct 17 15:25:13 2014
The well-designed flooring also helped make those areas beautiful. It is important to prioritize the ceiling and floor, as the appearance and design of those parts can uplift the mood of an entire room.Ed Iwasaki
Lovely! The last one is a reminder to always think 3 dimensionally!!
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