I finished the "tin" tiles for the ceiling. The best way to add the color is with your finger I've found. I used silver for the tin showing through and a golden brown for the rust effect.
And there it is in place. The walls are a blush of pink. It is a very pale effect. I did the fireplace mantle in gray. and the wood floors cream.
The attic floor is gray, the walls are cream and the attic ceiling is white-washed.
I did the turret concrete and the plaster walls. I also worked on the roof edge.
Oh that is just darling! The little tin ceiling is so cute!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for your advice on my headboard:) I'm new to all these painting techniques but it sure is fun learning!
I'm sure the house will be awesome!ReplyDelete
I like the front design, the ceiling effect is charming!
Another beauty you have there,
coming along nicely, can't wait to
see the finished product as always.
Please come by to see me tomorrow afternoon, I have a nice surprise for you.
Oh yes! You are doing such a fanciful job on this! I think I might want to move in!ReplyDelete
I adore the pink walls and the rusty ceiling.
Such a beautiful palette! It's going to be another beauty. =)ReplyDelete
Please make a bedroom for me, here......... xo RellaReplyDelete
Thank you Lataina! :)ReplyDelete
Me encantan los acabados que consigues en paredes y techos son magnificos.ReplyDelete
I love watching your process, Caroline! Can't wait to see it finished! :-)ReplyDelete