San Francisco RemodelTransitional Nursery, San Francisco
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This bold choice in glossy ceiling color provides an entirely different feel but is balanced by the white walls and furniture, making the contrast a powerful focal point of the room. When thinking of your baby, what colors speak to you?
4. Ceiling stunner. As more of us look up to find decorating potential on the “fifth wall,” a few see the ceiling as a logical venue to experiment with lacquer. Maybe your home is already a finished product, stuffed to the gills with your favorite furniture, colors and personal treasures, with no room for more. Maybe you’re a minimalist with a decorator’s soul and need to get your fix with a project that won’t add physical clutter. Glossing the ceiling could be your solution.
5. Something bold. I know that an orange ceiling may not be for everyone, but I do believe every home should have at least one bold and beautiful element that can’t be found anywhere else. Whether this shows up as a bright color, a striking wallpaper, a quirky vintage find or a mismatched piece of furniture, your decor should include at least one choice that feels like a risk. You know what they say: no risk, no reward.
Consider applying glossy paint or another high-shine treatment to your ceiling. Play it safe and stick with a high-shine surface in classic white or a neutral hue, or opt for a bold, punchy colour that reflects your personality, like the playful orange ceiling in the nursery above.Ceiling paint: Eurolux Light Orange BS557, Fine Paints of Europe