Sunday, January 22, 2012

nailhead ceiling

I nailed it...

and nailed it, and nailed it, and nailed it, and nailed it, and nailed it and nailed it...
again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again!

Today...just pretty pictures.

I love it...














Tomorrow...all the details
including,
product, price, prep, problems, and patience! 

Joining Tuesday's Treasures at Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Imagine the Impossibilities 2012 Party

44 comments:

Jenny said...

OMG, my neck and shoulders hurt just looking at that! Looks amazing!

Dana Frieling@ Make Them Wonder said...

I love it! I love it! I love it! and I love it! Nice job, friend. I see many features headed your way!!

Leslie said...

ONG! You are the queen of patience and persistance. It looks great! Love it! LZ

classic • casual • home said...

So much fun....gorgeous.

classic • casual • home said...

PS. I LOVE it too!!!!

Carly {a simple affair} said...

Holy incredible! So glad you stuck with it because it is seriously amazing! I would just sit and stare at it for long periods of time and pat myself on the back if I had done that, but that's just me :) Can't wait for all the details! xo

Nancie B said...

WOW! WOW!! WOW! If my dining room ceiling wasn't 12 feet high I would start nailing today.

Holly said...

Pam! I can't believe it. It's awesome! And a new chandy too - or did you paint the old one I can't remember? The new ceiling rocks - what a statement!

Lana said...

What a lot of work. I scraped all the popcorn texture off my ceiling a few years ago to have a smooth painted ceiling. Looking at these photos brings back memories of all the work and sore neck. It was worth it though. Your ceiling looks beautiful.

Lori said...

Oh my goodness, Pam. You hit the nail on the head! Your ceiling is SO beautiful and unique. I'm feeling your pain, but it was worth it. I love it.

Inspired said...

You are a true artist! DaVinci would be so proud. Your ceiling is nothing short of amazing. You've got talent...not to mention patience!

Jennifer L. Griffin said...

PERFECTION! That is seriously amazing! Do you feel a bit like Michelangelo?

Maury Kilgo said...

This is stunning! Holy cow, I absolutely love it.

Kayla @ Your Day Simplified said...

I was so looking forward to seeing this post and its even more beautiful than I pictured!

Fashion Meets Food said...

Oh my word I simply love this! xo

Tracey@Breathing English Air said...

WOW! Absolutely stunning. I appreciate it must have been incredibly hard work, but the end result is worth it. You must be thrilled.

Inspired said...

Ooops! I meant Michelangelo, but I bet DaVinci would have loved it too! Can you tell I minored in Art History?! Amazing work.

Calypso In The Country said...

Love it Pam! You are truly talented and I am guessing - very patient! Great job!
-Shelley

navy and orange said...

great job! love it!

xoxo navy & orange

Pattie said...

Absolutely STUNNING it is one of the most creative things I have ever seen... visiting from TT. have a wonderful week

Pattie

Jean @ Flower Hill said...

Absolutely stunning!

Lisa Scibilia said...

Oh my gosh Pam!!! Gorgeous!!!

the cape on the corner said...

wow! what a great idea, and i'm sure it was a lot of work!

Tabitha said...

OMG! You are a genius I LOVE it! What a great idea, so beautiful! Thanks for sharing, I'm your newest follower. Tabitha @ simplyhomecents.blogspot.com

Terry said...

Talk about thinking outside the box! I have never even thought of something like this. Have you had to go to the chiropractor after doing this fantastic project? Love it!

Lisa - A Room with A View said...

Such nice detail has been added to an already perfectly pretty ceiling.

Lisa said...

That is completely stunning! Really, there aren't words for how fabulous your idea was! I'm totally blown away by the nail heads girl! WOW!

Debbie refreshrestyle said...

You are amazing! Sorry it took me so long to get back, you were just starting the last time I was here...it looks great!
Debbie

Suzy www.savedbysuzy.blogspot.com said...

Pam, this is incredible! You must have the patience of a saint, but all of your patience and hard work definitely paid off in this stunning ceiling.

Eclectically Vintage said...

This is fantastic!! I need this! You must have a kink in your neck after that job! Would love you to link up to our blog hop party - Imagine the Impossibilities Challenge
http://www.eclecticallyvintage.com/4/post/2012/01/imagine-the-impossibilities-link-party.html
Kelly

SHERRY HART said...

Holy genius! This is so fabulous Pam!!!

Amanda said...

ohmygawsh!!! and you neck has GOT to be killing you!! I can't imagine. It is truly breathtaking!!

Lucy Designs said...

crazy good! I love it!

Lucy Designs said...

are you on Facebook? couldn't find you

Linda @ it all started with paint said...

Pam, are you kidding me?!? Wowza! This has been pinned ...

Thanks so much for sharing at our Impossibilities challenge!

Linda

Kelly @ JAX does design said...

THAT IS STUNNING! WOW! I never would have thought to use nailheads to create a pattern on a ceiling. It's just beyond amazing - I'm in awe!

Eclectically Vintage said...

So glad you linked up to our challenge - pinning this!
Kelly

micki @ ADD housewife said...

amazing! I am so impressed. And I totally love the chandelier!

RHome410 said...

What a unique idea and look! Perfect for that high ceiling and a great backdrop for the chandelier.

Karah @ thespacebetweenblog said...

Oh my Goodness. You did nail it! So awesome!!
Thanks so much for linking up to the challenge! Karah

Erin of Salvaged Whimsy said...

gorgeous and soooo creative!

Wonderful Life! said...

YAY! I'm follower #200! Congrats!
Love the ceiling, I used upholstery tacks on my foyer walls 15 years ago and it was a lot of work, but I loved it! Check out my newbie blog...5 followers :) wonderfullifeinteriors.blogspot.com

Ange said...

Gorgeous! I saw this on pinterest a few hundred times and here it was you! Wow! Thanks for stopping over and I am following you, so glad!

Hyphen Interiors said...

Amazing!!! Love it so much. Great work. Such a statement.

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