it was pretty tricky getting a ceiling up where there are NO floors, trust me.
The most exciting news is that my ceiling is now a glimmering reality! Most people would think...hmm....whats the big deal, its just a ceiling. Well, I'm mostly excited about the simple fact that I no longer have ceilings made of dripping gray insulation covered in hideous plastic! The falling chunks of recycled newspaper powder can frankly be a huge detriment when painting in molten wax (although in some fortunate cases, it worked for me "texturally"... a "happy accident" as our legendary friend Bob Ross liked to say ;-) Anyway, this previous nasty looking eyesore is now completely covered in beautiful blonde shiplap wood, thanks to my talented friend and builder, George Abetti who came back down from Vermont and took time from his very busy schedule to help me out with this project and boy am I glad he did!
If you have been followed this blog or the progress on my studio, then you know George well. He is the man responsible for helping me create this gorgeous little dream studio..and the man who made it possible for me to learn the fine craft of barn building. I owe a huge thank you to George who, along with my husband Rick and I, tirelessly worked our butts off. We installed the entire ceiling and finished every last detail of the gorgeous little light filled cupola in 2 short days. The difference in breathtaking.