6.15.2012

pink ceilings

Happy Friday!  I'm starting to work on a little girl's room, a little boy's room, and a nursery.  Yay!  I love designing for children.  My client and I are thinking Wedgewood Gray by Benjamin Moore for the walls and a pale pink for the ceiling.  I pulled these images for inspiration.  I must say, there's really something to love about the deeper pink colors.  




You've probably seen this room by Tineke Triggs all over Pinterest.  It's so well done.





All of these images can be found here.

Pink ceilings can be sweet and sophisticated.  I think they work in so many different rooms... not just for children. Are you convinced?  Do you prefer the pale pink or the deep pink?

15 comments:

  1. I'm typically not a pink person, but some of those images could definitely sway me! Think I'd have to ease into it and go with pale. Hope you get to share pics of the rooms you're designing!

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  2. Pink celings...
    We can make wonderful interiors with this colour and for everybody!

    http://collectingdesignin.blogspot.no/

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  3. Yes, I think! Pale or deep depends on the room and the overall design, but it is lovely either way.

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  4. I love me some pink! Especially on the ceiling...love :)

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  5. Very cool! Love pink with gray. :)

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  6. I went the pale blue route when redecorating a bedroom and the painter (that's right, I am not a DIY-er) had a terrible time covering the existing Ceiling White that was there when we bought the house. I had a hard time believing it took so many coats to cover a basic white ceiling! But we kept seeing the strokes left by the paint roller. Have you ever had this happen or did I just hire a crapper painter?

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    1. That has happened to me and I paint A LOT. :). If your plaster ceilings were never primed, they soak up paint like a sponge. Mine are textured and were never done in the 15 years prior to paint-happy me moving in. It was a pain in the butt!! Worth it, however!

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  7. Hi Abby! You know I love color on the ceiling! I could do any these pinks. I'm going bolder on my living room ceiling soon.

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  8. Ooh I'm loving these! I'm more of a pale pink kinda gal, but that striped ceiling is bananas!

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  9. I love the pink and grey together. There's a super cute pink and grey nursery I saw recently onto On To Baby. I'm a sucker for grey!

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  10. I've been thinking about painting my girl's ceiling a pale pink. These are great inspiration pics!

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  11. The ceiling is sometimes the forgotten wall....and it can make a huge impact in a room!

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  12. I painted my daughter's nursery Passive by SW and the ceiling is Venus Pink by SW...silvery grey with pale pink..it looks beautiful:)

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  13. alpenasusan@gmail.comJune 20, 2012 at 7:12 PM

    Go Bold or Go Home - - - the darker and richer the pink the better!~

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  14. Can you direct me to where I can purchase the duvet covers? They are precious and I'm doing my little girls room!

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Abby Manchesky Interiors is a boutique design firm based in Grand Rapids, MI. Combining the new traditional, vintage and a dash of the unexpected is her ideal. Contact Abby Manchesky Interiors for more information on available interior design services for clients near and far. abbyminteriors@gmail.com | 616.719.9400

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