Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Flower-filled Ceilings


Imagine walking into a room that has flowers trailing over all of its walls and ceiling as well!

Flowers on the ceiling?  Hmmmmm. Now that's a new one for me.

Look up:



Well, while on a day trip last week, I walked into a building at the Elizabeth Park Rose Garden in Hartford, Connecticut, and the entryway had flowers on the walls and ceiling!

See below?  Yowsers!









Then, when entering the ladies' room, huge colored flowers covered the ceiling there, too! 



They were actually quite attractive and very unique.  


I think I could live with flowers on the ceiling in a bathroom but probably not any other room in the house.  

HOW ABOUT YOU?  DO  FLOWERS PAINTED ON THE CEILING APPEAL TO YOU?


6 comments:

Marta said...

Hello from Spain: I do not much like the walls of my house painted with flowers. I prefer the simple style. The roofs are original. Keep in touch

diane.stetson said...

I only like real flowers to decorate my home with...preferably ones that smell wonderful!

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

Oh this is just pure fun!! Hum...would I like them painted on my walls, maybe not-but I sure did enjoy seeing them here!
Jemma

marianne said...

That was an unusual way to decorate a room. I don't think I would like to have my ceilings painted with flowers; maybe very simple vines at the most. Or ferns on the walls. The colors would have to be muted and soft. It would be fun to walk into a room like that in the dead of winter in New England, tho.



Red Rose Alley said...

Oh, this is very interesting and unique. You know how much I love flowers, so it would be nice to have one room with flowers on the ceiling. I want to get a pair of couches soon, and I'm tired of the same solid colors, so I may get a set of floral couches....we'll see.

Hoping your day is as cheerful as these flowers are. What a delightful post this is.

love,
~Sheri

Chatty Crone said...

I don't think I could live with those - but they sure are gorgeous to look at.

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