Girl Cave Ceiling – Part 1

At the end of October I started painting the girl cave ceiling, but didn’t get very far due to vertigo issues I’ve suffered from since May.  I’m painting it Benjamin Moore Galaxy – a beautiful, rich, dark purple:

benjamin moore galaxy – girl cave ceiling

I think it will look so cool once it’s painted and covered with tiny LED lights.  I know it’s not typical to paint a ceiling, let alone paint it dark, but my girl cave is, well, my GIRL CAVE.  And my art studio.  And I can decorate it however I please 🙂  I’ve always wanted a starry night ceiling, and now that I’m finally not renting anymore, I can actually do it!  I just finished edging it yesterday.  I am a slow DIY’er.  But that doesn’t bother me.  I am not in a hurry, and would rather take my time, learning as I go.  Plus I work full time, have an HGTV addiction that needs feeding, and a huge stack of Kindle books to get lost in.  Having vertigo issues since last May has also made it tricky to spend much time up on a ladder.  But I felt very accomplished last night when I put the 2nd coat of Galaxy on the final stretch of edging.

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Next up is getting out the paint roller, covering my stuff with plastic, covering the floor with contractor’s paper, and making a huge mess as I paint the majority of the ceiling – hooray!

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2 thoughts on “Girl Cave Ceiling – Part 1”

  1. You are so incredibly talented ….. as a writer (awesome); as a decorator (ditto), and as a DYI in training (with mega pro instincts).
    We both love your blog – and love what you’re doing to your girl cave and what you plan to do in the living room – white will look great on the built ins.

    For the ceiling project, along with lining the floor with contractor’s paper, I would also suggest buying a shower cap at CVS and wearing industrial goggles.
    omg – what a project.


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