Hi designers, I was just told by a designer that if I don't plaster over my dining room ceiling to flat, she would not work with me in that room. I was planning to get rid of stenciling, paint the room gray with a white crown molding like the rest of the first floor as well as a new chandelier, but that remark just stopped me dead in my tracks, is that a normal edict for a designer to give or did I once again fall into the land of psycho decorators? This is getting darned discouraging! How much does it cost to have a ceiling replastered? We don't even USE this room that much, this seems a bit unreasonable to me. Your thoughts?