Ceiling designs especially “statement ceilings” have been on trend since last year. So today, we’re celebrating the many ceiling designs we’ve seen over the last year. And I know you are thinking, are “statement ceilings” still on trend moving forward? Well, I think ceiling designs have always been a solid architectural detail, so my answer would be yes!
Ceiling Celebration | Just For Fun
First, Paint. A simple yet effective way to add a ceiling treatment is to paint it. While this may seem too easy that’s the point. While most people don’t think to paint their ceiling a coordinating color in the hallway below I couldn’t imagine it any other way. Beginning from the ground up, beautiful wainscotting leads to a fabulous wallpaper accented with crown molding then topped off with a beautiful blue paint color for the ceiling makes this hallway something very special.
Second, Wallpaper. Sure go ahead use wallpaper on the ceiling too! Within this neutral color palette of gray and white, the ceiling treatment adds a touch of whimsy and joy to the nursery.
Third, Beams. Ceiling Beams come in many shapes, products, finishes, and designs. From Farmhouse Style Recycled Wood to Faux Wood Beams. Beams will accentuate the ceiling or add detail to an otherwise blank canvas.
Fourth, Reclaimed Wood. Add rustic warmth with a reclaimed wood ceiling. From HGTV Dream Home 2019, this ceiling was from a Historic Building nearby.
Keep it simple. As in a painted white ceiling. Sometimes a white ceiling is all you need to complete your design.
In conclusion, whatever your design aesthetic is remember to take the ceiling into consideration. And designing a ceiling treatment is like any other design decision you make in your home. For example, considering such things as light exposure, ceiling height, and how the space connects to the rest of the house.
So thanks for stopping by today, we hope you’ve left inspired ~ Nancy
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