Be creative with your ceiling design. Look up at your ceiling. As each room has a different ceiling that affects the feeling of the space, a range of creative options is available to you if you decide your ceilings deserve or need decorative attention. Lighting, texture, paint, paper, and fabric can all be apply to your ceiling. In a coat closet, for example, to bring a too-high ceiling down, you can have your walls shirred in a blue-and-white small-scale print and tented the ceiling so the eye is delighted with the color and texture of the rich folds of fabric. In the center of the ceiling where the material gathered together, hang a hand-painted lantern in blues and greens. If you have beautiful carving or plaster work, it can be articulated and enhanced.
If your ceiling is low, you can make the space feel more expansive by installing our architectural products. Installing crown molding with indirect lighting will flood the ceiling with light and create a beautiful ceiling design with an illusion if height.
Adding a ceiling dome a great way to create a felling of a high ceiling. Check our our extensive ceiling domes collection. If you already have a ceiling dome, color and a decorative chandeliers may be what you need. If you have a cathedral ceiling with exposed structural beams, you may want to color them in bright, fresh shades in your ceiling design rather than use the traditional dark stains.
Walls and ceiling take on different moods throughout the day and at night as well as at different times of the year. Be aware of the wide range of creative ceiling design options and have the courage to make changes so your walls and ceiling feel right for you.
Ceiling, in addition to protecting you from bad weather, should allow you to feel free and open, as the sky.
None of us inherits perfectly graceful walls, but it is up to us to make them beautiful.