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Ceiling Design Ideas

Regardless of whether dividers are finished with backdrop, wood or paint, every room has its fifth component – the roof. Roofs don’t generally need to be white, you can utilize imagination for your roof too.

You can utilize the accompanying thoughts.

1. Framing with Wood Strips

Roof boards are not shiny new in outline. Be that as it may, wooden boards are a significant late pattern! Utilizing other timber and structures would tackle the antiquated pine-framing of the eighties.

2. Uncovered Wooden Structures

For this situation innovativeness artistic goes up to the roof. The uncovered wooden structures, leaving the dark paint, look especially well, and the room looks high. A couple tips: roof shafts or sheets can likewise be utilized as a decoration. For instance, if your room looks sufficiently long, yet not wide – lay the sheets across to make the room look more extensive, and the other way around.

3. Solid Ceiling

Do you like modern style, yet without chilly solid floor and dividers? At that point you can attempt it with a roof. You can make it concrete by either just uncovering a current building material, or by utilizing the connected solid mortar.

Tips: you can utilize the parquet floor and wooden furniture to relax the strict Industrial plan and make it cozier.

4. Ceiling of Wooden Sections

A good example of such an artistic design would be an eclectic room in Paris by interior designer Fabrice Ausset. He created an artistic installation in his own apartment by placing 1700 pieces of wood and on the ceiling painting them white.

5. Tiled Ceiling

So called tin ceilings, paneled with decorative tiles, remind of a very popular North American decor of late 1930-ies, a cheap imitation of elaborate European stucco ceilings.

Now, the tin tiles are rediscovered by many Interior designers, and shiny metallic look of the tin tiled ceiling is especially trendy.

6. “Dancing” Ceiling

A great example of such a ceiling was designed by Fiona Winzar. The floor in a plain walnut color and walls of naked brick create a great combination with an avant-garde zig-zag ceiling. Large composite wood panels, painted black and white, add dynamics to the space.

7. Stucco

Elegant and timelessly beautiful ceilings are the ones decorated with stucco. All those who enjoy an old-fashioned design, can finish the new building with stucco elements. Stucco rosettes, moldings and other stucco finishing elements can be found in professional stores.

8. Ceiling in Wallpaper

Wallpaper… What would it look like if you bring wallpaper to the ceiling? Graphic patterns, flowers, meadows or wild zig-zag would come up from the walls to the ceiling. The reward is a feeling of a special kind. As an example, look at the project, designed by a pattern-loving Interior designer Greg Natale.

Tips: to prevent low ceilings, you should choose wallpaper of rather light colors. Dark colors press spaces visually. Elongated pattern make the room look larger, cross-current pattern will widen narrow spaces.

9. Brush Strokes on the Ceiling

It is even easier to put some colorful paint on your ceiling instead of wallpaper. With a proper use of colors and patterns, you can not only enlarge the room visually, but also resize, give it a cheerful mood, make it cozier. For example, a bright yellow-painted ceiling will add a warm sunny accent into a room with cool concrete walls.

10. Ceiling, Black as the Night

If you already decided to paint your ceiling – why not choose black or deep blue color? Very high rooms will fit perfectly good. Ceiling, painted under the molding, will significantly widen the space visually.

11. Ceiling with a Beam Pattern

Designer Erin Williamson combined two colors in this already famous Mid-century beam pattern.

Tips: to bring a similar look to your ceiling, draw the desired lines with a pencil and then attach the tapping along the lines. Caution: because the tapping seldom lies flat, it must be smoothed carefully. Nevertheless, the paint may run underneath and get to the edges. To avoid this, you should cover the tapping transition with the lighter ground color, and only afterwards paint the fields with the desired color.

12. Canopy Ceiling

You can create an exciting ceiling design even with a few pieces of fabric. A drapery, or a “starry sky” will give your ceiling a three-dimensional structure. To create such an effect, gather the fabric in the form of wrinkles or tie it together. This way you can also hide all the lighting cables.

Whether you choose modern wood panels, tin tiles, or a colored paint, by means of a right ceiling design, you can transform any room into a work of art. You only need to believe in it!