Tips on Designing Great Ceilings

These professional designer tips will help make tall, vaulted, cathedral and low ceilings blend into your room design.

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Integrate Your Ceiling Design

The key to integrating a ceiling into a room's overall design is understanding the space, Nashville, Tenn., interior designer Beth Haley says.

"When designing spaces, think of the entire room three-dimensionally. If left untreated or ignored, then the emphasis will be on the ceiling," she says. "It will become the big white elephant. The ceiling should be the icing on the cake."

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