Make a statement with a grand coffered ceiling. This design incorporates recessed lighting within the grid for an elegant ambiance. Photo courtesy of CEDIA
Bold Use of Color
For a midcentury modern style, don't be afraid to play with color. A cheerful burst of yellow brightens this living room design and white beams appropriately break up the bold hue.
Instead of using wood on the floor, this master bedroom flips the design. When applying wood to your ceiling consider a unique pattern to add interest.
Consider an arched ceiling to create architectural appeal. Black detail is a stylish solution that adds distinction and complexity. Photo courtesy of Design Tec
Panels and Beams
If you can't decide on paneling or beams for your ceiling then use them both. This ceiling design adds rustic texture and welcoming warmth to a formal family room. Keep in mind that darker ceilings work better in larger rooms.
An easy way to transform the look of a room is to apply fun patterns on your ceiling. This bathroom uses yellow to break up the tile design and ceiling pattern.
This intimate space highlights a low, cove-vaulted brick ceiling, while celebrating luxury living. Inspired by the Tuscan countryside, Designer Troy Beasley uses rich textures and dramatic wrought iron to deliver natural warmth in the heart of this home.