Painted Ceiling – Has your favourite piece lost its va-va-voom? We suggest looking it up. If all you see is dull paint colour, it might be time to show your fifth wall some love.
In most homes, a dull neutral hue is the default Painted ceiling colour, and we think that’s a missed decorating opportunity. Why? Just like your own four walls, the right paint colour above can transform the look of a space. To drive the point home, we’ve rounded up our favourite Painted ceilings to show how a few coats of paint can take any room in your home to stylish new heights. Spoiler alert: When done right, even white can be an exciting roof colour.
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1 Gray Ceiling to Match the Wallpaper
A stately shade of grey makes an elevated impression in this contemporary dining room by Austin, Texas-based Martha O’Hara Interiors. The Painted ceiling colour matches the large rolled leaf wallpaper from Graham and Brown.
2 Create a High Ceiling Effect
Here’s a trick to make a standard eight-foot ceiling feel like a mile high. When renovating this small living room, residential interior designers at Chicago-based Mitchell Channon Design combined dark grey paint with lighter-coloured wallpaper to create a high-ceilinged effect. The winning combination made the room seem much bigger without raising the ceiling.
3 A White Bedroom with a Lemon Yellow Ceiling.
Take your white kitchen to the next level with this brilliant New York-based Tara Seawright Interior Design idea. The design team warmed things up with a cheery lemon yellow roof.
4 Artificial Stone Ceiling
Give your ceiling some architectural interest with a faux stone paint treatment. A, for example, is the fifth wall in this contemporary dining room by interior design firm RLH Studio in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
5 Vintage Inspired kitchen with Bead Panel Ceiling
We love retro white kitchens like this one from California-based Charmean Neithart Interiors for their enduring style. Also, to add a bit of interest to the room, the bead panel ceiling was painted a soothing shade of pale blue.
6 Scandinavian-Inspired Living Room with a Striking Teal Ceiling
New England Design Elements, located in Londonderry, New Hampshire, created this Scandinavian-inspired living room filled with neutral decor and natural elements. The beadboard Painted ceiling painted in a shade called Vardo by Farrow and Ball is counterbalancing the white walls.
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