The often-overlooked ceiling offers as much design opportunity as the rest of a room - if you’re looking for a stylish way to top off a space.
Ride the vintage vibes with the shimmer of pressed metal ceiling tiles. Available in a variety of finishes and patterns, these tiles can transform a plain ceiling into the ultimate finishing touch. Try small patterns for a subtle look or for rooms with low ceilings. Large patterns create bold looks in rooms with high ceilings. For a less is more approach, decorative metal panels make a great "ceiling accent cloud."
The look of a wood ceiling overhead adds warmth and beauty to any type of home, from a rustic bungalow to a great room with soaring ceilings. A variety of finishes are available for both shabby-chic and sleek spaces alike.
Good for cottage charm or farmhouse kitchens - or really any room with a casual vibe - beadboard makes it simple to add style above. Bonus: In a semi-gloss finish, beadboard casts a sheen that makes low ceilings seem higher.
When exploring ceiling options, think about architectural features, like a coffered ceiling. Shallow or deep coffer options emphasize a space with dimension and change our viewpoint by drawing the eye upward.
Need to cover up a stained, damaged, or popcorn ceiling? Ceiling tiles with the classic look of stucco plaster bring a note of elegance and timeless appeal.
What a beautiful combination color and texture make. Select a subtle, exquisite pattern, like that of TinLook paintable ceiling tiles, and pair with a color to complement your style. Budget-friendly, paintable ceiling tiles create the perfect finishing touch to any ceiling.
The ceiling can become the focal point of any room, so let your ideas soar high with ceiling that turn uninspired rooms into amazing spaces.
There are pros and cons to both real wood and MDF ceilings, but for an easier and less time-consuming wood ceiling solution, WOODHAVEN ceiling planks are the clear winner.
Knock down texture is a great way to cover up imperfections on ceilings while getting a custom plaster look. Why not save the time and mess with a ceiling designed with this visual in mind?
Are you remodeling and considering alternatives to drywall ceilings? This article will shed some light on stylish options for your custom taste.