flat or semi-gloss for wood ceilings?
I am a novice renovator who has just moved into a 100-year-old southern farm house. I've got tongue-and-groove walls and ceilings and I think I've figured out how to get them properly primed and painted (any tips would be appreciated though).
Can't figure out whether I should be doing flat, satin, or semi-gloss on the ceilings though. I know you do flat paint on sheet rock, but I am seeing lots of photos of semi-gloss lapboard ceilings. What are the rules of thumb for deciding such things?