We are getting 25 yr old house ready for re-sale market--we have bought and moved to another home in area
we are having the interior repainted including ceilings because there was an AC leak after we moved out that did damage to ceilings and walls in several rooms...and the paint was about 6 yrs old anyway...needed to be redone...
my question is--IF you are doing full interior paint job--would you paint ceilings same/lighter shade/tone as the walls or go with the original white...
many of the newer construction, more expensive homes in MLS have ceilings/walls same tone--the house we bought has that as well--but those ceilings are higher--like 10-12 ft or more
these ceilings are 8 ft high except the kitchen and entry that are vaulted...
we have couple of rooms that are BM "bone" vs white in others, several where wallpaper is coming down for texture and paint-- including the kitchen...have white trim in some rooms and wood trim/cabinets in kitchen
We are going to use neutrals--but I wanted to use two colors in a beigy-tan and no white walls--
now I am thinking the ceilings should be painted as well--maybe 30% of the walls--
we are leaving them popcorn finish--too expensive to change