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living/dining room decorative ceiling

Posted by miffy13 (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 26, 12 at 14:33

Hi everyone,
I am trying to figure out what to do with the ceiling of my living/dining room in my new build. We have 9' ceilings and I want to do something special in there but I need help. We will have a coffered ceiling in the family room. I was thinking two separate trays but I dont know if I want to define the space that much. Anyone have any ideas or pictures that would be nice.
Thanks!
here is the floorplan


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RE: living/dining room decorative ceiling

Have you checked out Houzz? Great ideas there!

Here is a link that might be useful: Houzz


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RE: living/dining room decorative ceiling

Plaster Mouldings used as cornice and/or on the ceiling can define and beautify spaces where otherwise ceiling height limits headroom.


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RE: living/dining room decorative ceiling

Look into barrel vault ceilings.

Here is a link that might be useful: Barrel vault example


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RE: living/dining room decorative ceiling

thanks for all the suggestions.
joyce6333-I have been looking through houzz but havent found anything yet. Most pictures I saw dont show ceilings.
worthy-that is beautiful but a little too "girly" for my husbands taste. I will explore the general idea though.
abdrury-that is also beautiful but wouldnt fit in with the rest of the house.
I will keep looking at pictures and hope something pops out at me.


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RE: living/dining room decorative ceiling

We did a fancier trey ceiling style:
Upgraded trey ceiling w/ medallion and faux finishing:
2012-02-20 16.07.19

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