Painted Ceilings

Who says color is just for walls?

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We aren’t talking about going all Michelangelo now, but ceilings are often overlooked when it comes to color choice. Painting them can add so much personality and warmth to your room. Take a look at these inspiring ceilings…

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Below: the blue painted ceiling visually divides the space between the kitchen and the living room while still allowing for an open concept layout. Love that idea!

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Painted coffered ceilings make a dramatic statement.

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Above the bright turquoise adds much needed color to an otherwise monochromatic modern kitchen. Below the darker ceiling mimics the wooden floors creating a much warmer and inviting space.

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This light blue paneled ceiling adds a coastal flair.

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Painting the walls and ceiling the same color is a great way to make a space feel more open. The tone on tone color creates a seamless transition for the eye. Pale colors are known for expanding the visual height of a room.

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While dark colors work well on high ceilings to create a more cozy and intimate setting.

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What are your thoughts on painted ceilings? Love em/hate em/or on the fence?

 

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