If you haven’t figured it out yet, we love a statement ceiling design! Honestly we both believe it completely transforms a room in an unexpected way that leaves the room feeling completely polished. Dark ceilings are hands down our favorite statement ceiling designs but we don’t shy away from a lighter color either. Today we are going to showcase 3 ways you too can create a statement ceiling!
If you’re just joining us welcome to October’s share group link up! We are geeked to pull together another topic for the next month. This month’s topic is Statement Design! One that reads so true to my heart. In case you’re joining us for the first time or just missed out last month we started our first weekly link up with some super rad husband and wife friends: Lindsey and Chris from Building Bluebird, Sarah and Nick from Nestrs, Morgan and Jamie from Construction 2 Style and Katelynn and Uriah from The Inspiring Investment.
Here are the Party House to Home Haven Rules:
Let’s kick it off with the simplest and most affordable way to make a statement ceiling, paint. One of my favorite parts of a dark ceiling is how it makes the room feel so much larger than it actually is. Basements are a great place to incorporate a black ceiling. As weird as it sounds a black ceiling will read as a neutral space once it is actually designed. Slanted/angled/sloped ceilings are another place to have fun with. We’ve transformed an entire attic space into a moody bedroom by painting the ceiling the same colors as the walls. We have also created a playful kids bedroom by painting the ceiling a bright blue while leaving the walls white. And we’ve transformed a sunroom into a relaxing retreat by painting the ceiling gray and pairing with a matching trim finish.
Last year we tackled our very small first floor bungalow bathroom. We desperately wanted to make this space have some unexpected design to it. To make a true statement we went with a burnt cedar tongue and groove ceiling. Yes you read that right. Michael and I burnt the cedar prior to installing it and then installed those boards into our bathroom for a statement ceiling!
If wallpaper goes on the ceiling do you get to call it ceiling paper? I’ve been thinking about that one for a while…clearly. But honestly I love love love the look of a wallpapered ceiling. It is completely unexpected and makes a total transformation of the room. We are going to leave you with a few absolutely stunning wallpapered ceilings that just might take your breath away too!