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Decorating Your 5th Wall
With courtesy of www.houzz.com[
FOR CENTURIES, DECORATORS INVESTED MUCH CREATIVITY AND DETAIL INTO CEILINGS, EMBELLISHING THEM WITH PAINTINGS, MIRRORS, CORNICES AND BEAUTIFUL LIGHTING FEATURES. BUT IN RECENT HISTORY THE ROOF OVER OUR HEAD HAS BEEN REDUCED TO A DRAB, PURELY FUNCTIONAL FEATURE. REDISCOVER THIS FORGOTTEN 5TH WALL AND GIVE YOUR VISITORS A REASON TO LOOK UP.
Contrast light shades with a darker ceiling to create a warm, sophisticated ambience.
Ahead of the curve
A curved ceiling enhances a room’s sense of space without the loftiness of high ceilings.
Add a bit of theatre to your 5th wall with wallpaper, gilded mirrors and over-the-top light fixtures.
A little bit country
Add subtle texture to your modern country kitchen with bead boards.
Beam me up
Contrast wooden beams with glass and metal furniture for a contemporary rustic look.
Cover the ceiling in interesting patterns and shapes for a mesmerising, artful effect.
Apply cut-out panels to your ceiling for an ultramodern look and feel.
Take tiles up a notch
Tiles don’t have to stay on the floor. Take them to the ceiling for a lovely sense of fluidity.
Contrast a neutral space with a cheerful pop of colour.
Work of art
Use your ceiling as a canvas for your prized art pieces.