Sloped ceiling hallway second floor
NextstageHOME, LLCSeptember 30, 2013
House, circa 1924, originally designed as one story with expansive attic on 2nd story where only 1 bedroom/bath was included for servant's quarters. Yrs later part of attic turned into 2nd very large BR and hallway-you'll see hall view from each end in pics. Would LOVE advice: as it was originally attic the hallway to this 2nd added bedroom is severely sloped--so much so you have to walk directly under the limited area where ceiling is 8' otherwise you'll bang your head. Looking to minimize visual impact of slope--all ideas welcomed. Thanks!
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Liza Jane Interiors
Hello. If it is possible, I would put in recessed lighting. Keep color on walls the same from baseboard to ceiling. I would hang some art on the straight wall and place a really interesting runner.
    Bookmark   September 30, 2013 at 11:56AM
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LBC Lighting
Recessed lighting would provide the cleanest look, but use adjustable trims that will allow for the light to shine straight down from the sloped ceiling.
    Bookmark   September 30, 2013 at 1:01PM
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