Paired with cove crown molding, tongue and groove ceilings are an architectural showstopper.
Installing tongue and groove in an old home is a smart renovation choice because it covers less-than-perfect surfaces. It also looks amazing painted in a contrasting color.
Tongue and groove combines with exposed beams on this bedroom ceiling. Painted the same color, both elements are immediately integrated.
Rich brown exposed beams pop against this creamy white painted tongue and groove kitchen ceiling.
Rustic, widely spaced beams combine with tongue and groove to create the ultimate beach-house ceiling.
With an angled tray ceiling and built-in bunk beds, designer Brian Snow mixed and matched the ceiling coverings. By using tongue and groove in the bunk bed area, he defined the space.
By investing a little extra time and money, you can turn the ceiling into the focal point of a room. Tongue and groove finished with a high-gloss paint steals the show in this California master bedroom.