Make the fireplace flames lick the ceiling. This enticing painted mural looks like the flames leapt from the logs and splattered across the ceiling.
For an easy ceiling upgrade that you can start and finish in a weekend, simply paint the ceiling a color complementary to the room’s decor. This yellow ceiling does wonders for these purple walls.
Draped fabric enhances this hallway, giving the lighting underneath a soft glow.
Separate spaces in a studio or loft by installing an additional low-hanging ceiling panel above your bed. Personalize the panel with picture frames hung with invisible screws.
High-gloss paint is especially dramatic when applied to the ceiling. This ceiling takes it a notch further with a wave built into the construction. Visual interest is certainly not lacking here.
Mirrors in the ceiling add extra reflection that can make a space feel bigger and brighter.
If we can accessorize the rest of our home, why not the ceiling? This stainless steel canopy replaces a typical ceiling with heightened drama and texture.
Brick treatments need not stop at the exterior or fireplace. This vaulted brick ceiling offers a traditional setting for an updated interior.
Let your wall art continue across the ceiling for a look that consumes the whole room. You can use anything your heart desires: art prints, movie posters — you name it.
Instead of hiding ceiling joists, put them on display. They give this contemporary room a natural element and great texture. The dogs are awfully good-looking, too.
Even when you think you’ve got it all with graphic wallpaper, black trim and marble flooring, you can still up the ante of your bathroom with an incredible ceiling. This one features painted embossed tin, and the effect couldn’t be more tantalizing.
Molding is what you make of it. Instead of traditionally applying it only where the walls meet the ceiling, have some fun with it by creating designs on the ceiling itself. Don’t worry about the designs being perfectly balanced across the ceiling: these diamond shapes aren’t in a perfect repeat, making them all the more interesting.
For a modern appeal, finish your ceiling in some type of metal, like this detailed tin treatment. Its edginess and sophistication will blend with contemporary furnishings and add an unexpected complement to a traditional dining set.