338,793 low ceiling Home Design Photos

Jonathan Chambers Architects
1 Review
Barrington Residence
Ideabooks327
Questions1
Working with low ceiling heights is often a challenge in renovations of early colonial homes. In this kitchen short stem pendant lighting, glass door cabinets, modestly sized crown molding, lots of natural light and openness to adjacent spaces make a beautiful and comfortable kitchen, despite the 7'-0"
7'-0" ceiling height. Photo credit, Nat Rea.
low ceiling with short stem pendant lights
perfectly fine with the low ceilings
Short steamed ceiling pendants for above bar
short pendant light for low ceiling (7ft!)
low ceilings but does not look like it
Colours to help with low ceilings. Height
“Lower ceiling still looks big” — cigatooluc
Venetian Construction
1 Review
Kitchens
Ideabooks3,886
Questions9
What is the height of the ceiling from floor to iside the beams?
Low ceiling - kitchen, exposed beams.
Like the ceilings and they show a stove our size
low ceiling, natural colours, splash back
Low ceiling but bright
low ceiling with beams
Floors, low ceilings
low ceiling in historic
Beams even in low ceiling
low ceiling w/ beams
low ceiling + beames
Dealing with low ceilings
Low ceiling with beams
I like the ceiling height
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“ceiling” — Kyla Hall
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
Skaneateles Lake House
Ideabooks1,342
Questions4
Could you tell me the brand and paint colors used for the doors, walls and ceiling? Thanks!
up, making a low ceiling look higher. This makes black doors especially useful in basements or other low-ceilinged spaces. More: 11 Reasons to Paint Your Ceiling Black
They make a ceiling look taller. Contrast draws the eye, so a narrow black door draws the eye up, making a low ceiling look higher
eye up, making a low ceiling look higher. This makes black doors especially useful in basements or other low-ceilinged spaces.
11. They make a ceiling look taller. Contrast draws the eye, so a narrow black door draws the eye up, making a low ceiling look higher. This
draws the eye up, making a low ceiling look higher. This makes black doors especially useful in basements or other low-ceilinged spaces.
“Great doors love the black” — tbuechler
Domb architects
CH House Tel-Aviv
Ideabooks2,326
Questions1
patio door width & low profile couch
low hirizontal furniture for low ceilings
low furnitures and big windows because ceiling is low.
I love this floating ceiling lights!
low furniture w low ceilings, lighting is key
low profile furniture with low ceilings
Low furniture - helps the room look bigger while still providing ample seating for larger groups.
Illusion of higher ceilings. Low furniture
1. Choose low, horizontal furniture. Keep everything hunkered down low. If you are fortunate enough to have a spectacular view like this, it will amplify the effect dramatically. If you don't have a great view, low furniture will still maximize the perceived height of your room.2. Use wide expanses of
of glass and keep window coverings simple. Notice how connected this space feels to the garden? Seeing the voluminous outdoor space makes this low-slung living room feel equally spacious. This trick works especially well if you're right at ground level.
“Window” — gfung00
Urban Rustic Living
1 Review
Mary Lake Cottage
Ideabooks1,566
Questions3
Reclaimed Walnut floors, decorative ceiling details, live edge king bed, live edge end tables, ottoman at the end of the bed, wall sconces bedside, 2 large chairs, shag runners, hunter douglas window coverings, lake view
what is the height of the ceiling? thank you.
Nice ceiling treatment for the bedroom.
2nd bedroom on first floor- windows and ceiling
it is ideal for hiding ceiling channel
“Chandelier” — noworries44
FORMA Design
18 Reviews
A Tenleytown Rowhouse
Ideabooks1,023
Questions3
7 Include uplight. Bouncing light off the ceiling creates visual height
tricks to make a ceiling look higher
Low Ceiling Design: Include uplighting. Notice how the ceiling seems
Up light good for low ceiling
FORMA DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 7. Include uplighting. Notice how the ceiling seems to float in this photo. Bouncing light off the ceiling creates visual height. Sconces, cove lighting and
7. Include uplighting. Notice how the ceiling seems to float in this photo. Bouncing light off the ceiling creates visual height. Sconces, cove lighting and even affordable torchieres can deliver this effect. This is a great technique for basements.
“Lamp” — jmorley73
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks3,770
Questions5
Renovated kitchen in old home with low ceilings. Dining room. Photography: Rob Karosis
ceiling and door detail and floor
I like the light fixtures above the table and it is with a very low ceiling like Pineridge
Dining room, low ceiling, beams, fireplace
an old farmhouse in a cold climate to have low ceilings,” says New York architect James Crisp. “That was the most efficient way to make use of the heat coming from fireplaces.”The owners of this farmhouse wanted to make the most of their existing low ceilings by exposing the 200-year-old beams and floor
“Lights” — deannas527
Cravotta Interiors
18 Reviews
Four Seasons Contemporary - Master Bedroom
Ideabooks6,026
Questions5
where do I find this flush mount ceiling light? Thanks!
Thanks @fcramey. The ceiling fixture is a vintage Italian piece from the 1960's and the table lamps are from the 1940's.
can we do this in our low ceilings
few guidelines to remember: 1. The bottom of your ceiling fixture should be no lower than 6'8" above the floor, unless it's hung over a table or island, to avoid hitting your head. 2. To create an eye-catching look in a large space with low ceilings, search for a fixture that is large in width or diameter
long hallway with low ceilings, try repetition with a stylized flush-mounted fixture. 4. You can also create a unique look with cove lighting and architectural features when there is not space for a large chandelier or decorative light fixture. When you are dealing with lower ceilings that simply won't
“Ceiling” — rummel2015
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