466,206 open ceiling Home Design Photos

crbs co.
16 Reviews
Wood Residence
Ideabooks1,502
Questions4
Your work looks awesome. I've been hoping to remove a low drop - ceiling in my basement but I'm not sure how to plan lighting like this. Any advice is appreciated, thanks!
My basement has insulation in the ceiling...
drywalling the ceiling could be the better option for you.
I just caught the "little-used Living Room" comment. My area will be used. I might be better installing sheetrock or a drop-in ceiling.
Sorry for the slow response ... these are just can lights without the drywall ceiling. We just put
put all the electrical in and simply sprayed the housing and conduit white along with the ceiling.
Don't like the decorating but like the drywall. With ceilings
Exposed ceiling sprayed. Very common and a cost saver.
“No! Dark and dreary.” — gjwear
Wentworth, Inc.
4 Reviews
Loft-Like Basement Renovation
Ideabooks14,771
Questions13
The ceiling looks fabulous! It also looks like it is difficult. How did you do it? Any tips? Thank you.
How tall is the ceiling? Thank you.
I have the same intention in regards to the ceiling but I'm concern about the building
the basement and I assume the code calls for a fire rated ceiling. How did you managed to get those plans approved?
Hi there we have a low ceiling basement 6'10'' ish we would like to keep the ceiling exposed to gain more space but we want radiant heat for
Does this ceiling treatment (no insulation) cause heating problems on the main level? Does sound travel up?
I have the same type of basement ceiling, but with insulation. I have been told that removing the insulation would increase
“Ceiling” — judyarazoza
Four Brothers LLC
49 Reviews
Washington DC Full House Remodel
Ideabooks3,577
Questions5
Where can we find the ceiling lights? Barn/Industrial Style?
Hi! I like the industrial look on the ceiling. What is the bracket that is holding a lot of your pipes together? It it custom? It's the piece on the top middle of the
Basement ceiling and half wall and painted wall
Basement ceiling exposed. Steel supports exposed.
Great ceiling idea for our basement
not crazy about design, but looking at open ceiling
Why not to have white ceiling - everything shows!
“basement living space” — farhad53
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Rooftop Retreat Addition in Toronto
Ideabooks2,851
Questions5
paint the ceilings in our bathrooms the
Love the ceiling and the extra spaciousness it provides. Any tips on how to do a ceiling like this? Do you have any noise problems from the floor right above?
I'm also interested in this. I love the exposed ceiling and would like to do this in my house, but I worry about noise levels
paint ceiling white to blend in
Simple ceiling finish and post idea
Keeping the ceiling exposed and painting white...interesting
displayed. The expansive feeling of the ground floor is aided by large windows on two sides, mirrored rear walls and exposed ceiling joists. All have been painted white to add to the sense of height. Quirky vintage furniture, including reupholstered dining chairs from Craigslist and a teak dining table rescued
“Ceiling” — rrt3
Angela Todd Designs
18 Reviews
Writer's Loft
Ideabooks3,299
Questions6
How is a ceiling like this insulated?
What color is the ceiling painted?
down the ceiling drywall in my condo and I want to match the color as close as possible to this color. It looks great!!!!
painted loft like ceiling, simple basement remodel,
dark spray painted exposed ceiling, industrial style lighting
like the color of the ceiling
The ceiling is a great place for incorporating contrast, too. While this kitchen says urban country, the ceiling screams modern industrial.
“Floor” — efcmaine
Robert Young Architects
Living Room
Ideabooks17,211
Questions13
Hi love your colors can you tell me the colors you used for the walls and ceiling
Love lights. WIth high ceilings - does that small fan help/ effective?
Great ceiling? Is it prefab? Who is the manufacturer?
Love the white wood ceilings and beams.
Family Room Tonge and groove open beam ceiling
The joist is the horizontal beam of a truss; the rafters form the triangular peak. This open ceiling showcases typical truss construction.
Tied together. Soaring vaulted ceilings certainly help make this living/dining area feel light and bright, but I especially love how the timber-panelled far wall echoes the ceiling lines. A contrasting weathered timber frame around the built-in shelving helps
modern flavor is to treat them in the same manner as the rest of the construction. This Lake House on Long Island gives every surface — walls, floor, ceiling, trusses — a consistent whitewash. With this treatment, the large living space recalls a gallery, where objects stand out from the white background
“Internal plates for joining beams” — grantsb111
Justine Sterling Design
11 Reviews
Kids Studio Space
Ideabooks3,610
Questions2
out ceiling in basement craft room
white ceiling and floor color, wall color
beams showing ceiling with drop lights
open ceiling in basement
like the open ceilings
Ceiling in media room
exposed ceiling in white
exposed basement ceiling
open rafters, lighting
Open ceiling (no drywall)
Open beam ceiling painted. Windows.
distressed ceiling beams
Open ceiling...Basement ceilings...Exposed Ceilings...Painted ceiling...Beasment ceiling...white ceiling beams
“Kids area” — birdanne
Brunelleschi Construction
18 Reviews
Dillon
Ideabooks3,112
Questions4
What kind of lights do you put in the ceiling?
Can you please tell me what type of flooring was used in this basement? Were getting our ceilings painted (open look) but, undecided for flooring.
Exposed ceilings such as this are usually sprayed using a paint sprayer. Using a sprayer does require more paint but you will be done in no time and will have a more uniform look that you won't be able to achieve using a brush and roller.
I like a painted, but unfinished ceiling with the concrete floors.
painted ceiling vs. a drop ceiling.... cheaper and more open.
Exposed Painted ceiling rough loft look
how it works with poles and the ceiling treatment
Black painted ceiling in the basement.
wanted to keep the raw building materials,” Colaneri says. Simply painting the open 9-foot-high ceiling allowed for more height; a drop ceiling or drywall would have closed down on the space. More reasons to paint the ceiling black
“work corner space” — farhad53
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