Many homes benefit from vaulted ceilings, particularly those that have loft space.
However, many homeowners don’t know how to make the most out of their vaulted ceilings or how to style them. Hence, this blog discusses the best ways to enhance the structural features of your home and how to ensure the vaulted ceilings of your rooms are stylish.
Painting the walls and ceilings a fresh white can keep things look sleek and crisp. Alternatively, adding a pop of colour can modernise the room for a more contemporary twist. Expose or hide the heritage features too to adjust the farmhouse feel.
Vaulted Ceilings Heritage Features
One of the most aesthetically pleasing ways to draw attention to vaulted ceilings is to show off their heritage features. Keep the exposed brickwork and the wooden beams on show instead of hiding them away.
Heritage features like these are a great way of adding character to a property through natural decor. However, some homes may need the brickwork or beams restoring first, which can sometimes be costly.
Moreover, these features can frame the room. Structural beams can enhance the appearance of windows, support the ceiling and retain the silhouette of the room.
Minimalistic Vaulted Ceilings
If you’re wanting to achieve a more simple look, focus on the basics, especially if you don’t have any period features to enhance.
Plaster over the walls and paint them a crisp white to keep the room looking minimalistic and fresh. Moreover, doing so means you can style the room however you like with furniture.
Adding panels to the ceilings can amplify its appearance by sprucing up what would otherwise be a plain, plastered ceiling.
Fitting spotlights within can also add a finishing touch, brightening up the angled space. The panels will also hide any electrical or structural features neatly.
Furthermore, the panelling can be rustic wood or plastic to add texture, decor and personality to the space.