If you crave a little extra space, but all you have is vertical, this could pose some unique challenges when it comes to decorating.
Being the owner of a ceiling can be seen as both a blessing and a curse. A high ceiling can make a room feel luxurious and sophisticated, but it can also leave the space empty and a little cold. To avoid this, you need to blend in the area up and down by drawing the eye upward.
Here are some ways to decorate high spaces and make the most of your soaring ceilings:
Install high artwork
Utilize empty space at the top of the wall to hang artwork and decorative designs. This could mean a typical display that runs the entire length of the room, or you can hang something high up on the wall.
Use architectural details
A lot of properties with high ceilings have beautiful original architectural detailing, such as exposed beams. If you do not, consider adding some. Adding details to the ceiling will help to create a more joined up feel in the room. Find out more about Oak Beams at a site like Timberpride, suppliers of Oak Beams.
A chandelier makes a huge statement, especially when in a prominent place and it’s an ideal way to connect the upper and lower parts of a room. Where you position it will depend on the size and layout of the room but locating it in the middle of the ceiling is usually a good spot. Look for a piece that’s eye-catching but not necessarily heavy in scale. For example, crystal chandeliers can be a striking and elegant choice.