Pallet wood.

There’s absolutely nothing better in my book than pallet wood paired with gray paint – and that room’s got it! With the addition of that unique ceiling fan, I don’t even care what the rest of the room looks like. I’d spend all day looking up!
White, gray, and wood tones

This room can do no wrong in my book. This look is slightly more sophisticated than the previous and it’s another great way to add wood to your ceiling. If you already have recessed panels in your ceiling, add in some scrap flooring to copy this look! If you don’t already have panels, DIY some! 

Wood beams

They beautifully accent this high ceiling. I know what you’re thinking, but adding these to your home isn’t as hard as you think!

Painted ceiling

 I cannot get over how beautiful it is! I love that they extended the color down a few inches onto the walls. By painting the paneling, exposed beams, and tops of the walls, it all melts into one gorgeous plane of teal. Can you tell I love it?

Yes, you read that correctly. Wallpaper. Ceiling wallpaper. Who knew they made wallpaper that impressive?! Get the right wallpaper and you can make your room as stunning as this one.

Chalkboard paint on the ceiling

But I can’t deny how fabulous this looks. Unless you’re a giraffe-person, you probably won’t get every day use out of this chalkboard. But how fun would it be to get all your friends to draw you pictures on your ceiling?! Ceiling art! All you need is a flat ceiling and some chalkboard paint. This look could be yours in no time!
Painted ceiling

 I love that the ceiling color extends down to meet the high wainscoting. And that color. If you’re going to paint your ceiling, you might as well choose a vibrant shade! You can go as simple or as crazy as you want with paint. You can paint your ceiling a solid color, like the image above, or you can stencil it! If you’re really brave, you can even paint a mural! Paint is such an easy way to update your decor.


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