Published by Naomie Whitely, Feb 18, 2017
During the journey in finding a dream home, you have probably seen cool and beautiful master bedroom ceilings and wondering what people call them. Now as you’ve found the right house, you want to make a statement-making ceiling in your master bedroom.
Designing the ceiling for a master bedroom can be challenging. The top of the room evokes expression, and as the surface you’re starting at just minutes before you, dream away, the ceiling must be beautiful and complement the general design of the bedroom. Here are some types of master bedroom ceilings you might want to apply in your own home.
1) Conventional ceiling
The conventional ceiling is usually eight feet high, and it looks either flat (just like the walls) or might be textured, which often called “popcorn” ceiling. This kind of ceiling will give you ease in decoration as it goes harmonically with any styles and decorations you want to apply. This conventional ceiling in master bedroom also goes well with any paint color, whether it comes in warm or cool shade.
2) Moulding ceiling
This conventional ceiling comes in one piece of wood that cover the edges where the sheetrock touches ceilings and floors. Moulding ceiling is a fabulous choice for master bedrooms, as it creates a romantic and homey look. It’s perfect for a country style or farmhouse bedroom, and you can have it with layered tray. Although moulding ceiling is perfect for farmhouse master bedroom, it also goes well with any styles and decorations.
3) Vaulted ceiling
Vaulted ceiling features slopes, which can be angled in accordance to the shape of the roof. Sometimes this type of ceiling comes with equal slopes that meet in the middle, and it could also comes with uneven, single slope. Vaulted ceiling makes a master bedroom looks bigger.
4) Cathedral ceiling
Cathedral ceiling is beautiful for the master bedroom, as well as for other parts of the house. They consist is two equal, sloping sides that are parallel to the pitch of the roof where the two sides slope and meet at a ridge that runs across the length of the room.
5) Exposed beams ceiling
To create a beautiful rustic vibe, many homeowners are letting their master bedroom ceiling open and leaving the beams and pipes exposed instead of covering it. Aside from being unique and quirky, this type of ceiling gives a more lofty, airy space and will be perfect for a smaller master bedroom.
6) Tray ceiling
This type of ceiling will make your bedroom looks more glamorous, as it features a cut-out design in which the mid part of the ceiling is recessed, just like they do in middle-up accommodations and public spaces. The recessed lighting fixtures are generally mounted into the deepest part of the ceiling. For more definition, you can also paint the inner part of the master bedroom ceiling with different color.