White ceiling beams on a painted chartreuse ceiling create a modern farmhouse-like feel. A large chandelier with leaf-like design sports striped shades, a playful touch to a room packed with personality.
A blurred wall effect with running horses creates movement through this dark dining room. Black molding forms a bold ceiling design surrounding a chandelier over the large, circular wood dining table. The table is surrounded by chairs with alternating red and plaid upholstery matching the two sides of the curtain.
As seen on Fixer Upper, to help add dimension and depth to this renovated kitchen space, Joanna created a custom, raised ceiling just above the dual kitchen islands. This allowed her to incorporate more wood into her design, creating a more unique, more rustic, more elegant space.
Located on the top floor of a premier property in Regents Park, this flat offers a lavishly decorated living room with high ceilings and sheer window treatments, letting in an unobstructed view of Atlanta's skyline.
A coffered ceiling and large eight-blade ceiling fan look down over this chic, open design living space. A natural hardwood floor finish and neutral color scheme blends the rooms together. A pair of patterned armchairs bring a unique shape to the living room furniture. French doors and large windows let in natural light to keep the space bright and inviting.
To create warmth and continuity throughout the home's first and second floor spaces, designers added wood to the ceiling of the spaces. This addition softened the home's neutral design and created a more "homey" feel throughout the design.
The double height ceiling in this beautiful sunroom features reclaimed wood beams and a whitewashed wood ceiling. The additional height in the room draws the eye upward, creating drama in the space, while LED lighting hidden in the beams project light up onto the wood ceiling for a warm, glowing feel.
The wine cellar at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 is as much a place to sit and enjoy a beverage with a guest as it is to store an extensive collection of wines. Jane Richardson Mack and John Romaidis designed the stunning Art Deco-inspired space and curated the beverages within from their travels around California's wine country.
Designer Alexa Hampton’s living room, called “Olympia Folly,” exudes neoclassicist style with fabric-draped walls and a ceiling painted by Chuck Fischer to look as if it was tented. She merged rich fabrics and patterns, including animal skin, along with temple artwork, a Klismos chair and even a Roman helmet. The room was in the 2018 Kips Bay Decorator Show House in New York City.
Light beige paint and white wall paneling create a soft background for the country wood furniture. White bed linens and curtains keep with the calm, neutral feel of the room while royal blue bed covers add a touch of accent color to the room.
Warm lighting creates an inviting feel in this dining space. Shelf lighting illuminates the glass bottle wall drawing the attention in the room to the organized rows of green, brown and clear glass. Wood tables and chairs with wicker seat cushions line the floor below rows of recessed lighting and a spotted ceiling.
A look up the remaining stairs showcases the decorative tray ceiling above the second story of this home. The inner gray section compliments the charcoal gray walls below. A white frame paneling design adds a decorative touch along with the lampshade chandelier.
Wood framed windows cast bright sunlight into this connected kitchen and dining space. Hardwood flooring and exposed beams create a cohesive design of wood detailing throughout the room. Patterned seat cushions and a throw rug below the kitchen sink add calm color accents to the design.
A lampshade chandelier lights up the deep indention of the gray tray ceiling with white decorative molding. Below the chandelier, wood stairs continue up with a wood handrail and purple, black and gray runner.