This lively hallway boasts floor-to-ceiling hand-painted murals, featuring crystal blue skies and dreamy bodies of water. Dark brown moldings accentuate the traditional tray ceiling, while a wrought iron railing leads the way to the staircase.
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.
Stunning black molding looks twice as thick reflected in the mirrored panels on this dining room's ceiling. The molding meets in a circle that surrounds a crystal chandelier. Blurred black and white walls create movement throughout the room, fitting for the running horses that also grace the walls. Red accents lend additional drama to the design.
This luxurious family bathroom mixes a variety of design styles to create a unique space. Traditional ceiling moldings, salvaged wood shower and modern appliances all add their own design element to this space.
This traditional gourmet kitchen features dual islands and intricate ceiling molding. Cabinetry is a mix of dark and light with furniture-style feet for a casual, collected look. An arched doorway offers a view to the butler's pantry.
Elaborate ceiling moldings, a dazzling crystal chandelier, extravagant draperies and sumptuous bed linens combine to create a breathtakingly opulent master bedroom. The bedroom also features an elegant seating area with two armchairs and a chandelier of its own.
With this dining room, the designers fulfilled the homeowners' request for a more dressed up space for entertaining (there's even wine storage!). On the ceiling, molding in a subtle design offers a fun twist on the traditional coffered ceiling.
This richly decorated dining room features detailed ceiling moldings paired with gold wallpaper and teal accents, as seen in the upholstered dining chairs. Blue velvet drapes and striped valances frame each of the sets of French doors, while a crystal chandelier over the dining table provides a glamorous finishing touch.
You should expect to find mold occasionally in wet spots like the kitchen and bathroom, but when you see it someplace it shouldn’t be — like on the living room walls — call a professional for evaluation. You want an independent inspector certified by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene or the American Council for Accredited Certification. An inspector can tell you whether you can clean up the mold yourself or whether you need the services of a remediation company.