The high coffered ceiling and arched entryway bring sophistication to this Tuscan-style home office and library. The rich wooden desk complements the wall-to-wall built-in bookshelves, while the patterned area rug brings a splash of color.
This master bathroom might seem simple, but it's actually rich with classic design elements like coffered ceilings, wainscoting and mosaic tile flooring. Two chrome towel racks flank the shower door so the owners don't have to go far for their towels.
This inviting living room makes use of chocolate-colored leather chairs, a crackling fireplace and a large mahogany wood armoire to give it a high-end, classic look. The highlight of the room is the coffered ceiling, hanging just over the seating area.
Beautiful lighting highlights the ample amount of space in this timeless kitchen. A coffered ceiling and hardwood floors create an elegant framework for the design. Cabinets border the perimeter of the space, providing tons of storage for a clean and organized finish.
This beautiful kitchen is dripping with style thanks to its many custom details such as the coffered ceiling and oversized kitchen island. An old-school library ladder allows access to the lighted storage cabinets above, making the most of the kitchen's galley layout.
A multi paned window that fills the transitional, cream-clad sitting room with sunlight. Beneath it, a built-in window seat serves an ideal spot to curl up with a good read. The Craftsman-style coffered ceiling draws the eye and gifts the neutral space with dimension and style.
It makes no sense to splash out on a remodeled room and then install a cheap-looking ceiling. (And we don’t have to tell you that the popcorn look is over.) For an elegant look that transcends era, choose a plank or coffered ceiling (shown) to finish your new space.
This traditional kitchen boasts walls of creamy white cabinets, providing ample storage for the large space. The height of the room is in proportion to the size of the kitchen, and the gorgeous coffered ceiling creates depth and interest. Barstools line the peninsula, adding a spot for quick, casual dining.
A simple yet sophisticated foyer welcomes guests to this 1930s Mediterranean villa in Los Angeles. By limiting the decor to a marble-topped table and worn neutral runner, the designers ensured that all eyes would be on the room's interesting architectural details, like the coffered ceilings, carved faces and Spanish-style staircase.
This sunny yellow living space features comfortable furniture that allows guests to enjoy watching the streamlined built-in TV. A ceiling fan is important for enjoying the setting, and it hangs from a coffered ceiling that adds rich architectural detail. Polished floors speak to the home's overall elegance while also adding function in the indoor-outdoor spaces.
Paint is a go-to choice for enhancing a room, especially on a budget. Using dark trim with lighter walls brings out the architecture and then painting the bookcase in a rich palette makes the entire space appear more expansive, says Donna Mathis with Atlanta-based Haven Design Works.
Gray floors and barstools give depth to this gourmet kitchen, contrasting with all the other white surfaces. The double-wide island met the homeowners' wish for more storage with cabinets on two sides.
The rooms in the home were carefully renovated to maintain the building's beauty and many of the original details. Designer Alexa Hampton was in charge of the interior design, freshening and updating the style with more modern comforts.