Some of the mansion's original features were kept and incorporated in to the home's renovation. The Vault was original to the house, along with the trestle shaped steel columns. These elements flow beautifully into the bar area.
This contemporary kitchen is dramatically illuminated by the turquoise sandblasted glass pendants hanging from the vaulted wood-clad ceiling. The pendants' cool blue hue is carried throughout the otherwise neutral space, from the expansive kitchen island to accessories.
A large vaulted pergola extends off the back of the house, sheltering a lounge area and an outdoor kitchen. The pergola's wood beams and high ceiling make the space have a light, open feel that transitions well into the rest of the yard.
One of five bedrooms in this elegant home in Houston, TX, this one offers a calming, neutral tone with vaulted ceilings in white and sandy brown accent walls surrounding the large, comfy bed. The space is roomy enough for a small desk, chair and double side tables with lamps.
The main house spans two floors, which are connected by a staircase and a lift. The entrance is a show-stopper, too, as it opens to an atrium with vaulted ceilings made of Roman concrete. The floor is comprised of an impressive mosaic made with genuine cards from Roman times.
Vaulted ceilings set off by white molding and columns give this playroom an airy, cloud-like feel. The wide open floor space makes it the perfect haven for dress up, a ping pong game, the imagination is the limit.
A vaulted ceiling accented by beadboard and rustic beams draws the eye up and adds a charming cottage feel to the HGTV Dream Home 2015 master bedroom. According to interior designer Linda Woodrum, the chandelier is meant to add a feminine touch. She says, “New England tends to be sort of practical and matter of fact. Everything in here is pretty tailored, and we just wanted to put one little thing in here that was a little bit different – just to have some fun.”