Decorating rooms with Vaulted Ceilings is a trend that has been there for ages but it has taken the world by stride again.
In today’s ever changing era of home decoration, it is needless to get surprised that the ancient Vaulted Ceilings that used to be the charm of the cathedrals are now seen in the “great rooms” of the modern-day homes. People who have homes with an antique decor must be familiar with the vaulted ceilings. Houses with Vaulted Ceilings are actually with continuous expanse that gives the rooms, a sort of speciousness. This can get kind of annoying for many people.
To evade all from this dilemma, here is some helpful information for decorating rooms with vaulted ceilings.
A few affordable tools that can be very handy in decorating rooms with vaulted ceilings are the coordinated wallpapers and various border patterns. Combine wallpapers with same theme and complementary colors that will get along with each other for the décor. Mix and match color combination can also be applied to decorate the vaulted ceiling molding.
One can also think of adding a crown molding to the ceiling. There are two ways to go about it, one is to follow the slope of the vaulted ceiling design and the other is to put the crown ceiling below the actual height of the ceiling. The later can create the visual effect of a smaller ceiling. If you have to decorate the bedrooms with vaulted ceilings, you might think of creating the sleeping alcove at the slope of the vaulted ceiling molding.
If the room is very large then you can create a combination of living room and dining room. If the room has a fireplace or a window, place a loveseat with two small chairs near it. You can always create magical effects by decorating the flooring and the vaulted ceiling. One changes the ceiling height which will ultimately create a visual spatial distinction. You can also try to create a wide or a complex vaulted ceiling molding to get the desired result.