I’m a sucker for great wood ceilings. (great ceilings of any type, for that matter)
This ceiling caught my eye because it combines a couple of fairly simple things to create a really nice effect.
It’s A Tray Ceiling
A ceiling that slopes at an angle from the wall, then goes flat for a section in the center, before sloping back down, is called a tray ceiling. In case you were wondering.
It Uses V-Joint Paneling
The wood in this picture is simple v-joint tongue and groove. I’ve got a detailed post on that here: V-Joint Tongue and Groove Paneling
This stuff is soooooooo easy to install and it really looks great! I love, love, love, the blue doors against the white walls. LOVE.
Can I go all decorator-ey on you for a sec? What’s with that bed scarf? Isn’t it too wide? I’ve got issues with dimensions and that thing needs to cover 1/3 of the surface, not half. Okay, I’m done.
photo source: Coastal Living