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Six Bedroom Ceiling Design Inspirations

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In designing a bedroom, there are two important factors to note: function and aesthetics. On the one hand we choose comfortable bed, furniture and the overall interior materials to make sure that the space offers maximum comfort for rest and spend some me time; on the other, we design our bedroom elements with style that matches our preferences. To do so, ceiling is perhaps the most underrated part as we focus more on the eye-level aesthetics. Then, we often end up with a flat plain ceiling only for holding our light fixtures. By focusing on the bedroom ceiling design, you can change the whole atmosphere of your room. Check out these six bedroom ceiling design inspirations!

Flat ceiling with a twist

Six Bedroom Ceiling Design Inspirations

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There is no doubt that flat ceiling is the simplest bedroom ceiling design. You can give a twist to your flat ceiling by adding a splash of colours or applying wallpaper. You can also use other materials like wood for your flat ceiling as a substitute for the usual drywall ceiling. Choose paint colours, wallpaper or other materials that matches the mood you want for your bedroom.

Tray ceiling

Six Bedroom Ceiling Design Inspirations

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Tray ceiling, also known as recessed ceiling, is another simple design for your bedroom. Basically, there are two levels of ceiling, with the central part being higher than the perimeter so it looks like an upside-down tray. A tray ceiling design creates a visual interest, drawing the attention upward to the central part of the ceiling. In applying this design, make sure to have an adequate space so it doesn’t make the room feels cramped. You can also apply different materials for the recessed part to further emphasise the design.

Wall-to-ceiling headboard

Six Bedroom Ceiling Design Inspirations

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A unique way to design your bedroom ceiling is by installing a wall-to-ceiling headboard to your bed. This headboard can act both as a double wall and a dropped ceiling above your bed. This design will surely drive the focus and main interest to the bed, giving visual hierarchy to your bedroom.

Vaulted ceiling

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Following the shape of sloped roof, you can easily apply a vaulted ceiling in your bedroom. Having a vaulted ceiling will create a sense of openness and spaciousness. A vaulted ceiling also has the benefit in bringing an airy and bright feel to the room.

Exposed beam ceiling

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Another alternative for your bedroom ceiling design is an exposed beam ceiling. There are many materials you can use for an exposed beam ceiling design, such as wood and steel. Combined with elegant light fixtures on the beam, this design will accentuate your bedroom as the exposed beams will become the focal point of the room.

Skylight ceiling

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For some, a bedroom with skylight ceiling would be a dream comes true. Installing skylight ceiling will bring much different vibe into the room. During the day, a skylight ceiling will let much natural light flow into the room. At night, the skylight ceiling will give the possibility to enjoy the night sky while resting on your bed. Make sure to choose tinted skylight with shutter or shading system to avoid extreme sun glare in your bedroom.

Designing a bedroom is a matter of personal needs and preferences. If you are not sure which ceiling design you want to apply in your bedroom, visit Archify and contact selected interior designers to help you realise all your interior design needs.

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