Statement ceilings are having a serious moment right now. Why? They have the ability to transform a room from top to bottom (literally). Maybe that's why Pinterest has seen a 310% increase in saved pins of this decor. Plus, these adventurous designs can be achieved with paint, wallpaper, wood, and more. Here are a few of our favorite game-changing ceilings.
In the guest room of this Philip Gorrivan designed New York apartment, the custom Holland & Sherry wallcovering on the ceiling adds a modern and playful touch to a space that doesn't take itself too seriously.
Designer Gideon Mendelson created a green gingham ceiling in this Purchase, New York kitchen. "It gives a classic white kitchen personality, and it brings extremely high ceilings down to a more comfortable place," Mendelson says.
Gwen Hefner transformed her daughter Milly's room into a dreamy Parisian space for the One Room Challenge. Even though the canopies are eye-catching, it's the patterned ceiling that draws the eyes up and makes the ceilings feel taller and grander.
When it comes to texture, the lacquered finish on our 2016 kitchen of the year's ceiling looks like water and almost steals the show from the banquette and metallic finishes.
Another option: Installing an all-wood ceiling, like Matt O'Dorisio did in this girl's room. When paired with soft, muted colors, this treatment creates a rustic, yet elegant look.