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Ceilings Increasing Ceiling Height

From the type of flooring to the lights in the ceiling, there are thousands of options available to make your new home uniquely yours. One area often overlooked during the process of selecting finishes or planning for fixtures is the ceiling. Keeping the following available options in mind when planning your new home can set it apart from the crowd. When building a new home or upgrading your existing home, there are many upgrades available to customize the home to your particular tastes.

Even mid range mobile home manufacturers have recently started offering this as an option on some of their models for a modest upgrade cost. Increased Ceiling Height - Simply raising the ceiling height to 9 feet over the traditional 8-foot finish can change the feel of the room and perception of size dramatically. Cove Ceilings - Often found in home from the early 1900's these types of ceilings while providing a classic and luxurious look are not nearly as difficult to create as would first appear. The quarter circle curve is usually accented with crown molding where it meets the wall providing a uniquely Victorian look. This look is best when the ceiling has a minimum height of 10 feet to provide a large enough radius for the transition from ceiling to wall. These are not your only options available, but hopefully they have served as a reminder that when building your new home there is more to planning out your ceilings than selecting "white" or "off-white" for your paint color.

Increased Ceiling Height - Simply raising the ceiling height to 9 feet over the traditional 8-foot finish can change the feel of the room and perception of size dramatically. Even mid range mobile home manufacturers have recently started offering this as an option on some of their models for a modest upgrade cost. Final Finish - The final finish can make a big difference in the look of your home and is something a do it yourselfer can change in an existing home.

Removing an old acoustic ceiling or spraying a modern texture such as knock-down in its place, or in the place of having a flat finish might be just the upgrade you are looking for in your home.

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