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Coffered Ceilings: Great Alternative to Drywall Ceilings

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  • A significant part of a room remodel is the ceiling, yet many homeowners often forget how important ceiling treatment is.

    Many interior designers refer to the the ceiling as the 5th wall, which explains just how important the ceiling is to the overall appeal of your home's interior.

    However, designing a ceiling goes further than what color to paint it.

Decorating your interior room with elegance

Notes:

  • Coffered ceilings can add elegance to any room.
  • They are becoming popular for elegant living rooms and kitchens.
  • As the infographic illustrates, they can be easily installed and painted.
  • They add and dimensional look to the room.
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About Coffered Ceilings – Infographic

Traditional flat drywall ceilings are a popular choice. They are easy to construct and inexpensive, but they do lack overall visual appeal since they are just another plain, flat surface. Coffered ceilings are an excellent alternative to drywall ceiling for a number of reasons. On this infographic below, Jason Tilton of Tilton Coffered Ceilings shows what every homeowner should know about this type of ceiling.

Firstly, these type ceilings are clearly more visually appealing. It adds dimension to the room and can even make a room feel taller than it is. They come in different designs, which means chances are you’ll find something that matches the look you want your interior to have. They are also easily paintable and since there is crown molding within each box, you can really experiment with color placement.

Interestingly enough, drywall ceiling might be easier to construct, but only because it’s easy to simply screw boards in place. In reality coffered ceilings require less labor, though will require thoughtful planning to ensure your design is finished properly.

If the potential cost has you concerned, don’t worry. Not only are they very reasonably priced, but they also add a monetary value to your home if you plan on selling.

Overall coffered ceilings are a great alternative to drywall because they add a beauty and custom feel that simply isn’t possible with a one-dimensional ceiling.

coffered ceilings infographic

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