Published at Tuesday, November 27th 2018. by Adrienne Warner in Ceiling.
I have a home with high ceilings and I'd like to know how to address the high ceilings and also any paint color and how to maybe hang some artwork on those high walls. It's so pretty, isn't it great gorgeous and you've done a wonderful job like if you look there's a lot of great classic decisions here so now we can add some color. We can add some activity, so this is beautiful so that it's hard to see. But I'm gonna show you the close-up, so this is actually a beautiful slate tile that has some gorgeous coloration and TV in a fireplace show. You can see it a little bit close up here, so they've added this and really made this wall a focal point. The thing that I'm finding that I'm not loving is these two cabinets on either side.
They have a bit of a yellowness to them, they're, not really working with the color scheme and they're, also kind of too big for the space and crowding the space and taking away from this gorgeous focal point, you can see the lovely high ceiling, so high ceilings Are fantastic except that sometimes they make a room feel cold. So you get this wow factor, but you don't get a cozy factor yeah. So it's nice to be able to add a little bit of human scale and some textiles to make it feel a little bit. Cozier, so I'm gonna go around the room, so you can see the rest of the room. So on this side, it's also open with a staircase.
So it's tough because none of these lines line up so we could. For example, we couldn't do a crown molding. All the way around the room at 8 feet off the floor because we'd end up hitting you know under the stairs here. Can I just interject here, because you know why none of the lines line up? Why? Because they didn't hire an interior designer? that is true. Do the baby, you have to demand an interior designer on your project right and that's why you don't have the straight across yeah? Never let this have you're gonna be fine. Okay, I'm gonna take care of you. So actually, what I have to do is get rid of the cabinets on either side there's already a blind here, so I'm gonna show you in stages. So this is already what it looks like. Here's our windows, neither side of the fireplace I would add a fascia deal right on top of the casing, and it's right on top of the stone all the way across. So a fascia is just kind of a flat piece of wood, nice and thick, and then I would do a crown detail on top of that and get rid of that little googly goop. That was up here and just clean it up a little bit piece of metal PO. I know what you're talking about it, just it's too high anyway, so we can enjoy it okay, so then what I would do so I would do this crown and this facial detail in a nice rich color, and I would pick a color based on the stone And I think from your pitchers Iron Mountain is gorgeous, so it's kind of this is not black. It's more of a rich dark brown and I think, would look fantastic by side the stone then what I would do if I would actually have the facial detail. Stick off the wall just a little bit about two inches, so actually, hide a KS track or drapery track under the crown detail, and I would fill either side of the fireplace with beautiful drapery and just make it really clean and serene. And this way we can actually make the whole wall a focal point and make it much more human scale very nice.
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