Published at Thursday, 08 November 2018. Ceiling. By Tommie Ferrell.
I like to see real drywall wherever I can. So that can be painted and look like the rest of the home, and you really do have to stand back. Look at the big picture and design your ceiling scape from maximum height and straight crisp lines. All right, you don't want to be up and down up and down everywhere. Okay, I wouldn't come across underneath this ductwork and try to go back up there, where I have a little bit of space between those red and blue pecs lines in the ductwork. There's not enough space there are only two feet: it wouldn't be worth all the aggravation, so you really have to think about keeping it simple getting as much as you can in each soffit and maximize your height, wherever you can all right now that that lower section is Soffit right there from that corner there right out to that edge right there in front of the recessed light.
I'm going to design my ceiling scape in the basements. We have ceiling scape because there are so many situations where our ceilings going to be higher and then lower. I've got a 16-inch duct trunk and then I've got about thirty. Two more inches of duct trunk and then back out here I've got gas lines and finally, I have a high ceiling with nothing in my way. So what am I going to do here? Well, I'm going to build underneath the gas line. All these ducts I'm going to continue across right underneath that PEX, the water lines right, underneath the sewage line and right underneath the steel making that one lower section of the ceiling from the steel beam the whole way out to the end of my gas lines right there. The gas lines, and then from the gas lines over to the exterior wall, which is about another six feet, I'm going to go back up full height with mice, with my drywall ceiling right to the bottom of that floor, joists all right. So I have an upper ceiling just about six foot and I've got a lower section.
Rather, we just put the drywall right to the bottom of the floor, joist right now out here where we went from the the red pecks and the the sewage line that was up there and there was some wires and other stuff up in there. We we lower the ceiling again right out here to the edge here where we go back up again. As you recall, there was right up in this area right here where those yellow gas lines. We came just to the left side of them yellow gas lines when we stopped our soffit all right and then we went down and turned our soffit over top of the window so that we would have the same height over top of that refrigerator. Just for aesthetics. Just a sit out, so we had the same height soften over both windows, which looks much better in my opinion than having one high ceiling over that bat window and one low soffit ceiling over top of this windows will be kept. That soffit turning out to the end over the top of the refrigerator and balanced out those windows and then turning back around this way, you can see that lower soffit runs the whole way down to the other end of the basement up to the finished wall. And then we have the high section of ceiling that runs the whole way the whole way down the basement down to this end to this soffit.
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