For a unique and interesting kitchen ceiling, a little creativity can go a long way. Adding paints or pattern can help make a big impact on a plain ceiling. Exposed raw beams or wooden plank ceiling can instantly make any kitchen feel cozier and warmer than a white flat ceiling just doesn’t. One way to easily add a splash of the countryside and rustic look into your kitchen interior is to have someone install a false beam. Just a quick cut and affix it to the ceiling and its done.
The coffered ceiling goes well in a fairly traditional kitchen. Planked ceiling painted in a pastel of colors can liven up your kitchen without making it too daunting or overwhelming. Adding stamped tin metal tiles can add a splendid feel to your traditional kitchen. The play of light and shadow resulting from the bouncing natural light from the tin tiles injects visual interest and helps make your kitchen a little brighter. For a rather constricting kitchen, a flat ceiling may be the most logical option you have. Be a little adventurous and paint it in any color or pattern that suits your personality.
To give you some ideas, read on to see a collection of majestic kitchen interiors that some will show you how the ceiling is done in a traditional way.
1. Hall The Way Down
Pull together a look simply by coordinating paint colors. Here, the all-white cabinet and white stone countertop of the kitchen island is parted in the middle by the hardwood floors.
2. Hood My Hand
For an instant lived-in look, a well-placed rug adds a charismatic appeal to an all-white cottage style apartment.
3. By The Hood
A sheet of metal covers the kitchen hood with carbon steel screw connects and itself to the red accent chair with nailhead detailing. The red Roman flowery shade echoes the sentiment as it quietly sits by the window.
4. Peter Pattern
An elegant pattern is thoughtfully highlighted by a soft lighting in this alluring kitchen interior. The claystone flooring exudes a distinctly tasteful personality.
5. Round The Bar
A round bar extension is fashioned together with the kitchen island countertop. And with a classic olive green paint, it imbues an understated and charming character to the whole space.
6. Shopping Wood
The stained wood countertop of this kitchen island commands the attention from any angle. Highlighted by the suspended glass lighting fixture, form and function are found in one place.
7. It’s All White
The style of this kitchen interior which is composed of an all-white paneled cabinet, modern kitchen fixture, and a floating kitchen island is punctuated by the use of x-back barstools with upholstered seat.
8. Food Maximus
Crafty and brilliantly designed pantry maximize the most out of its space through the use of smart hardware and open shelving.
9. Gray Heir
A gray tile backsplash injects interest in a humble kitchenette with stainless steel kitchen equipment and black drawer handles.
10. Press Buttons To Eject
A deep shade of blue tie the styles together of this table with button handles and the Roman shade of a nearby window.
11. Tesserae, Sera
A delightful mosaic tile made an appearance as the backsplash and gives depth to the back wall of this bright kitchen interior.
12. Bay The Window
A quick rest is in order. A bay window with a red bench seat filled with snug pillows offers a place of relaxation after a whole morning of cooking. The checkered flooring reinforces the playful character.
13. Rural Juror
A charismatic countryside kitchen with stone countertop on its kitchen island is sandwiched between the aisles of the spacious kitchen.
14. Window For Light
A well-lit kitchen with large glass windows provides a picturesque view of the surrounding. Stone countertop on all working areas ties the details of the kitchen like a nice red ribbon.