Soft contemporary with the use of straight lines and pops of colors in the furniture and decor. The vaulted ceiling also was accentuated with uplight lighting! Mid-century modern style Italian leather sofa, Saarinen womb chair with ottoman, Noguchi coffee table, Eileen Gray side table and Arc floor lamp. The fireplace has been custom designed and features an art piece from India. Skylights have been added for more light. The list that we have above showed us different types of vaulted ceilings - in different materials too! Some are made of concrete, bricks or even wood. Whatever the material used for the vaults, they sure served their purpose - aesthetics or function. You choose, you decide. Hoped you like our list of 18 Living Room Designs with Vaulted Ceiling and take some time to check on one of our favorite lists of different living room ceiling treatments for more ideas and inspiration. Have a great day!
It`s very funny how we usually wander with our minds, imagining all sorts of beautiful places: from spacious luxury homes with breezy patios, to NY lofts with a particular bohemian flair or small compact Scandinavian apartments with a sharp sense of style.
Vaulted ceilings were used only in cathedrals or basilicas. This type of ceiling makes one space look rather large than it should be - a play in the eyes. Optical illusion aside, the main character of vaults is give resistance to the walls and the ceiling too. There are a couple of kinds of vaults, some of them are the barrel vault, groin vault, rib vault and fan vault. You can go ahead and get your dictionaries to check on their definitions. The photos that we have of the 18 Living Room Designs with Vaulted Ceiling is but the modern implications of the vaulting techniques that we had centuries ago - when what was popular then was domes. Domes represent the widest sense of the word vault. Yet again, they have their difference which you can definitely check out online. For now, take a look at the 15 Living Room Designs with Vaulted Ceiling that we have in stored for you.
Nature and the environment have proven to be a big source of inspiration in interior design and architecture over the past few years, particularly where material choice is concerned. We have seen a rise in popularity of natural materials such as wood, stone and slate as people are seeking to reduce their impact on the environment by choosing products that will last longer and that are readily available.
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