ceiling. Friday , May 12th , 2017 - 13:39:43 PM
Remodeling a basement ceiling largely depends on the total height available in the room. If it is up to 8 feet or lesser, then it is suggested that no additions should be made to it as it will simply make the room smaller and uncomfortable for taller people. However, it does not mean that lower ceilings cannot be remodeled to look beautiful, elegant, or funky. Here are some ideas you can use.
The ceiling is an important aspect contributing to the aesthetic appeal of a room. Installing ceiling tiles is a great way of improving the look of a room. However, if the ceiling is sagging or has watermarks, it hampers the overall look and feel of the room. Apart from being a bad sight to look at, sagging ceiling tiles can be very dangerous for people living in the house. The loose tiles may fall and cause serious injury to someone. It is therefore essential to repair them so as to avert an untoward accident.
We're talking about bamboo blinds here that have become extremely popular as basement ceiling options. All you are required to do is fix them on the ceiling and either allow them to sag or use up their entire length to cover the ceiling. These can be used to cover up the entire ceiling or you may leave open spaces amid the blinds to add character to the ceiling. You could also try to have light fixed on the ceiling that filters through the blinds for a dim look. This is a great choice if you are building a bar in your basement. Finally, the blinds may be painted in a myriad of colors, though their natural shades look the best.
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