When decorating a room, the ceiling seems to be the only part that is often left to be white and flat. And since this type of ceiling can look kind of boring, interior designers have come up with versatile solutions of making the ceiling more impressive and eye-catching. The exposed or open ceilings are one such solution and although they may not appeal to everyone, they seem to be pretty interesting because it looks like they are showing off something. Today, we have chosen several Kitchen Designs With Exposed Ceilings to show you the beauty of having such eye-catching ceiling designs in the kitchen.
The exposed ceilings are often part of industrial or rustic kitchen designs, but they can be found in some contemporary kitchens too. They are an interesting architectural feature and can make a space look unique. There’s a variety of the style and type of ceiling beams, so you will for sure find the right one according to your taste and the style of your kitchen. If you wish to make the ceiling look more dramatic, then you should opt for some high-gloss, black beams that will be a contrast to the white ceiling. Or if you want to stick to minimalist style, go for some concrete beams with clean and sleek lines. Steel beams, exposed electrical and ductwork are often part of interiors with industrial theme, while the rough-finished wood ceiling beams that can provide warmth and texture are mainly found in rustic kitchens. The atmosphere is more warm and inviting when there are exposed wooden beams on the ceiling. They can make the room feel cozy when they stand out and contrast with the background color, but also when they blend in. When they are painted in the same color as the ceiling, you instantly make them blend in more easily and yet they are still visible. Scroll down now to see our photo collection of versatile kitchen designs with exposed ceiling designs and decide on whether you would opt for some eye-catching design to replace the white and flat ceiling. Enjoy!
Kitchens With Exposed Ceilings
So, what do you think about incorporating some exposed ceiling beams into your kitchen, instead of keeping the ceiling white and flat? And would you choose some dramatic design that will contrast to the ceiling, or maybe you would stick to some exposed design that still blends in? Tell us in the comments about your choice and of course, don’t forget to stay up to date with the content of Top Dreamer to find many other interior design ideas for your home decor.