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Tray Ceiling: Creating Center Point

Tray Ceiling: Creating Center Point

Tray Ceiling which is also called as inverted or recessed ceiling is such a unique way to build a room with depth effect. This kind of ceiling which you bring to your room will make a center section of your ceiling higher for few inches. It works better for larger rooms so that you can feel your room is so spacious. On the center section, you can hang chandelier, ceiling fan, or pendant light to have greater look in your room.

Decorating Tray Ceiling

Just any room can have Tray Ceiling, your living room, bedroom, dining room or kitchen can work well with this kind of ceiling. The famous way to decorate the center point of this ceiling is by painting it with blue and white cloud which you may also often see. This kind of painting will make a fresh look exist in your room. It is not only the painting of cloud that can work on this ceiling; the other mural drawing will also be good here.

Other than with painting, you can also decorate Tray Ceiling with light. If you install the tray to your ceiling, there will be trim around the perimeter, here, you may put lighting tub along the perimeter so that the trim looks so beautiful on the top of your room. Dim the main light and turn the lighting tube on to have the romantic feels. Tray Ceiling can maximize the decoration in your room

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