Making the Most of Slanted Ceilings

Slanted ceilings are an architectural reality for many homes. This slope can be due to a few different factors, some for aesthetic reasons and some for structural reasons. If you ever decide to turn an attic space into extra air conditioned square footage, you will more than likely be dealing with slanted ceilings. Though they may seem like a disadvantage at first, there are actually a lot of cool ways to decorate around them. Whether it’s highlighting them with an eye-catching design choice or simply fitting furniture and organization around them, slanted ceilings can be a cool visual element to play with. Here are 10 ideas to inspire you to make the most of slanted ceilings.

Making the Most of Slanted Ceilings | HomeandEventStyling.comWood paneling in a soft cream makes this slanted ceiling flow with the cottage essence while adding some dimension.

Making the Most of Slanted Ceilings | HomeandEventStyling.comThe slanted ceiling in this bedroom was treated like an accent wall, making a wonderfully rustic statement.

Making the Most of Slanted Ceilings | HomeandEventStyling.comOn one side, a gallery wall follows the slant with charm. On another wall, a handwritten letter leads your eye up the wall and across the sloped ceiling for an intriguing piece of character.

Making the Most of Slanted Ceilings | HomeandEventStyling.comNot only are is the beautiful wood on the ceiling captivating, but the beams have an industrial character that is unexpected and brings a modern twist.

Making the Most of Slanted Ceilings | HomeandEventStyling.comTwo beds fit into the nook created by this slanted ceiling. Built-in shelves at the highest point accentuate the point and make it look like a design choice rather than something they simply had to work around.

Making the Most of Slanted Ceilings | HomeandEventStyling.comDespite the slanted ceiling, two lights hang symmetrically over the twin beds with length of chord balancing them to each other.

Making the Most of Slanted Ceilings | HomeandEventStyling.comWallpaper fills the slanted nook of this attic bedroom, making it a fantastic accent wall. The imperfect beam across the top adds a touch of character.

Making the Most of Slanted Ceilings | HomeandEventStyling.comSkylights look wonderful in a slanted ceiling and provide a lot of extra natural light into a space.

Making the Most of Slanted Ceilings | HomeandEventStyling.comThis perfect triangle is accented by the blue paint, while antiqued bead board gives an aged appeal to the side walls.

Making the Most of Slanted Ceilings | HomeandEventStyling.comCustom cabinetry makes the most of this slant, following it to use up every last bit of organizational opportunity.

Slanted ceilings can bring a lot of character to a space, so think outside the box when decorating to make the most of them.

Warm regards,
Megan

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