Inexpensive and Simple Ceiling Designs for Homes


The ceiling of the house is a very important part of the house. When you have a plain ceiling with absolutely no design, you need a chandelier or lamps hanging from it, to make it look attractive. But when the ceiling is designed with a type of pattern, having decorative chandeliers and lamps is an optional accessory. To finish the look of your home, you need some good ceiling designs for homes that are unique. There are many design ideas for ceilings that you can choose from, depending on the style of your house, and its interiors. However, if you are on tight budget, then choose inexpensive and simple ceiling designs for homes. And some great inexpensive and simple ceiling designs for homes are mentioned in the coming up paragraphs, take a look.

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Easy Simple Ceiling Designs for Homes

Let us start with the most traditional and simple ceiling designs for homes;  Conventional ceiling. They are typically flat panels raised to a height of around 8 feet. They are easily built and versatile. Then, another design is suspended ceiling. These are just different versions of conventional ceilings with an industrial appearance. They consist of unfastened ceiling panels laid into a metal grid and suspended from an existing ceiling or floor above it. Suspended ceilings have the advantage of being able to hide mechanical fixtures or older ceilings and are most commonly used in basements.

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A wooden ceiling adds warmth and texture to an otherwise plain drywall ceiling. Just because it’s wood, don’t think dark. Wooden ceilings can be constructed from light-colored wood or stained with a warm color to suit your style and decor. Wooden ceilings are also good for covering the imperfections in existing drywall or plastic ceilings.

It is easy to expand the look of a room and naturally draw the eye upward by installing crown molding. Larger crown molding, in particular, is aesthetically pleasing when painted in an accent color that complements the primary color used in a room. Shallow soffits can be created with some inexpensive 2-by-4s and drywall. To accent the crown molding, use decorative trims such as medallions around a ceiling fan or chandelier.

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Besides these cheap and simple ceiling designs for homes, you can also renew the look of a ceiling with paint. If the ceiling is in good condition, simply choose a shade slightly lighter or darker than the color on your walls to paint the ceiling. Using a lighter shade will make the room feel taller and a darker shade will make the room feel cozier. If your ceiling is cracked, repair it before painting. A peeling ceiling will need to be scraped before it is repainted. Well, these were several inexpensive, simple ceiling designs for homes and tips for you. Though you don’t have lot of cash but you must choose the design of a ceiling that should be such that it highlights the architectural features of the room. Choose a simple ceiling design that looks cohesive with your house decor and which enhances your interiors.

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64 thoughts on “Inexpensive and Simple Ceiling Designs for Homes

  1. Tate

    Well this makes me on so many levels, I can now up my ocd to my MIL. I two children(3yr,8mo) I always suggest less toys or cheap * toys for that matter you want to capture them something something that will last and worth it, book and paints are always fine! I my house I know my children will a mess and thats but they also need to learn to clean up after them selves. And unlike other mom in our playgroup my oldest will abet up others toy rooms before we leave a playdate!And yes I might be slightly over the top with in my home… but well thats honest how it is going to be, but when we are having art time well then I off the glue/pant and markers can on anything… after all it will be washed off any thing that is not paper when she is done!

  2. Bridget

    Many of these were so funny, and as a fellow spilling, dropping, breaking considerate of person, it is a relief to know there are others out there.My most clean-up experience was in size but in clean-up challenge. I broke a thermometer in my bedroom. beads of mecury went seemingly everywhere. I was in a flu-induced stupor that escalated into flu-induced as I did not want my cat sniff it or across it and then lick it off. I barricaded the doorway, and that solved the cat bellow but cleaning it up safely with a 102 temp was no picnic. In the end, with the of a flashlight and online mecury clean-up guidelines, I I got it all. It seems most of it hit the bed(sigh).My advice: digital thermometers only.

  3. Brooke

    @Rowan Me too! The worst is television for me – mainly news programs with their unnecessarily loud and high-pitched reporting, even regarding weather! I finally convinced my husband to read up on the news online, in blessed silence.

  4. JimmyTony

    Is it cross of me to be completely in admire with the bathroom in the header picture? Because I considerate of am. It would feel sort of showering in Yellow Submarine every day.

  5. Melissa Kora

    Nicole did a astonishing job on this headboard! She built it with a regular ole hammer and nails all by herself! You can any width boards that you bear on hand for the planks, as long as they are a standard 3/4″ thick, so down the shed or some ancient shelving. I to rescue crates and pallets, them apart, and for projects this. FREE and Green!

  6. Benjamin-Dawson

    J Dandy: I bought a pre-made light fixture with three hanging bulbs and replaced the bulbs by longer cables with pending Ikea lampshades.Beth, thank you for this post 🙂

  7. Darrell

    Coloured toilet paper was 10 years ago but was mostly taken off the shelves because the dyes caused infections and were not biodegradable. So not healthy and not environment friendly=really not worth it!

  8. Jaylynn_Moriah

    Janice: Hopefully that content with fonts is no longer visible. But thank you for pointing it out…our Mac FireFox browsers were not displaying the errors, while everyone else saw it, so we the heads up!

  9. Aldo

    I bought the LCD TV Easel Stand from *.Rekve.ca and I am extremely happy. It is a rustic solid wood stand, that fits well and has wheels so I can it around my home. Rekve.ca had offered a lot of size and color options , this made my choosing easy, thank and I recommend *.Rekve.ca to everyone, thanks Beth H

  10. Layton@666

    I to say that I am really feeling the monochrome vibe. I been experiencing severe sensory overload from the current “everything must be brilliant colors and patterns” trend and the “every era of acquire thrown together in a cluttered room of mismatched dining chairs and frames” trend.Gray and simple is looking astonishing about now.

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