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Hey there, let’s talk about a hot home trend that’s really catching on: painted ceilings! It’s all about giving your ceiling a splash of color to make it the star of the show.

 

You know how accent walls have been a thing for a while? Well, now people are taking it up a notch by painting their ceilings in a contrasting color to the walls around them. It’s a simple yet effective way to make people look up and take notice of your ceiling.

 

In fact, paint and texture are being used to jazz up ceilings more than ever. According to the 2023 Houzz U.S. Emerging Summer Trends Report, online searches for “high-gloss ceilings,” “painted ceilings,” “black ceilings,” and even “tongue-and-groove ceilings” (those wooden planks that run side-to-side across a ceiling) have seen a significant increase in popularity over the past year. Tongue-and-groove ceilings, in particular, have seen a whopping 73% growth in searches!

 

So, if your plain white ceiling is starting to feel a bit boring, here are some ideas to spice things up. You can go for a more subtle look by painting the walls and ceiling in the same color but with a slight contrast, like one or two shades lighter or darker. It’s a subtle way to embrace the painted ceiling trend.

 

But if you’re feeling bold and adventurous, why not choose a completely different color for your ceiling compared to the walls? Imagine having a nursery with bright pink ceilings while the walls stay crisp white – it’s a surefire way to draw attention to that dramatic ceiling.

 

Painted ceilings are more than just a trend; they can inject personality and character into a space while playing with its proportions. For instance, painting a high ceiling can make a room feel cozier and more intimate, especially with darker colors. On the flip side, in smaller rooms, a bold-colored ceiling can create the illusion of more space.

 

So, whether you’re looking to add a unique touch to your home or transform a neutral space, don’t underestimate the power of a well-painted ceiling – it might just be the “it” factor your home needs!