Ultimate Guide to Plastering a Ceiling


So, are you ready to plaster your ceiling? Whether you have more time than usual on your hands or your spouse is inviting you for a DIY project, plastering a ceiling is one of the easiest projects you can do in the comfort of your home, only if you do it the … Read more

What Are The Types Of Paint Used For Ceilings?


There is always one, persisting question when it comes to repainting projects: “What type of paint should I color my ceiling?” Paints are formulated differently, and for a good reason. Some are best used in walls, while others are best used for ceilings. There’s a reason why paint types carry various textures, … Read more

Your Ultimate Guide to Tin Ceilings

Your Ultimate Guide to Tin Ceilings

A plain white or ivory ceiling seldom gets a cursory glance. However, when covered with patterned metal panels, it can be a home’s greatest accent. These patterned panels are commonly referred to as tin ceilings. Developed in the 1880s, tin ceilings provided a way for people to furnish a room’s fifth wall. … Read more

Tools and Tips You Should Know Before Painting a Ceiling

Tools and Tips You Should Know Before Painting a Ceiling

Are you planning to repaint your ceiling? There are reasons why you are wondering about painting your ceiling. It may be because your ceiling painting does not go well with your modern interior design, or it is already fading. But, in order to have a successful painting session, you will need to … Read more

The History of Chandeliers

One of the most striking décor items you can have in a room is a chandelier. They’ve been around for over a millennium and still represent elegance and class. There’s nothing like walking into a vast hall that’s lit up with a huge glittering chandelier overhead. Even in smaller rooms, the addition … Read more

Tools Needed to Texture a Ceiling or Wall

popcorn ceiling or wall texture

A home that has a textured ceiling and wall looks lovely. Wall and ceiling textures can add a new character to rooms, and they can easily bring interest. Yes, it’s easy to paint your ceiling and walls and consider it done. However, if you really want to pull a room together, or … Read more

Great Looks for Ceilings

Accent Ceiling

When it comes to revamping a home’s interior, a lot of people focus on painting the walls and changing the furniture or accents, but ceilings are often the last to get some love. Most of the time, ceilings are simply painted white by default. But did you know that tricking out your … Read more

Guide to Conventional Ceilings

Conventional ceiling

A conventional ceiling is the ceiling type we commonly see in homes. It is usually 8 feet high but can be 9 to 10 feet high in a custom home. Most conventional ceilings are typically finished flat with a surface just like the walls. Among the other types of ceilings, a conventional … Read more

Guide to Coved Ceilings

Coffered Ceiling

A coved ceiling is a ceiling design that has curved edges instead of sharp angles between the ceiling and walls which are commonly found in most homes. They create a dome-like design which is reminiscent of the arched ceiling style of Middle Eastern architecture. Coved ceilings can feature a very rounded curve … Read more

Guide to Cathedral Ceilings

Cathedral ceiling 3

A cathedral ceiling or also known as a vaulted ceiling is a great ceiling choice if you own a home or space that has low, flat ceilings that feel cramped, dull, or old-fashioned. It’s because cathedral ceilings can add a room, air space, value, and overall beauty to a house.  They also … Read more

Guide to Suspended Ceilings

Suspended Ceiling

A suspended ceiling is also known as drop ceiling. It is a type of finish that is hung just below the main ceiling structure in a room. This means that a suspended ceiling does not make up a permanent structural foundation but rather serves as a covering for the more solid framework … Read more

Guide to Tray Ceilings

Double tray ceiling

A tray ceiling is also known as an inverted or recessed ceiling. It can be made of almost any material. It usually has a center section or inlay that sits above the rest of the ceiling, adding an effect to a flat surface space. It also has a raised area which is … Read more