How many times a day do you look at your ceiling? Had to think about it, didn’t you? Well, to be honest, many homeowners aren’t really paying their ceilings any attention. And that is mostly due to the fact that there is nothing really special to look at up there. Which is a shame because the ceiling is an excellent place to incorporate great design that enhances the home.
Take a look at a few Design Build Team projects with ceilings that make you want to look up.
Are you looking at your ceiling now? It’s amazing to see how a beautifully designed ceiling can transform the look of a room. What better way to admire a home than from top to bottom? If you are interested in finding out how you can transform the look and feel of your Kansas City area home, contact Design Build Team by calling 913-722-1443.
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You may remember our post earlier last month titled “3 Predicted Custom Home Design Trends for 2012“. Well Design Build Team also wanted to point out one more heavily requested design trend on the list mentioned in the post – the wall of windows.
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For those who are seeking to create a show-stopping architectural look in their home, a wall of windows is a popular feature for a custom built home. It works extremely well for homeowners who like to entertain in their home as well. If you have a beautiful backyard garden that you love to admire or have more of a scenic view than just your next door neighbor’s house, the wall of windows allows you to capture that glorious view in your home everyday. But it also provides more beautiful natural light to the room where it is located.
Where would you want a wall of windows in your home? Send a comment, we’d love for you to share.