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Kitchen Ceiling Ideas

BHG.com Kitchens Kitchen Color Schemes Neutral Kitchen Colors Vaulted Ceiling Kitchen Ideas Instantly make any kitchen feel bigger and more open with a vaulted ceiling. Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google Plus Email Print More Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In Neutral Kitchen Colors Popular Kitchen Paint Colors Gray Kitchens 10 Kitchen Color Trends White Kitchens We Love Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Above-Average Cabinets Vaulted ceilings provide an opportunity to increase your storage by extending your cabinetry — which is especially helpful in small homes. These homeowners have 12-foot-high cabinets. While the highest units require a ladder to reach, less-used items can still be stored in the kitchen, instead of a garage or basement. 2 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Wide-Open Vaulted Ceiling The soft tones on the island cabinetry are illuminated by natural light that enters the kitchen from every angle. A large round window adds visual interest to the appliance wall and provides an additional light source. The vaulted ceiling adds to the open feel. Instead of a view-blocking range hood in the middle of the room, the homeowners opted for a downdraft vent. 3 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Range Hood Focal Point The range hood is a striking focal point in this kitchen. With a mix of wood, stainless steel, and glass, the vent complements the kitchen’s overall style. It also separates the kitchen from the dining nook without the use of a wall, giving the small kitchen a large, open feel. 4 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Cohesive Look White beams, ceiling, and cabinetry create a unified look that is light and bright. The support beams visually lower the ceiling for a cozy feel. They also offer a convenient location for installing pendant lighting over the island. 5 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Vaulted Kitchen Lighting Lighting is a necessary element in all kitchens but can be difficult to plan in a room with a vaulted ceiling. Here, sunlight helps illuminate the room. A skylight and a large picture window maximize natural light. Pendant lighting hung from a series of wires brings light closer to the work area in a stylish way. 6 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Vaulted Disguise Without detracting from the open look of the room, the homeowners cleverly included several features along the rafters. Track lighting supplements the task lighting at the island. The professional-style range hood is partially concealed by the rafters. This solution offers a convenient way to vent odors without disrupting the kitchen’s open feel. 7 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Wooden Beams Dark cabinetry and a black range are balanced by abundant natural light and buttery yellow tones on the walls and vaulted ceiling. Stained wooden beams along the ceiling tie the room together. 8 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Vaulted Style This kitchen offers a new twist on Arts and Crafts style. The simple cabinetry design and exposed beams on a vaulted ceiling are major components of this popular style. Modern elements, such as the lighting system and the light marble tile backsplash, offer a refreshed take on a classic style. 9 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Spacious Kitchen These homeowners love to cook, so they need plenty of space to fit multiple people in the kitchen. Two islands, generous walkways, a large range, and expansive countertops flanking the range give them the room they need. The vaulted ceiling keeps the room feeling light and open even when several cooks are in the kitchen. 10 of 21 Facebook Pinterest French Country Style The vaulted ceiling of this country French kitchen allows space to showcase the room’s charming accents. An unobtrusive pot rack hangs high above the island. Yellow dishware and colorful tiles become a focal point. The built-in range hood reaches the ceiling and blends with the walls. 11 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Cottage Charm A ceiling is more than just a roof over your head, as demonstrated by the special treatment on the ceiling in this kitchen. The beaded-board paneling lends a cottage feel. White paint makes the ceiling, cabinetry, and island look cohesive. The stainless-steel and glass pulls add a little sparkle to the room. 12 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Simple Success In a kitchen with a small footprint, a vaulted ceiling makes the room feel larger. Light colors, island storage, and built-in cabinetry maximize style and function in the small space. 13 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Single-Color Kitchens In a large monochromatic kitchen, the surface area of the walls and ceiling can be overwhelming. Painting them white keeps the focus on the working area of the room. In this kitchen, stainless-steel appliances and a dark island take center stage. Multiple windows provide generous natural light. 14 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Keep It Light Part of the appeal of a vaulted ceiling is its airy feel. The best way to reinforce this feel is through a simple kitchen design that is bright and filled with natural light. 15 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Extra Amenities Much of the wall and ceiling space often goes unused in kitchens with vaulted ceilings. But this kitchen takes advantage of the extra space with specialty wine storage. Built in a loftlike space in the vaulted ceiling, the wine area reflects the island’s furniture look. 16 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Slimming Down A large space with vaulted ceilings can seem overwhelming. This loft kitchen and dining area uses simple design elements to keep the room from appearing too vast. Tall, slender artwork gives the illusion of a shorter distance between the floor and ceiling. Pendant lights also visually lower the ceiling. 17 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Exposed Beams Although this kitchen has a 17-foot-high ceiling, beams from an old railroad bridge make it feel cozy. The homeowners used wood cabinetry and dark furnishings to complement the rustic beams. 18 of 21 Facebook Pinterest High-Traffic Kitchens A spacious layout is a must for high-traffic kitchens. Generous walkways and plenty of prep space make an easy place to work, while lots of light and high ceilings keep it from feeling cramped when things get busy. Seating outside the primary work zone lets the cook socialize with guests while preparing a meal. 19 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Decorating Space The extra space provided by vaulted ceilings is a prime opportunity to display accessories in your kitchen — from heirloom china to artwork. Antiques and period kitchen pieces are popular accents for open shelves and exposed beams. 20 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Bring It Together Dark beams stand out against cream-color walls. Detailed cabinetry, crown molding, and decorative corbels complement the ornate look of the wooden support beams. Wrought-iron chandeliers complete the old-world look. 21 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow Popular Kitchen Paint Colors Popular Kitchen Paint Colors Coat your kitchen in a color you love with our favorite paint picks. With ideas for blues, grays, greens and, yes, even white, these versatile kitchen paint colors bring the beauty. Begin Slideshow » Related Gray Kitchens 10 Kitchen Color Trends White Kitchens We Love
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Kitchen Ceiling Ideas

Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In Neutral Kitchen Colors Popular Kitchen Paint Colors Gray Kitchens 10 Kitchen Color Trends White Kitchens We Love Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Above-Average Cabinets Vaulted ceilings provide an opportunity to increase your storage by extending your cabinetry — which is especially helpful in small homes. These homeowners have 12-foot-high cabinets. While the highest units require a ladder to reach, less-used items can still be stored in the kitchen, instead of a garage or basement. 2 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Wide-Open Vaulted Ceiling The soft tones on the island cabinetry are illuminated by natural light that enters the kitchen from every angle. A large round window adds visual interest to the appliance wall and provides an additional light source. The vaulted ceiling adds to the open feel. Instead of a view-blocking range hood in the middle of the room, the homeowners opted for a downdraft vent. 3 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Range Hood Focal Point The range hood is a striking focal point in this kitchen. With a mix of wood, stainless steel, and glass, the vent complements the kitchen’s overall style. It also separates the kitchen from the dining nook without the use of a wall, giving the small kitchen a large, open feel. 4 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Cohesive Look White beams, ceiling, and cabinetry create a unified look that is light and bright. The support beams visually lower the ceiling for a cozy feel. They also offer a convenient location for installing pendant lighting over the island. 5 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Vaulted Kitchen Lighting Lighting is a necessary element in all kitchens but can be difficult to plan in a room with a vaulted ceiling. Here, sunlight helps illuminate the room. A skylight and a large picture window maximize natural light. Pendant lighting hung from a series of wires brings light closer to the work area in a stylish way. 6 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Vaulted Disguise Without detracting from the open look of the room, the homeowners cleverly included several features along the rafters. Track lighting supplements the task lighting at the island. The professional-style range hood is partially concealed by the rafters. This solution offers a convenient way to vent odors without disrupting the kitchen’s open feel. 7 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Wooden Beams Dark cabinetry and a black range are balanced by abundant natural light and buttery yellow tones on the walls and vaulted ceiling. Stained wooden beams along the ceiling tie the room together. 8 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Vaulted Style This kitchen offers a new twist on Arts and Crafts style. The simple cabinetry design and exposed beams on a vaulted ceiling are major components of this popular style. Modern elements, such as the lighting system and the light marble tile backsplash, offer a refreshed take on a classic style. 9 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Spacious Kitchen These homeowners love to cook, so they need plenty of space to fit multiple people in the kitchen. Two islands, generous walkways, a large range, and expansive countertops flanking the range give them the room they need. The vaulted ceiling keeps the room feeling light and open even when several cooks are in the kitchen. 10 of 21 Facebook Pinterest French Country Style The vaulted ceiling of this country French kitchen allows space to showcase the room’s charming accents. An unobtrusive pot rack hangs high above the island. Yellow dishware and colorful tiles become a focal point. The built-in range hood reaches the ceiling and blends with the walls. 11 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Cottage Charm A ceiling is more than just a roof over your head, as demonstrated by the special treatment on the ceiling in this kitchen. The beaded-board paneling lends a cottage feel. White paint makes the ceiling, cabinetry, and island look cohesive. The stainless-steel and glass pulls add a little sparkle to the room. 12 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Simple Success In a kitchen with a small footprint, a vaulted ceiling makes the room feel larger. Light colors, island storage, and built-in cabinetry maximize style and function in the small space. 13 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Single-Color Kitchens In a large monochromatic kitchen, the surface area of the walls and ceiling can be overwhelming. Painting them white keeps the focus on the working area of the room. In this kitchen, stainless-steel appliances and a dark island take center stage. Multiple windows provide generous natural light. 14 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Keep It Light Part of the appeal of a vaulted ceiling is its airy feel. The best way to reinforce this feel is through a simple kitchen design that is bright and filled with natural light. 15 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Extra Amenities Much of the wall and ceiling space often goes unused in kitchens with vaulted ceilings. But this kitchen takes advantage of the extra space with specialty wine storage. Built in a loftlike space in the vaulted ceiling, the wine area reflects the island’s furniture look. 16 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Slimming Down A large space with vaulted ceilings can seem overwhelming. This loft kitchen and dining area uses simple design elements to keep the room from appearing too vast. Tall, slender artwork gives the illusion of a shorter distance between the floor and ceiling. Pendant lights also visually lower the ceiling. 17 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Exposed Beams Although this kitchen has a 17-foot-high ceiling, beams from an old railroad bridge make it feel cozy. The homeowners used wood cabinetry and dark furnishings to complement the rustic beams. 18 of 21 Facebook Pinterest High-Traffic Kitchens A spacious layout is a must for high-traffic kitchens. Generous walkways and plenty of prep space make an easy place to work, while lots of light and high ceilings keep it from feeling cramped when things get busy. Seating outside the primary work zone lets the cook socialize with guests while preparing a meal. 19 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Decorating Space The extra space provided by vaulted ceilings is a prime opportunity to display accessories in your kitchen — from heirloom china to artwork. Antiques and period kitchen pieces are popular accents for open shelves and exposed beams. 20 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Bring It Together Dark beams stand out against cream-color walls. Detailed cabinetry, crown molding, and decorative corbels complement the ornate look of the wooden support beams. Wrought-iron chandeliers complete the old-world look. 21 of 21 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow Popular Kitchen Paint Colors Popular Kitchen Paint Colors Coat your kitchen in a color you love with our favorite paint picks. With ideas for blues, grays, greens and, yes, even white, these versatile kitchen paint colors bring the beauty. Begin Slideshow » Related Gray Kitchens 10 Kitchen Color Trends White Kitchens We Love

Kitchen Ceiling Ideas

Kitchen Ceiling Ideas
Kitchen Ceiling Ideas
Kitchen Ceiling Ideas
Kitchen Ceiling Ideas
Kitchen Ceiling Ideas

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