Oct 10, 2021 12:50 pm
I have a timber ceiling that has discoloured due to age and nicotine. I had the floors redone (second pic) and now need ideas for the ceiling.
I am planning white walls and charcoal/black window trim.
I want to paint the beams charcoal/black but not sure what to do with the wood in between that will complement the floors.
Should I just paint? White? Or another colour that will fit with the black and white of the walls and trim?
Cover with panels? Should I try and remove the stained lacquer and leave bare? Whitewash?
Or can I just leave it? Does it look so bad contrasted with the floors?
I would be grateful for all ideas or suggestions from both a practical and aesthetic perspective!
By the way - this ceiling is throughout the entire house and is extremely high!
Thank you for your wisdom!
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