Coffered Ceiling Custom Home Design Photos
Raleigh New Home Coffered Ceiling Ideas
Create immediate elegance with an overhead design that grabs attention, with a coffered ceiling created with a grid of recessed panels accented by dropped beams.
Coffered ceilings are usually built in the form of multiple squares or rectangles. Each of the beamed sections is finished using a variety of interior trim options - to give your room any look from traditional to contemporary.
Here are examples of Raleigh new homes that include a coffered ceiling in the places you want to accentuate - from formal dining room to great room, living room, outdoor living space, formal living room, and home office.
Coffered Ceiling Home Design - Formal Dining Rooms
A coffered ceiling in your formal dining room will give it a more traditional feel. Top off wainscot paneling with a coffer for even more formality.
In this formal dining room, the coffered ceiling was specially designed to emphasize the angled structure of the room.
Coffered Ceiling Home Design - Great Rooms and Living Rooms
In this great room, accent paint makes the coffered ceiling pop - emphasizing the open concept design and continuity between rooms.
A white-on-white coffered ceiling design makes this custom treatment more subtle, and opens up the room with a feeling of solid comfort.
Recessed can lighting is especially effective with a coffered ceiling, providing soft, reflective light throughout the room.
A coffered ceiling will especially emphasize the height of your two story great room.
Coffered Ceiling Home Design - Outdoor Living
Blend your colors and textures inside and out, with a screen room coffered ceiling design. The angled herringbone fireplace surround contrasts with the squared ceiling.
Coffered Ceiling Home Design - Formal Living Rooms
A coffered ceiling will also add depth and drama to your formal living room.
Coffered Ceiling Home Design - Home Offices
No matter where you decide to add a coffered ceiling, the room will take on a more formal tone, look bigger, and add personality. Ask us where a coffered ceiling would look best in your new home, and see how many approaches you can take to custom living.