Shapes, designs, and photos of 19 Trey Ceiling Designs
Top trey ceilings in NC New Homes
Here's how trey ceilings are shaping up for 2019 in new homes - with octagonal, box, step, and double step trey ceiling styles. Click pictures to see the full photo gallery for each home!
Where do Trey Ceilings go? While Trey Ceilings can be placed in nearly any room of the home - from the kitchen to the great room - they are most often built into master bedrooms and formal dining rooms.
What are some of the most popular Trey Ceiling styles? Step, shallow step, vaulted, octagonal, angled, and single box are trey ceiling designs that are trending the most for 2019.
This Chapel Hill new home has rounded corners - designed to mirror the archways below.
Deep browns contrast against the white painted wainscoting in this formal dining room - complete with an octagonal trey ceiling.
Double trey ceilings are more popular in the master bedroom. These trey ceilings carry wall colors into the ceiling, to emphasize the layering look.
This owner's suite trey ceiling emphasizes the grand dimension of this spacious personal space. The choice to bathe the room in earth tones and white creates a beautiful color palette for this setting.
The layers in this trey ceiling are taller, emphasizing the raised height ceiling. Although most ceilings are still white, treys with color are becoming more popular in Chatham County new homes.
The deep trey design selected for this master suite creates a crowning effect of sophistication. Grey walls reflect the trending color trend, while directing the eye upward.
This master bedroom white trey ceiling has two layers with crown molding. The sitting area tucked in at the back of the room has its own little niche, behind the trey.
Here's another approach to a multi-layer trey ceiling, in this master suite that's bold with personality. Bright yellow and white layers make the room sunny and bright, while emphasizing the design's intricate tiers.
Flirtatious romance can be created with multiple layers in the trey ceiling, like this master suite retreat. Your color palette choice in a custom home can follow your imagination - whimsy, daring or conventional.
The classic look to this formal dining room trey ceiling reflects the elegance of the room, with a welcoming openness and simplistic design that compliments expansive windows, archways, chair rail, and hardwoods.
Frame your formal dining room with a vertical trey ceiling like this to provide balance with your favorite wainscoting design. Color adds dimension, while white adds formality.
Create character in your kitchen, with a trey ceiling that goes over the space where you spend most of your time. This artistic chef's kitchen is topped with a huge trey basic box with another layer of dimension.
Keep it simple, with a basic trey ceiling and a ribbon of color. This effect is popular with more casual lifestyles, where rigid formality feels out of place.
This angled trey ceiling makes a formal dining statement. Serving as a tie-together with incredibly detailed trim work, strategically placed windows and an art niche, this trey says custom home.
Give your dining room designer appeal, with a multi-layered octagonal trey ceiling accented by bands of color.
When the emphasis is on the archways, you might want to opt for an all-white octagonal trey in the formal dining room. This provides formality, while keeping most of the attention elsewhere.
Simple and sweet, this master suite with trey ceiling has a soft, warm feeling, with a sitting alcove that beckons just beyond.
When you enter your dining room through the wide swoop of this dramatic arched entry, the bold red and white of this traditional dining room reflects confidence. When there's that much going on in the rest of the room, use your trey ceiling as a punctuation mark, like this.
Chatham County New Custom Home Trends
When building a custom home in Chatham County near Chapel Hill, NC - or anywhere throughout central North Carolina - a Stanton Homes Signature Trey Ceiling can add detail, dimension and depth to nearly any room.
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