Guest Blogger: Susi from Design Shuffle on Dreamy Ceilings & Walls

Hi, I’m Susi, a writer for Design Shuffle, a fabulous social media site where design lovers and design professionals can get together to share projects and ideas. Thanks for inviting me & Design Shuffle to visit Design Indulgences today. I’m happy to be writing about dreamy walls and ceilings. Dreamy walls create focal points while dreamy ceilings draw the eye to the vertical space in interior designs. One or the other, or both, can turn an ordinary space into a beautiful. Here are some of my favorite dreamy walls & ceilings. Enjoy!

Hexago Ceiling Design

Hexagons create a lovely pattern that, combined with the sparkly modern chandelier, makes for a dreamy ceiling. This ceiling would be dreamy in an entry, dining room or bedroom.

Lattice Ceiling Pattern

The small footprint of this bathroom could make the space feel small. The dreamy lattice pattern on the ceiling draws the eye up, making the space feel larger.

Chevron Ceiling Pattern

A painted patterned ceiling in this bedroom design is definitely dreamy. Love the tone on tone chevron pattern of this ceiling achieved with paint and gloss.

Contemporary Ceiling Design

Part canopy, part chandelier, the ceiling above the bed is sculptural and oh so contemporary. It draws attention to the bed, which should be the focal point in the bedroom.

Wallpaper Bedroom Design

Silvery wallpaper will reflect the light and look different during the day than it does at night. Beautiful and dreamy in a bedroom.

Art Wall Design

For art lovers, a dreamy wall is one filled with beautiful works of art. A gallery wall can be made from original works, posters, family photos or a variety of framed art. Love the empty white frames too!

Bookshelf Wall Design

For a book lover, who never has enough book-related decorating ideas, nothing could be dreamier than a wall of built-in bookshelves. Filling the shelves with color coded or color selected books turns utilitarian storage into beauty.

Stucco Wallpaper Design

The wall in Lionel Logue’s office in the King’s Speech still stuns. Layers of stucco and color and plaster and wallpaper make for a beautiful, dreamy collage of a wall. [ Images 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 /6 / 7 / 8 ]

This post is courtesy of Design Shuffle, where you can see top tier designs from Los Angeles interior designers to New York interior designers and more!

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Thanks Susi & Design Shuffle. I especially love the circular sculptural ceiling and the hexagon. Remember when I blogged about the CHEVRON CEILING room? Well the owner’s entire space is featured on Apartment Therapy. Click HERE to see more.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Thank you for allowing us to guest post on your wonderful blog!

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    1. thank YOU for the wonderful images and post.

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