Anyone got a ceiling like this?
I found it when looking at air conditioning - this guy has a 10 degree sloping ceiling, so the AC looks squint. How do people with ceilings like that hang pictures etc?
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On Sun 19 Mar 2017 04:40:41p, James Wilkinson Sword told us...
I guess it's a matter of opinion, but as a designer, I have worked with
picture groupings on walls where there was a slant to the ceiling. The
grouping usually draws the viewer's sight, not the ceiling line. In
any event, if you can't actually change the ceiling, then it's best to
create a visual diversion.
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On 03/19/2017 06:40 PM, James Wilkinson Sword wrote:
The best solution to that problem would be to not worry about it. If you
can't, how about putting the pictures lower so you don't often notice
both a picture and the ceiling? You gut used to the picture not looking
perfect, and any guest who complains is being rude.
It would be possible to paint the top few inches of the wall a different
color, making the line (between colors) parallel to the floor. Hang all
pictures below that.
two of our "rooms" are flattish roof with
slight slope to shed rain or melting snow.
only one has anything hanging on the wall.
we used hooks in the trim at the top of the
wall and monofilament line. i wouldn't know
if it was level or not, the picture is kinda
behind the coat tree.
Because the picture is close enough to the ceiling so you can tell they are not parallel.
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