My kitchen ceiling is a mess. It has uneven plasterboards - i.e. not level, so there are ridges of 2-3mm at the joints. It is painted over with a thin coat of some sort of textured paint. There are some 'cosmetic' wooden beams (which the wife likes) bolted over it. The consumer unit is in one corner, flush up to ceiling level.
I'd like to improve this. The ideal solution would be for a plasterer to skim it, but with the kitchen units, worktops and sink, access to the ceiling would be extremely difficult. I don't mind if it's not perferect - not having the ridges or textured paint are my main aims.
Any ideas on how I could improve it? Cheers.