A tray ceiling may also be referred to as an inverted ceiling as the middle of the ceiling structure is higher than the rest of the ceiling. Sometimes there is one “tray” that drops down below the highest point of the ceiling, while other designs result in multi-level tray ceilings. Wood beams are typically used to create one or more levels of the tray, and the finishing options are near endless, providing you with a look that’s unique to you or your home or business.
Tray ceilings aren’t limited to one room type in a home, but they are most often seen in bedrooms, dining rooms, family rooms or studies. Tray ceilings easily add depth and the appearance of the room being larger. Finishes can include simple white, dark wood stains to add a rustic feel, or even add a pop of color or two – the choice is yours. A tray ceiling also gives home or business owners the opportunity to add unique light fixtures or elegant chandeliers.
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