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My parents have just downsized. They are very traditional but this house has vaulted ceilings.
razzleme
November 7, 2012
What can they do to add architectural detail to the wide open space to make it more homey?
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Dytecture
Do you have photos of the vaulted ceilings? Faux beams could be added to add some warmth to the room.


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judianna20
Paint the ceilings and then hang a beautiful chandelier proportionate to the size of the room. L + W = size of fixture.
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