HELP! I have a designer's nightmare for a 2 story room.
I have a 2 story living room that is seriously lacking in trim work and moldings making it feel cold and lifeless. The problem is the room has so many angles and curves that it makes it difficult to decide how to implement woodwork to help make it feel warm and draw your eye down to the room. There is way too much drywall. I am thinking of adding a plank ceiling on the angled wall with beams and a board and batten look (using the drywall as the background) on the top half of the room on the rest of the walls.
We have a large cutout on a curved wall that will also get trimmed out. I love the idea of painting the new woodwork the existing color of the walls to add warmth and texture without have the sharp contract of more white molding but I am open to just about anything. Also, the ceiling fixture is off center to the ceiling because of the angled wall so that makes it difficult to carry any wood work up to the ceiling or to do a coffered look. At some point we will add a large chandelier to the room but need to figure out this issue first. If you happen to have any great idea's on what to put on this curved wall, I would love to hear those too. I'm stumped! Thank you in advance for any assistance you may provide!