The Fifth Wall
Ceiling are often forgotten zones, given a coat of flat white paint and then ignored. Consider the ceiling as more of a "fifth" wall than just a forgotten part of your bathroom, where an immaginative use of color, trim or other accents can liven up the room and give it a unique appeal.
Darker paint colors can make a ceiling look closer and lower to the ground; while light colors give the illusion that it's a little further away. Experiment, too, with trim and crown molding ideas to break the ceiling up from the walls and give it its own space. Also, a collection of framed prints or antique photos can dress up a bathroom. But before adding pictures, consider that the bathroom often handles steam and moisture may pose long-term risks for paper.
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