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Types of Vaulted Ceilings

Beam Ceiling
Beam Ceiling

Photo Gallery: Vaulted Ceilings Vaulted ceiling beams are a wonderful way to give your design an extra touch of charm and detail. Whether you want clean parallel lines or a more complex truss design, faux beams help you make great use of empty space to enhance the overall ambiance of the room.

Cathedral Ceiling
Cathedral Ceiling

The sides of cathedral ceilings have equal slopes, reach to the highest peak of the room, and attach to the roof trusses, whereas vaulted ceilings have unequal sides meeting at a room's high point. Vaulted ceilings are usually the result of walls of unequal height in the same room.

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Conventional Ceiling
Conventional Ceiling

Consider a Tray Ceiling as an Alternative: If you can’t stomach the thought (or cost) of a vaulted ceiling, a tray ceiling is a good alternative. A tray ceiling looks like a conventional, 8-foot, flat ceiling, but with a center flat portion that is raised about a foot or so.

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Cove Ceiling
Cove Ceiling

A Guide to Popular Ceiling Styles ArticlesContents1 Articles2 Conventional Ceiling3 Suspended Ceilings4 Coffered Ceiling5 Cove Ceilings6 Tray Ceiling7 Cathedral Ceiling8 Vaulted Ceiling9 Shed Ceiling The style of your ceiling is more than structural.

Shed Ceiling
Shed Ceiling

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Suspended Ceiling
Suspended Ceiling

Truth: Yes, vaulted ceilings can give your house more light. Not only do vaulted ceilings give rooms a light and airy feeling, they can help bring more light into a room. Vaulted ceilings do allow for good skylight placement. Inside, they do a great job of displaying wood beams.

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Tray Ceiling
Tray Ceiling

Consider a Tray Ceiling as an Alternative: If you can’t stomach the thought (or cost) of a vaulted ceiling, a tray ceiling is a good alternative. A tray ceiling looks like a conventional, 8-foot, flat ceiling, but with a center flat portion that is raised about a foot or so.

source: thespruce.com