Statement walls are cool, but statement ceilings are falling farther in our favor—especially this soft lavender hue. Read on for 40 painted ceilings that might even inspire you to redo your space.
In case you haven’t noticed, we love incorporating pops of yellow (like this pale ceiling) into any room.
A pink ceiling pairs perfectly with this colorful and eclectic living room.
The clean contrast between the white walls and black ceiling allows for the colorful seating (and mirrors!) to really stand out.
Pro tip: Make sure the color of your ceiling is located in other decor items in your room. See the red legs of the piano bench, the lampshade, and roses in the painting?
This pastel space feels more modern than childish due to the sophisticated furniture and decor—but the palette would look equally as pleasing in a nursery as it does this bar space.
Hate your textured ceiling? No matter, just paint over it. We love the idea of accenting your hallway instead of a larger room.
Painting your ceiling doesn’t have to be bold or bright. This white and gray space feels totally mature and serene.
The rug really puts the finishing touch on this tiny space. Just think about how boring it would be if the ceiling was white!
Your child’s room doesn’t have to be frilly and filled with pastels. This slanted maroon ceiling proves that.
Take a design risk and paint one big stripe, carrying it through your ceiling, wall, AND floor.
Painting your ceiling is an easy way to bring color into a neutral room while keeping your walls white.
Don’t think “painting your ceiling” has to be contained to just your ceiling. Start a few feet down for added color.
Who knew white, wood, and a true green make such a great color combo? The metallic light fixture and sketch portrait certainly don’t hurt, either…
I guess having beautiful wood ceilings is just another thing to add to our design dream list.
Bring brightness into your nursery with a glossy orange.
This white, chartreuse, and deep teal color pairing is more sophisticated than we expected.
A good workaround to bringing color into a bathroom you can’t retile is to paint the ceiling!
We’re not exactly sure what texture this ceiling is, but we’re going to tell ourselves it’s glitter. A light purple glitter.
Before you freak out, know this is wallpaper. But even so, commence freak out!
This regal space is almost too much to handle. The glossy finish on the royal blue ceiling perfectly compliments the natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows.
Beige and peach is our new favorite nursery color combination. The light wood and ’70s-inspire print in the drapes and pouf make it even better.
The designers of this bathroom could have easily left the ceiling white, but we’re glad they didn’t. The bold, bluish-teal shade adds just the right amount of color into this sophisticated space.
Stripes in all the right places.
Throw in the crown molding AND match it to the table cloth. Why not?
We never knew we wanted a slanted, herringbone ceiling in our home, but we do now.
Imagine laying in bed, looking at the reflection of the New York City skyline on your cement ceiling.
It’s like a watercolor painting is dripping down the walls!
This modern color pairing has us feeling so ’70s-inspired.
This lime green ceiling completely ties together the rustic, bohemian vibes of the space.
We love how the gray floors sandwich the white walls and other neutral decor.
Painted ceilings don’t necessarily have to be statements. Take for instance, this pale pink hue.
Everything about this black and white bohemian living room feels bold—in a good way.
Why isn’t a bold yellow paint color the most popular for nurseries? It’s certainly the most cheery!
This design would make us dizzy if it wasn’t so shabby chic-meets-graphic.
This ceiling paired with this fireplace is a modern romantic mashup. The marble? The painted brick? We’re impressed.
If you’re ever afraid of overdecorating, just think of this room and keep going!
All of these matte neutrals have us rethinking our go-to color palettes.
Next time you search for a new home, picture these ceiling beams.