Ceiling Color Can Transform A Room
When it comes to choosing a paint color for your room, start at the top—ceilings need color too! Learn how color on the ceiling can transform a room.
Open it Up
Make a small room or room with a low ceiling feel larger by keeping the color contrast between the walls and ceilings to a minimum. The pale yellow ceiling over wheat-colored walls in this room allows your eyes to gently travel upward without the stark demarcation created by a bright white ceiling (think of how the sky naturally lightens in an ombre effect as it approaches the sun).
For the best effect, choose ceiling colors in a flat sheen. Benjamin Moore Waterborne Ceiling Paint has been specially formulated for an ultra-flat finish. It absorbs light, and has the lowest reflective quality of any ceiling paint on the market, so it hides imperfections and prevents light from bouncing off in distracting directions, leaving you nothing but pure, beautiful color overhead.
So Don't Forget Your "Fifth Wall"
Ceilings truly are a blank canvas for your creative expression, and as a bonus, you don’t have to worry about smudgy fingerprints or furniture nicks. And painting your ceiling is a budget-friendly way to give any room in your home a new, inviting look. With a stunning ceiling to look at, it’ll be easy to keep your chin up!
See how colors will look on your walls—and ceilings—with our popular color selection tool, Personal Color Viewer®.
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