Interior Design Idea - Use Color To Define An Area // In this kitchen within an office, bright yellow walls, floor and ceiling clearly defines the area, while the interior designers have used a teal floor color to outline a casual seating area that surrounds the kitchen.
Refined Linen + Velvet textures mixed with scrubbed pine - natural finishes and rubbed iron lighting, add flair to this neutral space.
The tiny mosaic tiles on this barrel-vaulted ceiling defines this space. The dramatic overhead curve creates a stunning centerpiece matched only by the waterfall granite countertops from Walker Zanger that outfits the main island.
You may want to try running a simple band of trim (just a finished wood 1x2) around the perimeter of the room just below the bottom of joist elevation. I've seen this done and it really helps to define the color transition from the light walls to the darker ceiling and give it a more finished appearance.
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