Many mobile homeowners consider low ceilings as a design burden. For several years, most of the small mobile homes were built with seven-foot sidewalls. Even though these mobile homes had cathedral ceilings, homeowners were often stuck with low ceilings in their bathrooms and bedrooms.
Mobile homebuilders normally use paneling with vertical lines in order to combat low ceilings. However, this is not enough to solve the low ceiling issues of the homeowner. If you are a mobile homeowner who is struggling with a low ceiling, then here are a few tricks and tips to help you make low ceilings in your mobile home appear taller.
The ceilings of most mobile homes are usually painted with a basic white color. However, there are plenty of different ways to make the low ceilings of your mobile home appear higher, which will in turn make the room of your house appear a little bit bigger.
If you use a glossy white paint for painting the ceilings of your home, then it will appear a lit bit higher to your guests and other visitors. You could also use color palettes on the walls of your home with a lighter shade on your ceiling.
Vertical Patterns and Picture Groupings
Applying vertical patterns on the walls of your mobile home with art, wallpaper, or paint will make your ceilings appear a lot taller. You can also make your ceiling appear taller by creating group of art or photos, which extends towards the ceiling of your mobile home.
However, you will have to ensure that the photos or artworks are narrow. This is an excellent way for you to show your favorite artworks and photos to your guests.
Curtains and the Rule of Three
One of the most simple and effective ways to cope with low ceiling problem is to simply change the place of your curtain rod. This will help you to make your low ceilings appear a lot taller. If you are not happy with the height of your ceiling, then move the curtain rod closer to your ceiling.
However, it is significant to note that most interior designers prefer to use the rule of three in mobile homes with low ceilings. They divide the height of your ceiling by three and then use this number as a guide for wainscoting, furniture, and all other horizontal elements.