In a room with only a few lights to guide your eye, the ceiling can be a challenging place to set up your décor.
Here are some ideas to help you get the most out of your space.1.
Create an illusion of a wall that’s invisible from the outside.
This is an easy way to create a wall out of the wall, which is typically less visible.
It can also be used to create shadows on your ceiling.
You can also use a ceiling vent or other type of ventilation to create that illusion.2.
Place a wall or wall-mounted ceiling light fixture in a position that makes it difficult to see through the ceiling light.
You’ll notice that the ceiling fixture is much more visible when you’re looking from the side, which can help you create a sense of security and predictability.3.
Create a decorative space in the corner of the room with a ceiling light or hanging ceiling light system.
Make the space feel like a mini-living room or a living room with wall lamps and ceiling vents.4.
Create lighting that makes you feel like you’re standing in a dark room.
If you have a light in your closet, make sure it’s bright enough so you can see what’s in your room.5.
Create light in the shadows that creates an illusion you’re walking into an unknown space.
Try adding a wall lamp or a ceiling lamp to create an illusion that you’re inside a dark, creepy, and mysterious room.6.
Create floor-to-ceiling windows that create a light that you can’t see, but that can be seen from the other side.
If the light is on, make it visible and then take advantage of the shadows to create some kind of lighting effect.7.
Use a small wall-mountable ceiling light that creates a light source in the center of the ceiling that you use for floor-level lighting.
The light is designed to be invisible to the rest of the house, but it can be useful for creating an atmosphere or accenting the room.8.
Place light fixtures under a wall to create artificial light that is not visible.
This can be used in places where a wall light might be more visible, like an upper-floor window, a doorway or an upper wall fixture.9.
Create dimmable lighting with ceiling vents and hanging ceiling lights.
These can be great ways to add a different color or accent to a room, such as the blue and green colors in the examples above.10.
Use hanging ceiling lamps to create light fixtures that create an aura of darkness.
If it’s a dark-themed room, use hanging ceiling lamp fixtures to create this effect.11.
Place an empty light fixture on top of a lamp and use it to create another light source.
Use the same light source as the one you used to light up the first light fixture.12.
Make a ceiling-mounted lighting system that’s very visible to the outside with a wall-to, ceiling, or floor-mounted light fixture and a hanging ceiling fixture.13.
Use lighting in a corner of a room to create the illusion that the room is dark.14.
Add ceiling vents to create lighting that’s visible from the sides.
Use an hanging ceiling vent to create shadowing that’s not visible from any other side of the space.15.
Add hanging ceiling lighting to your living room, a bedroom, a bathroom, or even a bedroom.16.
Place ceiling lights under a doorway to create wall light that can create an ambient light around the room, or create shadows and lighting around the edges of the light.17.
Add decorative lights in a room that creates shadows or light that’s hidden in the wall.18.
Create shadow lighting that is visible to both sides of the bedroom or bathroom.19.
Place hanging ceiling fixtures in a closet and add ceiling lights to create ceiling lighting that can appear in the ceiling of the closet.20.
Place lighting fixtures in an area that creates shadowing around the corners of the living room.21.
Create shadows around a room by adding an extra lighting fixture or ceiling vent in the space between the light fixtures.22.
Add a ceiling fixture to a bedroom and use hanging fixtures in the room as a shadow source.23.
Place ceilings on the floor to create additional lighting in the floor area.24.
Create additional lighting around a ceiling that can act as a curtain in a bedroom or hallway.25.
Add lighting that reflects the lighting in an open space into a room or bathroom that is normally dim and shadowy.26.
Use wall lamps to make a wall look like a dark space.
Use them to add ambiance or light to a space or room.27.
Use ceiling vents or hanging ceilings to create lights that act like shadows or lights that are hidden in a space.28.
Use decorative lights to add depth or contrast to a living space.29.
Add an open ceiling vent into the wall to add lighting or shadowing.