Ceiling Fan. Monday , December 11th , 2017 - 17:43:49 PM
Raised ceilings are often accompanied by more or taller windows…which of course leads to an influx of natural light in the space. As natural light is typically the end-all of great lighting, having more of it is a definite perk attributed to vaulted ceilings. (You may want to consider double glazing the surrounding glass to decrease energy requirements for heating/cooling.
When designed strategically, vaulted ceilings can provide a much-needed venting area for unwanted hot air. This is particularly beneficial in a bathroom, where drying out as quickly as possible to prevent mold growth is a must. As a bonus to this feature, extra natural light is always in season!
One disadvantage of wanting vaulted ceilings when your house wasn't built with them is that it can be very challenging, invasive, or maybe even impossible, to retrofit them to your space. It's one of the rare architectural features that generally is best to design and integrate in the early stages of building.
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