adelias. Ceiling Fan. December 18th , 2017.
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.
People have always envied birds for their ability to fly. And because we, humans, can't fly with our own wings, we have looked for other means that make it possible. So we invented planes and helicopters and hot air balloons – every thing that can take us in the air and make us fly. Well, kids are just little people, so they want to fly, too, and the best thing you can do for them is make their dream come true. You simply need to buy a Balloon Ceiling Fan by Monte Carlo for them and then fix it on the ceiling in their room. This way they will imagine everything and “fly” with this painted balloon in a kaleidoscope of colours.
Vaulted ceilings are known, formally and informally, by many names in modern design (such as cathedral ceilings, raised ceilings, high ceilings, to name a few). The concept behind vaulted ceilings, however, stems back hundreds of years. Let's take a closer look at vaulted ceilings – their definition, history, pros and cons, and some inspiring design implementations.
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