how to design around your sloped ceiling

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quite common dilemma…

mecc interiors | design bites

There are certain spaces which often prove more challenging than others. One such example is the sloped ceiling room. No, not the tall vaulted or cathedral ceilings which provide both height and volume galore, but areas where the slope is such that standing becomes a challenge for the typical person. How do you work with such spaces?

Closets & Storage

how to design around your sloped ceiling | @meccinteriors | design bites via Pinterest

Ceiling height and the degree of the slope clearly play a role in all sloped ceiling design solutions. The important thing to remember is that there is always a viable solution if you’re willing to explore the options.

how to design around your sloped ceiling | @meccinteriors | design bites via Pinterest

Who couldn’t use more storage? Creating custom built-ins ensures a workable space. But if static built-ins will not work, make the solution mobile! The slope of the above ceiling is quite significant and goes right to the floor. By putting these storage compartments on wheels, the space stays…

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