Black Painted Ceiling vs White Painted Ceiling for Your Michigan Basement Remodel

Finishing your basement and looking for a way to maximize your current ceiling height?

Black Painted Ceiling vs White Painted Ceilings? You Decide!

A great option for a basement with lower ceiling heights (very typical in local Michigan older homes) can be painting the ceilings! Leaving your basement ceiling exposed and simply painting it black or white can give you the height needed for a comfortable space as well as giving the basement a more industrial, loft like feel.

Using interior Dry Fall paint, the ceiling is evenly coated. Dry Fall paint will ensure proper adhesion to the ceiling surfaces. Applying the paint using a spray method ensures even coverage and minimal product waste.

Black painted ceiling in Oakland Township, MI basement design

Black Painted Basement Ceiling Works for this Oakland Township, MI Basement

Painting the ceiling black gives the space an industrial feel, as well as the appearance of higher ceilings. The contrast between the black ceiling and gray walls makes for a dramatic design feature that can help when looking for a modern design in your basement.

White painted basement ceiling in Royal Oak, MI home

White Painted Basement Ceiling Brightens Up this Royal Oak, MI Living Area

Another option for the ceiling color is white. The white painted ceiling creates a light airy feel for the space while also giving the appearance of heightened ceilings. Paired with light colored walls the white ceiling creates an open, bright space.

Painting your basement ceilings can be a great way to finish your space and keep the costs down while allowing for maximum ceiling height. See what our designers can do for your basement today by contacting us today! 

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