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Ceilings are an oft-overlooked piece of architecture, but making even minor changes to such a surface can add interest and warmth to most any space. Whether you want to cover an outdated and ugly popcorn ceiling, dampen sound or simply add a unique decorative element to your kitchen, a wood ceiling remains a popular option.
Wood ceilings have been around for hundreds of years, but today there are so many more options in styles, designs and materials offered.
When deciding on a wood ceiling for your kitchen, consider the environment in which it will be located. Moisture levels and temperature extremes could impact the material.
Wood ceiling options include natural wood that can be stained or painted for a custom look, wood veneers, medium density fiberboard (MDF) and high density fiberboard (HDF). They also come in a variety of styles including wooden beam, carved, suspended or tongue in groove.
Reclaimed or salvaged wood from old barns and other buildings is another popular option today, and such materials appeal to those who desire an eco-friendly alternative. Faux wood ceilings, which come in many different styles and shades, are typically lighter in weight, less expensive and more durable than real wood, however.
If you like the look of a wood coffered ceiling, but don’t want to spend a lot of money on the cost of custom millwork, consider using lay-in wood coffer ceiling panels such as the Evoba Wood Ceiling System. Pre-fabricated grid components can be adaptable to any size or shape roomand are available in a variety of species including oak, cherry and maple, to name a few. You can also find them in a variety of finishes, or choose unfinished wood and paint or stain it to match or enhance your décor.