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If you live in an older home, you may have inherited ceilings that are eight feet high or less, which are considered low. But don't despair. Read on to discover 14 clever and easy-to-implement ways to trick the eye and create the illusion of more height.

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In many cases when you want to decorate your home, you need to take into consideration the actual structure of the house and the room. For many people that are living in newer houses, they do not have the same ceiling height that they perhaps had in the buildings that where built 100 years ago.

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Michelle Walker
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Introduction Small attic spaces with low ceilings can often feel restrictive or remain unused in many homes. However, with a little creativity and thoughtful design, these cozy nooks can be transformed into functional and aesthetically

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Jordan Antohi
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Floor-to-ceiling windows and high ceilings are undeniably dreamy, but these kinds of architectural features not always the reality for many homeowners and renters. Oftentimes, you get stuck with low-ceiling rooms that feel like they’re literally cramping your style. Fear not though—low ceilings don’t have to be a stylistic setback. Thankfully, there are quite a few ways to make your walls appear taller and your home more expansive.

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Melanie Hasty-Grant