I have an 8 ft ceiling in the dining room. There is about a 1 ft angled wall to the ceiling...
which is popcorned like the ceiling. I have painted my walls a medium brown but the ceiling angle now makes my room walls look really short. Now they look like 7 ft tall walls. What would happen if I painted this angle part the color of the walls or any solutions to this problem?
Paint the angle of the wal with a contrasting color. Brown pretty neutral, find a color that you like and if it is accented in the room use that color, because it will draw the eye up, to make you room back to 8 ft.
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