This gallery of images presents the best tray ceiling dining room designs/ideas. A tray ceiling is a popular type of ceiling treatment used to outfit any room adding depth and a decorative touch to a normal height ceiling.
What is a Tray Ceiling?
A tray ceiling also called an inverted or recessed ceiling, has a center section that is several inches (or several feet) higher than the areas around the border of the room. This design allows for the use of colors painted on the trim that can turn a bland ceiling into a focal point.Tray Ceilings in Bedrooms: Pictures, Options, Tips & Ideas – HGTV
Tray Ceiling Dining Room Ideas
This dining room, designed by High End Staging (HES, features a dining table with stylish seats set on tiled flooring that is surrounded by white walls and a tray ceiling of the same color.
Large formal dining room area with hardwood flooring covered by a rug where the fashionable dining table and chairs are arranged. Designed by Cohen Inv, LLC.
A dine-in kitchen with a modern dining table and chair set placed on hardwood flooring. By Francesca Owings Interior Design.
A conventional dining room with a glass top dining table brightened by two grand chandeliers that are fixed into the tray ceiling. By MainBuilt.
A small circular dining table set irradiated by a dazzling chandelier dangling from a white tray ceiling. By Cutuli Homes.
Gallery of Tray Ceiling Pictures in a Dining Room
You can find more information on all the designs/ideas for tray ceiling treatments in your dining room on this page on Houzz. Houzz is a website and online community about architecture, interior design and decorating, landscape design and home improvement.
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