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using upholstery tacks to make a geometric ceiling patter. Maybe use instead of wallpaper in the 1/2 bath?

using upholstery tacks to make a geometric ceiling patter. Maybe use instead of wallpaper in the 1/2 bath?

Fantastic looking ceiling treatment done with nailhead tacks!! IMG_6610 by karapaslay, via Flickr

Fantastic looking ceiling treatment done with nailhead tacks!! IMG_6610 by karapaslay, via Flickr

This gorgeous sunburst ceiling light was created using a Hampton Bay light fixture and a Martha Stewart Living mirror--both from Home Depot. Click through to see how Pam of Simple Details (@Pam @ simple details) created it.

This gorgeous sunburst ceiling light was created using a Hampton Bay light fixture and a Martha Stewart Living mirror--both from Home Depot. Click through to see how Pam of Simple Details (@Pam @ simple details) created it.

37 Cheap And Easy Ways To Make Your Ikea Stuff Look Expensive

37 Cheap And Easy Ways To Make Your Ikea Stuff Look Expensive

DIY Home Ideas : 37 Ways To Make Your Ikea Stuff Look Expensive - easy ways to add your personality and show off your creativity on inexpensive IKEA products.

All I could say is, “Wow!”  That looks gorgeous.  I am a sucker for architectural details.  This wood stained coffered ceiling turned out to be very beautiful.  I can't wait until we can do some thing like this in our house.   Submitted By Our Small-Town Idaho Life See how Andrew and Rachel accomplished this task …

DIY Master Bedroom Wood Coffered Ceiling

All I could say is, “Wow!” That looks gorgeous. I am a sucker for architectural details. This wood stained coffered ceiling turned out to be very beautiful. I can't wait until we can do some thing like this in our house. Submitted By Our Small-Town Idaho Life See how Andrew and Rachel accomplished this task …

The most inspirational idea I've seen all week -- for adding "architectural" details in otherwise boring spaces. Applause!

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The most inspirational idea I've seen all week -- for adding "architectural" details in otherwise boring spaces. Applause!

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