We can all agree popcorn ceilings will never come back in style, but ceilings like these in this week’s Suburb Sunday are a great iteration of on-trend statement ceilings.
Address: 1801 Crockett Circle, Irving
3 bedrooms, 4 baths
2,743 square feet
Coffered dark-wood ceilings give three-dimensional drama to the open living area of this 1984-built fully-updated home. Located in guard-gated Cottonwood Valley at the Four Seasons Resort and Club, the home’s updates include an incredible new kitchen, new master bath, updated secondary baths, bamboo floors in living and kitchen, new HVAC and water heaters, and putting green.
On-Trend Statement Ceilings
Address: 1411 Sweetgum Circle, Keller
5 bedrooms, 3 baths
3,154 square feet
The wood ceilings in this 1985-built Keller home are a very definition of a statement ceiling. The living room has cedar-style wooden tray ceilings that contrast the floor below. In the kitchen, the wooden plank and beam ceiling has a slight sheen for a sleek modern look. Too much wood? Just paint the cabinets and wood trims and the statement ceilings will really pop. And at $130 per square foot, the quarter-acre lot home is an amazing value.
Address: 1508 Fuqua Drive, Flower Mound
4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths
2,189 square feet
In recent years, shiplap really took over wall trends thanks to Fixer Upper‘s Chip and Joanna Gaines. While its waning in popularity for walls, it’s finding new life on the ceiling. This Flower Mound home really embraces the farmhouse aesthetic with faux shiplap ceilings throughout the downstairs and a reclaimed wood-style entry wall and fireplace. It packs a lot into its 2,189-square-foot footprint, including two living rooms, two dining rooms, and split bedrooms. The backyard pool has a stone waterfall feature, a spa, two fountains, and a tanning landing.