A coffered ceiling is a series of geographical shapes created by beams in a square, rectangle or even triangle patterns. Some feature bare wood beams while others include crown molding surrounding the beams. The design adds a dynamic depth and texture to the ceiling.
Any room can be enhanced by a coffered ceiling, including kitchens, living rooms, dining rooms and bedrooms. They’re expensive, but if you want your ceiling to stand out, a coffered treatment will make a bold statement — as you can see in our photo gallery.
1. Coffered Ceiling Accentuates Formal Living Room
A formal living room with cozy seats and white walls matching the white coffered ceiling. The room also boasts a stylish fireplace and bookshelves.
2. Spacious Dine-In Kitchen Wears All-White Well
A dine-in kitchen featuring white walls and coffered ceiling along with hardwood flooring. The room offers a small breakfast bar and a dining nook.
3. Chandelier Perfectly Complements Modern Vibe
Modish dining table set with a glass-top table and cozy seats, lit by a Googie chandelier hanging from a coffered ceiling.
4. Coffered Ceiling Defines Interior Space
Large formal living room featuring dark hardwood flooring and a coffered ceiling. The room also features a doorway leading to the outdoor areas.
5. Coffered Ceiling Heightens Comfort Level in Great Room
Spacious formal living room featuring a comfy set of seats and a large fireplace. The room features hardwood flooring and white coffered ceiling.
6. Coffered Ceiling Design Respects Traditional Theme
A classy formal living room with a nice set of seats and a large fireplace. The coffered ceiling makes the room looks stunning.
7. Coffered Ceiling Ties Together Massive Space
This great room is surrounded by classy white walls and coffered ceiling. The dining area is lighted by a glamorous chandelier while the living space offers a fireplace. The kitchen features a massive center island.
8. Coffered Ceiling Studiously Apt for Elegant Home Office
Elegant home office with hardwood flooring. The dominant material used is wood, giving it the reddish-brown finish.
9. Coffered Ceiling Accentuates Traditional Theme
10. Ornate Coffered Ceiling Helps Make Bold Kitchen Statement
Massive white kitchen with ornate coffered ceiling in a galley layout with large center island. Source: Garrison Hullinger Interior Design.
11. Coffered Ceiling Spreads Out Over Great Room
Great room features living room with a fireplace and coffered ceiling throughout. Trulia
12. Coffered Ceiling Adds Ambiance to Home Library
A luxurious home library, with elegant couches and multiple bookshelves, features coffered ceiling design. Zillow Digs
13. Coffered Ceiling Pulls Together Large Living Space
A large home office with a rustic coffered ceiling. The room features its own living space with a center table. Trulia
14. Coffered Ceiling Expands on Modern Kitchen Design
Large dine-in kitchen featuring rustic hardwood flooring and white cabinetry and kitchen counters perfectly fit with the white coffered ceiling.
15. Elegant Chandelier Hangs from Coffered Ceiling
Gorgeous chandelier hangs from the cofferedceiling in abalcony-type formal living room with glass -top center table. Source: Zillow Digs
16. Coffered Ceiling Plays into Traditional Craftsman Style
Craftsman dining room with coffered beam ceiling and hardwood flooring. Source: Zillow Digs
17. Rustic Coffered Ceiling builds on Southwestern Kitchen Theme
Southwestern kitchen features beam ceiling, gray tile backsplash and center island with a breakfast bar. Source: Zillow Digs
18. Coffered Ceiling sets off Transitional Kitchen
Transitional kitchen with coffered ceiling, chandeliers and stainless steel appliances. Source: Zillow Digs
19. Coffered Ceiling adds to Cozy Living Room
Modish sofa set sits over a gray rug covering the hardwood flooring of a cozy living room. A charming fireplace and white coffered ceiling complete the look. Source: Zillow Digs
20. Coffered Ceiling Design Ties in Color Scheme
Coffered Ceiling design ties in cozy den featuring green walls with red accents. There’s a large fireplace and a bench seating. Source: Zillow Digs
21. Coffered Ceiling Defines Formal Living Space
Large formal living space with a coffered ceiling features a stylish sofa set matching the gray rug covering the hardwood flooring.
22. Spacious dining room with diamond pattern coffered ceiling
This is Deandre Jordan’s incredible house (source Trulia.com) which includes a diamond-pattern coffered ceiling in the dining room which is a spacious room off the huge living room.