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When your basement ceiling is low, your room can quickly feel cramped. To overcome a basement's design limitations, it’s key to add a decorative element that bounces light and introduces a new texture without adding bulk. In this space, corrugated metal—a fixture of temporary builds, but rarely a home decorating staple—becomes the star in a sea of sharp-lined cuts of wood. The result is to make the basement ceiling a focal point instead of an afterthought, and create an artistic ambiance that doesn't suffer for lack of square footage.
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