One of the most visited pages on my blog is my post covering the installation of a painted coffered ceiling in my living room. I have received several comments and emails asking questions about the installation: “I would love to do that in my dining room” and “my room is small, how do I compensate for the size?”
I thought it would be a good idea to spend extra time on this project, so I have developed a woodworking plan titled: How to Add a Coffered Ceiling to Your Home, which goes into great detail about the process of constructing such a ceiling. This publication is 27 pages in length and has more than 60 photos and illustrations covering every aspect of this project:
- Tools necessary for the project
- Design considerations
- How to layout the beams
- Step-by-step directions for fabricating the parts
- Installation tips
- Altering the plan to fit the design of your home
This full color file is available FREE OF CHARGE. This project is not that hard to complete and should be well within the skill level of the moderate woodworker. It will definitely add a highly customized look to your home. I received this comment:
Jeff, Thank you for taking the time to put this all together. Outstanding work all around and I would have gladly paid the full price just for the molding profile pics on page 17.
Download now! Get started on your coffered ceiling project today. Add a distinctive look and more value to your home. This project is not that hard to complete and should be well within the skill level of the mid-level woodworker. It will definitely add a highly customized look to your home.
The link above begins an instant download from WordPress. If you have any questions about the construction process, send me a message by using the form on my About/Contact page.