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Ceiling Soffit Transition Help

post #1 of 4
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Ok...so hopefully this will  make sense.

 

I have a dedicated theater in a open concept basement...yes I know, not ideal...but to me, it has worked out pretty cool

 

Issue I have now is that I really wanted to paint the "undersides" of the soffits a dark color to contain light from the screen.  The room has 100% light control and can be perfectly black during a movie. 

 

However, as you can see the soffits from the theater transition to the bar area and that ceiling needs to be white...any idea how to make that transition look like I planned it, or am I just worried for nothing and if I leave all the under sides of the soffits white, no big deal.

 

Any ideas are welcome...and thanks in advance!

 

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post #2 of 4
I'd just paint the bottom and theater side of that soffit between the two areas black as well. Then do the other side and the bar area white.

I think that that would look fine.

Edit: After looking at your pictures again I see that you mean the back soffit that goes through both spaces. I agree with BIG, dress it up with some molding.
Edited by aaustin - 12/29/12 at 12:40pm
post #3 of 4
Nothing says I planned this more than a piece of some kind of molding as the dividing line.
post #4 of 4
Thread Starter 

Good news is you all agree with me, that having the bottom of those soffits white would take away from the theater room.

 

i will see what I can come up with molding wise...

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