Decorating a room with Slanted ceilings?

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  1. Nev

    Nev OT Supporter

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    I recently moved into a new house with a couple roommates and my room is on the 3rd floor (finished attic, basically). I have 2 rooms, so I have one set up as my personal living room/computer space, and one with just a bed, dresser, etc.

    My walls are way too plain though since the walls are slanted. Anyone have ideas for walls like this?
     
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    How slanted are we talking? Think you could take a few pictures?

    Also, are you allowed to paint/apply wallpaper/install anything?
     
  3. Nev

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    I need to ask about the painting. Will get pics later
     
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    Giant mural
     
  5. iFALLdownHILLS

    iFALLdownHILLS no more hills for me

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    i also have slanted walls starting at about 4 feet. The only thing i can think of is posters that you can hang on the slants, but thats not that great of a suggestion.
     
  6. philvia

    philvia SUCKIN ON MY TITTIES LIKE YOU WANTIN ME CALLIN ME

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    do some cool wallpaper or paint, posters are a phat no
     
  7. philvia

    philvia SUCKIN ON MY TITTIES LIKE YOU WANTIN ME CALLIN ME

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    fuck tha wallpaper and paint, put a tin ceiling up
     

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