Is 8 feet and 6 inches a good ceiling height for a bedroom?
- anonymousLv 49 months ago
- Anonymous9 months ago
6" over height. When everything is designed for an 8 foot ceiling...meaning the drywall board, the plywood sheets , studs,
As it is, it is a 96" stud put on top of a 1 1/2" 2x4 floor plate and on top is another1 1/2"plate That adds up to 99" Subtract the drywall ceiling1/2" and maybe the floor covering 1/2" so it is 98" Subtract 1/2" popcorn ceiling is 97 1/2" and the wall drywall is lifted off the floor a half inch So the height is now 97". (Somewhere I lost an inch) because I am still 1" too high.??? Maybe the carpet is thicker ? as it usually has a 1/2" underlay and then 3/4" carpet. Then the wood shrinks as it dries . It is close to that number of 96". The baseboard hides the floor gap of the drywall. Maybe forgot some "String theory calculations"
- 9 months ago
No, it must be infinity to the power of infinity feet.
- 10 months ago
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- 10 months ago
Yes it should be enought & spacious
- SathiLv 710 months ago
My bedroom ceiling is 8’ high. It’s fine.
- WOOWHOLv 710 months ago
I supect if a person or their furniture is under 8 foot 6 inches tall
- JackolanternLv 710 months ago
Just more space to be cooled and heated compared to an 8 foot ceiling.
- Anonymous10 months ago
well its better than a 6 foot ceiling
- zenoLv 710 months ago
Frank Lloyd wright had very low ceilings in
His Usonian homes. He tried to keep the
Cost low so average working people could
Afford them. They were about 8 ft in the
Living room and I think about 7 ft in the
Bed rooms. So you could go a little smaller
If you like. If your state building codes allow