Instead of stopping at the top of your window frame, keep going to the ceiling. "Your eye will be immediately drawn to the highest point on the wall, which will make your ceilings seem taller," says designer
CHOOSE LOW-PROFILE FURNITURE
In other words, pieces that sit closer to the floor. "Low-profile furniture avoids making your room feel cramped and closed in. Which makes total sense, since it physically takes up less space and makes the distance between the top of your furniture and your ceiling greater.
PUT STRIPES ON YOUR WALLS
"Use paint or wallpaper to create a vertical stripe pattern on the walls," After all, the key to making ceilings seem higher is using design tricks that draw eyes upwards and this one literally points people's spectacles in the right direction.
STICK WITH RECESSED LIGHTING
"Even though a chandelier or drum shade fixture can add a luxurious touch to any room, they can also be the culprit and bring the ceiling height down,". That's why he recommends flush mount light fixtures or recessed lights.