High Ceilings: Examples of Pre-War Architecture

High Ceilings: Examples of Pre-War Architecture

Homeowners, back then and today, don't like feeling closed in. Typically, a ceiling will be 9 feet above the ground, and sometimes higher. In many ways this is a holdover from the Victorian houses, which tended to have ceilings as high as 12 feet from the floor.

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