Apartments with High Ceilings in Orlando

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Apartments with High Ceilings in Orlando

High Ceilings

Space is typically an issue for any renter looking for a new place to live. Choosing to search for apartments in Orlando with high ceilings is a sure way to alleviate this problem! High ceilings are usually 9 feet and above in the apartment world. Many of the newer communities build high ceilings as a standard amenity, especially luxury apartments. So whether you're ducking through regular-sized door jams or simply feeling a bit claustrophobic, high ceilings will almost always offer a great solution to any space that would otherwise feel small.

Benefits of High Ceilings in Apartments

The most obvious benefit of renting an Orlando apartment with high ceilings is space, space and more space!  This is especially helpful for anyone that may be on the taller side; so if you're an NBA hopeful looking for a new pad, then high ceilings may be on the top of your checklist! There are certain types of art and decorations that simply look much better in Orlando apartments with ceilings 9 feet and above. If you're an aspiring interior decorator (or if you just like to act as one in the comforts of your own home,) you may opt for high ceilings for your own creative outlet and sanity. Even the smallest apartment with a minimal amount of square feet can look larger than it really is with high ceilings. You can find high ceilings in studios all the way to 4+ bedrooms. These types of dwellings also seem to offer more architectural detail. You can find more unique panels, lighting and structural enhancements in apartments with high ceilings over ones with lower ceilings. One of the most sought after types of apartments is often a loft. This is basically a unit with a very high ceiling, which offers extra living, sleeping, storage or entertainment space.

While the apparent benefit of Orlando apartments with high ceilings seems to be space, studies have actually shown that there is a psychological benefit too. Research has shown that high ceilings are tied to a sense of freedom. Studies have shown that a tall room may trigger spatial exploration tendencies. So does this mean people who rent apartments in Orlando with high ceilings feel more free and…happy? While that may not be a documented fact, it seems fair to believe that a dwelling with an open, soaring layout would give a better sense of freedom and space than one without.

Another benefit which may seem more like a disadvantage in cooler areas of the country actually works to the advantage of apartments in Orlando with high ceilings. We all learned in our elementary science class that heat rises. That being said, if you choose to live in a high-ceilinged apartment in Florida, this scientific fact works in your favor during the hot summer months if you stay closer to the ground. The only disadvantage is that high ceilings often take longer and cost a little more to heat during the winter. A small price to pay since our Orlando winters are not as brutal as our friends up north. 

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