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I cannot get this shelf ceiling to behave. I have tried everything I can think of. The bathroom itself is vaulted. There is a water closet that also has a shelf ceiling but that one is perfect. I tried to match every parameter of that room to this one but nothing works. I have two ceilings to make things worse!!! ALso that horizontal band between the lower and upper walls just appeared as well!!! HELP ME PLEASE!!! Thanks.

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You must have forgotten to post the plan.

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1 hour ago, glennw said:

You must have forgotten to post the plan.

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I assume that you are trying to create a standard flat ceiling in the bathroom versus the vault. If framing is not an issue then consider just using a 1/2" thick polysolid shaped to match the wall layout and suspend it to the desired height.

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