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I need advice on how to create a cathedral ceiling for a great room that has one exterior wall and three interior walls. The external wall that faces the back patio I want the patio roof to be a gable roof with no flat ceiling. I want a cathedral ceiling in the great room, but I want the cathedral structure to run 90 degrees perpendicular to the patio cathedral ceiling. I have have searched the chief talk forum and looked for Youtube videos for solutions, but can't find anything which helps me. I'm attaching a basic floor plan which illustrates what I see when in the great room with a camera view.
Great room cathedral ceiling CA question.plan
I'm getting beat-up by Chief pretty good this weekend. I've been fighting with these parapet gables since Friday, figured I would get it sorted over the weekend but I'm having lots of trouble and figure it's time to ask for help
I got the rough form down, but trying to iron it all out is killing me. Whenever I make an adjustment or move a wall, other unrelated walls move and change shape.
I'm also not sure how to get the lower floor walls to do what I want, which is to have a 2" brick return (photoshopped image attached).
I've attached the plan, and would greatly appreciate any advice here. I'm willing to change tactics if anyone has a better way of making these.
The process I followed to create the parapets was 1) move roof up in Z 2) change attic walls to regular walls and modify an edge to get it to retain changes 3) move roof back down 4) drag roof planes back and snap to the inside edges of walls.
I am working on a living room/kitchen where I have added a cathedral ceiling and exposed beams. I wanted to make the walls higher since the beams can't go above the wall height. After I adjusted my walls to 12' the molding stayed at the default wall height. How can I move the molding to match the new wall height?
Having some with my two storey roof, which is based on a cape cod roof.
I have posted pics of the process, the issue I get is the 2nd storey flooring appears through the roof (last pic). I'm scratching my head on this one.