Two rows of four skylights side by side. Cathedral ceiling: A typical skylight shaft in a cathedral ceiling has a very shallow depth and is flared at the bottom to create a vertical wall. The ceiling joists are wrapped with drywall. This option creates one large shaft and can dramatically alter the spaciousness and feel of a room.
Two skylights side by side. Truss Rafters Wrapped There is a choice to wrap the trusses individually or drywall the entire truss. These rafters were wrapped completely, from roof to ceiling. This in effect creates one large shaft, spreading the light more evenly throughout the room and adding to the feeling of openness.