Adding a false ceiling to an existing or new interior design plan invigorates the whole space.
Many different false ceiling designs have been around for years now, but they are becoming more attractive with innovative patterns, finishes, technology, and illusions.
Plaster Of Paris :
A Plaster of Paris false ceiling is a fitted ceiling that hangs below the original ceiling of a room. This ceiling is usually suspended by wooden or metal frames. It brings an illusion of a lower ceiling. You can sometimes display the original ceiling too making it a ‘dropped ceiling’.
General False Ceiling Materials:
Gypsum False Ceiling:
Plaster of Paris False Ceiling:
Wooden False Ceiling:
Types of False Ceiling Designs:
Single-layered False Ceiling:
They draw the eye upwards immediately. This type of ceiling is an amazing way to jazz up a room affordably. Homeowners could choose to leave a white ceiling. You could also choose from a variety of colors, shapes, textures, and lighting options.
Multi-layered False Ceiling:
They open up new avenues for adding innovative lighting. Layers offer you innovative ways to experiment with an already versatile medium to create a completely customized ceiling.
Plus-Minus POP False Ceiling:
Constructed out of POP, the plus-minus ceiling design is where elements are protruding out of a regular false ceiling. Be sure to factor in existing decor plans and the amount of space you have before getting into the task.
Coffered False Ceiling:
They create an illusion of higher ceilings. Coffers are boxy panels or sunken squares that are fixed into ceilings. This ceiling design creates the illusion of multiple dimensional touches within one room.
False Ceiling Shapes:
POP comes in different shapes including box ceiling, peripheral ceiling, geometric design, intricate lattice, wooden slats, and Inverted cove etc.