False ceilings are architectural elements that combine aesthetics with functionality. A ceiling without an accent element will not add value, just like a building without roofing. Even simple false ceilings can add that unique touch to your home decor.
False ceilings have been a staple of interior design for quite some time. This ‘fifth’ wall is now considered one of the most important design elements. Modern architectural and technological advances are making it possible to create various false ceiling designs in halls, bedrooms, and kitchens.
POP (Plaster Of Paris) and Gypsum Boards are the most common materials used to create false ceiling designs. These are malleable and can be made into innovative forms.
How do you choose a chic yet simple false ceiling for your living space? Continue reading.
Neat Tray False Ceiling Designs
The simple, neat tray design is a simple, elegant false ceiling design that can be used in living rooms, hallways, and other spaces. This design has a lower edge than the rest. This allows for interior backdrops to be in the centre of the design. Recessed lights give the space an additional dimension.
Layered Tray Ceiling Designs
Layered tray ceilings enhance the neat tray ceiling design. These are ideal false ceiling designs to use in halls. Without additional embellishments, the multiple trays or levels create an illusion of three-dimensional ripples.
To exude elegance or luxury, you can use recessed or rope lights in conjunction with a central light source.
Recessed Simple False Ceiling Designs
Coved edges are found on simple, recessed false ceiling designs. These are minimalist approaches to the fifth wall but still retain elegance and luxury. These designs have simple elements that create abstract shapes. These designs can transform any space when combined with creative lighting arrangements.
Pendant lights can be used to hang from the middle, as well as a mixture of recessed ceiling lights. This will provide visual clarity. This design is striking yet simple.
You can use different shapes like triangles or circles here and hollow forms. This simple false ceiling design can be used in bedrooms, living areas, and children’s bedrooms to create a quirky atmosphere.
Ceilings with suspended false ceilings
A suspended island can look great against a tray or recessed roof. Cove lighting can be combined with LED rope lights and a minimalist central chandelier. This makes the fifth wall designs more unique.
To create a subtle hue, use minimalist colours without overwhelming any element.
Anchor False Ceiling Designs
This is an extension of the thermal insulation we promised you. Gyproc products are lightweight and can be suspended from your real and natural ceiling. The Gypsum Board False ceilings trap heat between the fake and real layers. This will reduce the cost of your air conditioner and the heating costs for the colder months.