No one really likes a boring home enclosed by blank walls, isn’t it?
I mean, there is nothing wrong with a few blank walls but some people don’t like this monotonous “white” feel hanging in every nook and cranny of their house.
So, the only way to add room appeal to your space is to consider a decorative ceiling.
#1. Wood Looks
Wood ceiling has, is and will always be a popular interior design finishing option due to its natural texture and charming style that can easily warm up any space.
No matter what type of material you’ll be using, a wood ceiling can produce a breath-taking finish to your ceiling and offer an unfathomable value to your architectural structure.
Here are some reasons why the wood ceiling is favoured:
- Most wood panels are very easy to install.
- Integrated with wood acoustic panels, wood ceilings can carry out the acoustic conditioning of a room.
- It can lower the amount of energy required to heat a space.
- Wood is a material that is easy to recycle.
- Available in hundreds of models and designs, wood ceilings can never go out of style.
And, whether you are looking for a sleek and modern or classic and rustic look, there’s a wood ceiling for everyone.
Here are some tips from some of our experts:
- If you are looking for a cozy yet stimulating and formal look for your bedroom, better go for darker and slimmer wood panels.
- Installing wood ceilings in the bathroom? It will be better to arrange the wood panels horizontally to make the small space feel wider.
- Looking for a more inviting, soothing look for your kids’ room? A light wood ceiling would be just perfect.
- Even decorating your ceiling with MDF (medium density fiberboard) planks can provide the look of real wood with finishes.
#2. French Empire Ornamental Ceiling
The French Empire style – the “noble style” – mostly dominated by Greco-Roman models, was known as predominantly propagandistic yet imposingly beautiful with an effect of grandeur.
This style of ceiling depicts the French Empire tastes and can even be incorporated into any contemporary setting. And, if you want to add this touch of elegance and sophistication to your space, only Ultima Max can help you.
#3. Coffered Ceilings
This very classic design element dates back to Ancient Rome. An era where they were created to decrease the weight and volume of stone ceilings. Eventually, this decorative element saw a surge in popularity during the 9th and 20th centuries.
Aesthetically speaking, coffered ceilings can add a dramatic sense of dimensionality and a touch of elegance to any space. In terms of style, they are quite flexible and can pair just well with the rest of the space.
Little tip: If you consider installing a coffered ceiling in a room, you need to make sure that your ceiling is at least nine feet high.
#4. Tray Ceilings
Wait, aren’t these types of ceilings outdated?
Also known as the recessed or inverted ceiling, the origins of tray ceilings date back to the French Renaissance, where it was often used in living rooms and large dining halls.
Despite being confused with coffered ceiling due to their strong resemblance, there is actually a sharp contrast between the two styles. While tray ceiling has only a single and large inverted area, a coffered ceiling has a pattern of recesses.
Today, many homeowners still prefer the vintage and classical look compared to the contemporary and sophisticated. To be honest, I don’t blame them. Classical homes do look stunningly great.
Now, you might want to incorporate the tray ceiling but with a touch of modern style. You can pull off this deco-ish feel, but remember if you force this traditional decorative element in a contemporary home, things can quickly go south.
#5. Geometric Ceiling
That’s the type of ceiling that’s ruling the market nowadays.
With modern homes becoming more and more minimal, geometric ceilings are clean designs that can also showcase some drama, with a hint of sophistication.
Ready to transform the look of your room with a bright decorative ceiling? Contact Ultima Max!