The ceiling is not only an indispensable finishing touch to a room, but also a place for interesting decorative accents. The so-called fifth wall can catch the eye with a distinctive color, a beautiful arrangement of coffers or intricate stucco. Suspended ceilings are a natural scaffolding for discreet led lights, and also allow you to shape the proportions and acoustics of the room. If you want to hide visible installations, opt for stretched ceiling - a modern solution with a spectacular effect and many possibilities.

Stretched ceiling - beautiful and modern interior finish


Stretched ceilings are an innovative option for shaping a space, increasingly used in interiors. A stretch ceiling is formed from a semi-transparent membrane, stretched over special profiles. The result is a stretched surface that can be given any color, texture and pattern. Thus, the stretched ceiling can deceptively resemble a plastered wall, become an illuminated mirror or a three-dimensional decoration. It is a practical solution for both residential and office spaces. Stretch membranes eliminate room reverberation, are anti-static, as well as resistant to moisture and harmful microorganisms.

Practical suspended ceilings


A classic suspended ceiling is a structure consisting of drywall or other materials mounted on a metal frame. It creates an additional layer that hides all the imperfections of the raw ceiling, as well as pipes and plumbing components. In suspended ceilings, acoustic panels are often used to further soundproof the room. It is also a great place to install various types of lighting: these can be hidden LED strips or a decorative chandelier. The suspended ceiling can also take the form of striking 3D structures that add depth to the room. 

Classical and modern decorative ceilings


To make the ceiling an interesting element of the interior, it is often enough to skillfully use natural structural elements. Wooden beams will be an excellent decoration of rooms decorated in a rustic style. In lofts and modern interiors, concrete ceilings look great. To achieve this effect, it is enough to leave the ceiling raw, but you can also use mineral plaster. Decorative ceilings with elements of coffers, cornices or stucco require a little more effort, but allow you to achieve the effect of a perfectly finished interior. Decorative ceilings can also be a distinctive color that will catch the eye and emphasize the character of the room. 

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