Ceilings are always the hardest to design because they need to complement the overall design, feature the relevant trendy light fixtures and individualize the spaces at the same time. As a result, many people try to go for conventional designs, not knowing that there’s a whole world of unexplored ideas out there. So further, let’s look at 5 trippy ceiling designs for your inspiration!
1. The one with the skylight
The ceiling/skylight combination is an old and beloved one. It allows you to have an ample amount of natural light while retaining physical boundaries from the outside without resorting to typical windows. The simple skylight ceiling in this image is a great example because it highlights how a simple design can be highlighted exponentially with the help of a stylish light fixture!
2. The one with the curves
Curvy and organic forms are rarely ever implemented in false ceiling designs. Most people stick with the typical boxy squares and trays not knowing that curves can highlight their home interiors in a much more interesting way. The wave-like crests in the false-ceiling featured in this image is an amazing example of how some smooth, simple curves can completely transform the ambiance of a space.
3. The one with the exposed pipes
Exposed pipes are a huge industrial style preset and using them in ceiling design as a dominant design feature is an awesome way to integrate design with functionality. The pipes can be used to hide the electrical wiring and create interesting patterns at the same time. You’ll definitely be able to get a trippy, customized look by implementing this particular ceiling design in your home interiors.
4. The one with sharp angles
Sharp and oblique angles are almost always avoided in any interior design element, but when your theme is unique, you can get a free pass for using them. The retro style ceiling accompaniment shown in this image is an excellent example of how you can combine colors and sharp angles to create an amazing and trippy overall effect!
5. The one with geometric pendants
Sometimes going for smart and simple is the best course of action, as proven by the gorgeous geometric pendant lights in this image. They’re clustered and feature complicated designs, but the simple, uninterrupted backdrop of white makes the whole design look that much more amazing on its own!