Floor to Wall – A Study of False Ceilings

Floor to Wall – A Study of False Ceilings

The home décor of today is way more evolved than it used to be in the last millennia. The advent in technology has made sure that the design industry can not only achieve its aesthetics, but also that functional pragmatism that is the very essence of design. From floor to ceiling, each and every inch of each and every space is now properly designed and designated, not an inch is laid to waste, and that includes the specifics of the ceiling design. The false ceiling trend is not a new one – just like the rest of the evolution of interior design techniques, the advent and innovation in the construction field has given us more flexibility to play around with more options. Ceiling design now includes innovative lighting techniques, and patterned designs that can stop or move the eye at will. You can go where your imagination takes you, given that you respect the context of your surroundings and limitation of the space. Today, we will be looking at a few ceiling designs that might inspire you to redo your own.

Shiny and Delicate

Understated theatrics are one of the key elements of any properly designed interior space, and this one manages to be an overachiever in that aspect. With a neatly trimmed organic come contemporary aura, this interior takes ceiling design to the next level by using delicate lighting fixtures and integrating it well with other muted design elements that balance out the form and stature of the rest of this ceiling.

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Interior DesignHome Renovation Image Source: Luxespace Interior

Hanging

A hybrid industrial and contemporary style, this ceiling design takes the herm ‘hanging’ to a whole new level. Though the idea is simple, the execution is definitely well done in every respect – neat with an underlying organized chaos in between.

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Homely Studio

Though most of the interior scheme in this one is definitely a combination of rustic and country, the ceiling design manages to remain distinctly industrial. The sidelined peripheral row of spot lighting creates a retail like lighting effect that is uniquely idiosyncratic for a homely setting – an interesting idea for a unique ambiance.

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Interior DesignHome Renovation Image Source: Fuse Concept

Modern Classic

Chandeliers are a timeless classic, and over the course of a century, so has become the simple elegance of modernism. This ceiling design takes the best of both worlds and creates a hybrid dichotomy from the classic chandelier style that we all know and love.

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Interior DesignHome Renovation Image Source: Free Space Intent

Typical Transitional

A typical transitional style ceiling layout, this one follows all the conventions of modern day suburbia to fit the atypical design layout. Its simplicity is what makes it a public favorite, and its elementary lighting layout guarantees an equidistant amount of lighting value throughout the nooks of your space.

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Interior DesignHome Renovation Image Source: Unity Interior Design Pte Ltd

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