False ceiling designs are architectural elements that blend aesthetics and functionality. Just as any building structure is incomplete without roofing, a ceiling is incomplete without an aesthetic element to accentuate it. Even simple false ceilings can provide that eye-catching quality to your home decor.
False ceilings have indeed been a common, if not staple, part of interior design for a while now. But in recent times, this ‘fifth wall’ is being considered one of the most vital design components. Newer architectural and technological advancements are bringing in a range of patterns, finishes, and techniques in false ceiling designs for halls, bedrooms, kitchens, and so on.
POP (Plaster of Paris) and gypsum boards are usually the materials used for creating false ceiling designs as these are malleable and can create innovative forms.
So, how do you go about choosing a simple yet chic false ceiling for your living room? Read on.
A simple neat tray design is an elegant, simple false ceiling design for living rooms, halls, and various other spaces. The edges of this design are lower than the rest, which allows the other interior backdrops to be at the forefront of the design. Warm, recessed lights add an extra dimension.
Layered tray ceilings improve upon the neat tray design. These are perfect false ceiling designs for halls. The multiple trays or levels create a three-dimensional ripple effect without any extra embellishments.
You can use rope lights or recessed lights along with a central chandelier to exude elegance and luxury.
Recessed simple false ceiling designs have coved edges. These offer a minimalist take on the fifth wall while ensuring a sense of elegance and luxury. These have simplistic elements that create abstract forms. But when merged with a creative lighting layout, these designs can transform your entire space.
You can also use pendant lights that hang from the center, along with a mix of recessed ceiling lights for visual clarity. This design is eye-catching yet has an uncomplicated finesse to it.
Here, you can use various shapes such as circles, triangles, or even hollow forms. This type of simple false ceiling design in bedrooms, living rooms, and children’s rooms can create a fun, quirky environment around your home.
A suspended island can be a great addition against the backdrop of a tray or recessed ceiling. You can use cove lighting with LED rope lights along with a central, minimalist chandelier. This makes the fifth wall design more eclectic.
Use minimalist color shades to create a subtle hue without overpowering any element.
You can call this an extended benefit of the thermal insulation that we already promised you. Our Gyproc products are made with lightweight materials and stay suspended below your natural and real ceiling. These Gypsum Board False Ceilings are good at trapping the heat between the real and fake layers. So, you are reducing the bill of air conditioning, and the same is true for the heaters in the cold months.