The ceiling in the house may look very diverse and even original, but besides its own preferences and features of the surrounding items, it is necessary to consider when it is design and the specificity of the style. There are quite a lot of different directions, and only clearly imagine how one or another should look like to avoid mistakes when repairing.
The design in the style of Provence implies the imitation of a traditional rural house on the Mediterranean coast of France. Characteristic features of this approach turns out to be a flexible combination of grace and external simplicity, complete disposal of pompousness and pomp. There are several ways to embody the olive atmosphere in the ceiling of the usual Russian home.
Most often used white color and create stressed coarse beams of wood.
Diversify this traditional approach can be due to the “descent” of wood on the wall With the formation of a kindly, thoroughly thought-out pattern. It is recommended to smooth out the texture of wooden beams throughout the decor – curtains made of lightweight fabrics, classic upholstered furniture. The use of translucent inserts with internal illumination looks very good, but the radical color experiments better leave professional designers.
If you equip the drywall beams with hidden illumination, it will also become a good solution. But it is important to consider that even large rooms with low walls can look worse if the bulk elements are disproportionately large. In the olive interior it will be appropriate to be perceived even a multi-level ceiling.
Carefully consider the lighting and direction of light rays to finally improve the overall appearance of the room.
This type of ceilings appeared at the end of the last century. He emphasizes high technology priority as much as possible.
Characteristic features of this option are:
- creation of maximum space;
- The use of only the most modern materials;
- Using cold colors (warm shades are extremely rare).
The Baroque format differs primarily in high height (in low rooms it cannot be applied). The ceiling space is maximally equipped with arches and arches. A very good step is to use stucco and framing chandeliers and intersections with walls of embossed edging. The most advanced and exquisite options involve painting frescoes or image application using photo printing method. It is desirable that the plots fit the Renaissance era.
As in the case of Provence, the creators of the style were inspired by nature and sought to form a more natural setting. Even if you are resorting to synthetic materials, it should not be externally noticeable. Be sure to be used in untreated wood, and only if it is impossible to make it applied processed structures. They must maintain the pristine texture, since its loss is categorically unacceptable.
Country atmosphere requires the use of natural pastel colors, but in no case are not saturated and bright tonalities.
A darkened tree will fit very well (thick bar or even a log).
In urban housing, polyurethane and polystyrene foam beams will help reproduce the same effect. The gaps between them are worth sewing with wooden clapboard, you can create a Ceiling based on MDF, which reproduces wood texture. It is unacceptable to use PVC panels, because the “wooden” pattern on glossy vinyl will absolutely not fit the concept.
Scandinavian style ceiling repeats the overall features of this designer direction – abundance of space and light, the predominance of absolute tones and natural materials. The concept is ideally revealed when using a tree, and even a relatively high price can hardly be considered a disadvantage. Combining rough ceiling construction (supplemented beams) with light color walls in one interior can create elegant contrast.
But it is necessary to take into account that overlaps in apartments do not always withstand the generating load, and only in private homes this solution is appropriate.
The combination of key tones – white, beige and brown will be perceived in the bedrooms. A skilled designer approach allows not to be afraid of any problems, including excessive color monotony. For the attic it is recommended to use laminate, which nicely imitates the type of natural wood, while it is significantly cheaper and easier for natural analogues.
Japanese-style canon is sophistication and mystery, But at the same time it is impossible to make the situation overly fade. The key shape associated with an exotic country is squares and rectangles; You can always create this kind of design on your ceiling, implementing the most bold ideas.
You can not mix square and rectangle in one interior, either one option is used or another. The exact choice depends on how large the area is the area, and what is his own geometry.
As in all traditional approaches, only natural materials are preferably used when creating a Japanese ceiling (exceptions are made for plastics and synthetic fibers, in appearance resembling oriental design).
The ceiling in the style of minimalism should be strict and concise, so it is categorically unacceptable for unnecessary accessories. It is very important to experiment with the brightness of the light stream and divide it into several parts. At the same time, in the ideal design of the lamps themselves, it should not be seen at all, as a last resort, you need to take the simplest and elegant light sources.
Ceiling structures in modern design are characterized by strict functionality, external quality and maximum camouflage visual defects. The number of design options is very large, especially remarkable chic highlighted stained glass windows mounted on the ceiling unit of the bizarre configuration. When this decision does not like, you can try the option with the “star sky above your head”, which must necessarily be very dark.
Bold designers are sometimes solved on extraordinary experiments, such as the creation of multi-level structures in the form of horizontal panels or applying to the imitation ceiling of the atlas of the world.
Stylistics “Chalet” is focused on the active use of wood. As the shepherds in the past times categorically avoided the staining of the ceiling, from year to year, he became only darker. Modern people who want to create the most stylish atmosphere and accurately reproduce the canons of “chalets”, should initially acquire the material of more saturated shades. Replacing beams can serve as plastic lamellas or patinated MDF formed in the form of squares, rhombuses or rectangles.
Modern style is absolutely opposite to the previous option: Here you need to be ready for quite essential material costs. The ceiling is necessarily equipped with a spectacular lamp – a chandelier with crystal elements. As additional elements of the decor, it is possible to use plaster stucco, using both symmetrical and asymmetric motifs and lines.
The ceilings in the English key are no less color than the modernist. Wooden “caisson” solutions completely reproduce the atmosphere of the old British dwelling of the heyday of the Empire. There is another way: using beams, gaps between which are covered with white paint. Finally, English style is also a plaster stucco on monophonic ceilings, such a version is no less authentic than two previous variations.
Regardless of the selected option, the upper part of the room must be harmoniously combined with the floor and walls.
In conclusion, consider ecosil with simple, light and most air format. You can apply not only racks or beams, but also a photo printing solution that allows you to demonstrate an arbitrarily selected image. It is worth using a minor in size and concise on the plot drawing, and not try to create the most large composition.
It is unacceptable to use multi-level structures that will look too unnatural in such a composition.
Even more interesting options for placing the ceiling in the following video.