The plasterboard ceiling in the kitchen is practical and stylish, but only if the design is chosen correctly. We tell you what to look for when choosing it.

How to plan the design of the ceiling for the kitchen: types of structures and criteria for their selection

According to the type of fastening, ceilings are hemmed and suspended. The first is attached to a metal frame, which is attached directly to the base plates. This design option is suitable for small, low rooms, as it underestimates the height least of all. At the same time, the installation looks neat, hides the wiring, and provides sound insulation. Light fixtures can be built into drywall.

The main criteria for choosing plasterboard

First, you need to assess the premises and their features. Consider a few things.

- In a small room, it is better to install the classic version – a solid white or pastel-colored canvas without patterns. One module is allowed.

- In a large and medium room – from 12 sq.m. you can already experiment: zone the space, and combine shapes and colors (including dark ones).

- If there is a hood with a hob and you need to hide the air duct, part of the hinged structure will have to be underestimated.

Suspended plasterboard ceiling for a large kitchen

Usually, complex suspensions are mounted in a large and high space. But, if you like the classic style or the height of the walls is less than 3 meters, a solid canvas is also suitable. There are a few tricks to help you get the most out of it.

Illumination  for suspended ceilings