The ceiling can become an accent in the interior, correct an unsuccessful layout or, conversely can spoil it. We tell you what design options exist and what to consider when designing ceilings.

Choosing the material and shape for the ceilings in the living room

Plasterboard Ceiling classic. In some rooms, only this option is appropriate, since when it is implemented, the height of the room does not change

Tension structures Tension ceilings can be flat or concave, ordinary and two-level, multilayer, solid, or perforated. If the kitchen is combined with the living room, it can be visually highlighted with a different color, ledge, or built-in lights. 

Suspended and hemmed drywall

Hinged and hemmed structures are mainly suitable for large spaces, as they eat up 10-20 cm from the height of the room. The exception is a monolithic white, gray, or cream ceiling with a narrow border box around the perimeter. This design technique stretches the walls. Especially if you place a backlight in the box aimed at them.

Caissons These are rectangular or square recesses on the ceiling. Caissons are most often made of wood or polyurethane. Black niches look good with light walls and white or pastel ones with hidden lighting and voluminous chandeliers.

Beams Suitable for interiors in the style of Provence, shabby chic, chalet, ethnic and more. Crossbars are made of wood, polyurethane, drywall, and metal. With their help, you can adjust the layout.