False Ceiling Designs

In recent years, Ceiling tiles is used mostly. These helped the interior designers for office and home to add more designs and style to a room without spending a lot of money or do a lot of work. There are many types of false ceiling, and each one has its own importance, says one of the leading interior designers, Mr. Kalam from Highmoon Interior Decoration L.L.C. His views on false ceiling types for office and home are described here.

First one is metal ceiling, and the usage of metal ceiling is very rare, as they feels like separate layers. But many customer demands metal ceilings, according to their wish. These ceiling provide a vintage style, and they can be used as part of lighting scheme to help illuminate a room better. These products have less design options compared to plastic and other mediums; though they make a powerful statement nonetheless.

Decorative tiles, these types of tiles are mostly used in homes, and almost contain complex design on them. And these types of tiles have different forms, and so there is no single description for the products. But the installation process is same for all the decorative tiles.

Suspended cap tiles are the ‘false ceilings’ which are most common in office buildings. And has great advantage, by using this type, the wiring and other open piping can be routed through suite and simply roofed by the roof tiles. This makes a room much simpler and permits greater access to electric wiring and the like. As well, these products can be simple changed out and are very cheap. This means an office can well redecorate or restore a broken tile with little cost.

Acoustic tiles can be both decorative and suspended, but the difference is they have the added feature of moistening sound. These products will keep sound from hemorrhage into other nearby rooms and are a superb choice for tiling in suite that has stereo systems and televisions.

Plastic roof tiles are an option to the common wood or plaster tiles that most homeowners will find when out shopping. Plastic is cheap, strong, and won’t shape or decompose eventually. They are also very light compared to wood so they are much easier to work with. They will have a somewhat different look because of their substance; however there are a great many designs available.


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