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We’re always focused on perfecting the details around our home—from the art on the walls to the furniture placed in a room. But, to find the most interesting space in a home which can display unique designs, look up!
If you’re searching for a simple ceiling design for the guest room or wondering what are the latest guest room false ceiling design is, here’s a handy guest room ceiling design guide with ideas that can work in any space and every budget.
A conventional guest room ceiling design is one that you’ll probably find in a majority of homes. They are plain and flat without any moulding or embellishments, and made from common construction materials such as cement or plaster of Paris. Usually, a conventional ceiling is at the highest height in the room since a false or suspended ceiling hasn’t been built under it. While a room’s walls can be in any colour or print of wallpaper, a ceiling is often painted in a neutral light colour such as white or cream.
We love how the stepped mouldings that line the perimeter of this simple guest room ceiling design add a rich touch to the minimalist ceiling and walls.
If you’re trying to find the right hue for the ceiling design for the guest room, but aren’t sure what it will look like in your home, first order a colour catalogue from Asian Paints to physically view a range of shade cards around the light in a space. Sometimes, you could pick a striking shade for the POP design for the guest room, but not find a similarly unique or complementing colour for the walls. If a shade of paint doesn’t do the trick, consider creating a panel on a wall with wallpaper. For a different aesthetic, you can play around with textures, prints and patterns with a range of Nilaya wall coverings by Asian Paints—our go-to most-trusted brand.
You could even bring in a designer twist with wallpapers by fashion designer Sabyasachi or home décor label Good Earth, or choose the Wallpaper of the year, Lotus and Stilts.
A false ceiling design (also known as a dropped or suspended ceiling) is one that hangs below the existing ceiling in a home. Commonly found in commercial spaces such as offices, hotels and malls, today, a false ceiling can be built in any room of the house—even as part of the guest room ceiling design. Designed for concealing, a false ceiling design for the guest room is a neat solution for housing all the electric work that supports a home’s fixtures and fittings. The benefits of building this allows homeowners to conceal the untidy bits of fixtures and fittings such as air-conditioning ducts, electric wires, tanks and pipes required for plumbing. The best guest room POP design plus minus reveals only the comforts of modern technology in a room.
In this best pop design for the guest room, the false ceiling allows for a row of recessed lights to neatly line up exactly above the bed.
A plus minus POP design is one that you’ll probably find in a majority of homes. They are plain and flat without any mouldings or embellishments, and made from common construction materials such as cement or plaster of Paris. Usually, a conventional simple POP design for guest room is at the highest height in the room since a false or suspended ceiling hasn’t been built under it. While a room’s walls can be in any colour or print of wallpaper, a ceiling is often painted in a neutral light colour such as white or cream.
To make a guest room design feel more open, uniform and contemporary, paint an entire space in one colour—from the walls and mouldings to the ceiling. As a rule of thumb, white or any light pastel shade works wonders in opening up a small room. If your guest room seems a bit cramped, you could consider a clean-lined all white style. Without any design distractions or jarring colours, this will create a space that’s visibly bright and airy.
Once you’ve designed the best POP design for the guest room, you’ll need the right décor pieces to tie the entire space together. For unique, well-designed pieces and furnishings to pair with modern guest bedroom ceiling designs for the drawing room, step into an AP Homes store in your city. With a curation of products and solutions from a family of brands, AP Homes is your one-stop shop to create a home or space that tells your unique story. Whether you’re looking to quickly spruce up a room with a few décor updates or undertake an entire renovation, AP Homes houses everything from furniture and furnishings to fixtures and home automation solutions.
There are multiple ways to design and build the perfect false ceiling design for a guest room, with plenty of inspiration and ideas available online. But how does one choose the right one for their home? If you’re not sure where to begin, try a consultation with the Beautiful Homes Service by Asian Paints. With a panel of expert designers and a dedicated project manager always close at hand each step of the way, you can look forward to a fuss-free solution for finding the best designs for every room in the house.
Built around the shape the roof of a home naturally lends to a room, a coved or cathedral ceiling adds a unique design to a room. While famous coved ceilings in the world include the ones housed within the domes of the Taj Mahal, Agra, the Vatican, and St Paul’s Cathedral, London, you’ll typically find coved-roofs in buildings such as mosques, amphitheatres and modern domed buildings such as the United States Capitol in Washington D.C. A cathedral or vaulted roof, in contrast, is known for its inverted V-shape which follows the inner slopes of a typical A-frame roof. While they can be built with a variety of materials, the most common and aesthetic option is lining it with linear planks of wood.
While these roofs add a different shape to the guest room pop design, to create a sense of balance, hang a pendant light or fan in the middle of the ceiling (at its highest point).
Visually displaying multiple levels, a tray ceiling starts from one height (usually the height of the original ceiling) and tapers down with added levels as it meets the wall. Also known as a panned or stepped ceiling, this design resembles an inverted tray with side steps or even mouldings that create a three-dimensional effect in the room. They also create the illusion of making a room seem visibly taller. Typically comprising two to three levels or steps, a tray ceiling can be built to enhance any hallway interior that has a minimum ceiling height of eight feet.
While minimalists can opt for something simple and clean-lined like this tray ceiling in the guest room design, a more intricate and ornate design with mouldings around the edges can also be created to bring in more opulence in a maximalist home! We love the option for multiple-levelled lights this ceiling design allows in a room.
Natural solid wood always adds an element of richness and tasteful style in any home interior design. If your home is designed with interesting wooden furniture, you could echo this within the guest room false ceiling design. While wooden panelling on the walls may make the space feel a bit cramped, adding linear wood panels on the ceiling will bring in a unique charm.
If the furniture or doors in a room are in a particular stain of wood, use the same shade for the ceiling, as well, to create uniformity.
If you’re lucky enough to have a vaulted ceiling with exposed wooden beams, showcasing them in the guest room ceiling design will make your home look unique and eye-catching. Designed to draw the eye up to the ceiling to make a space feel larger, exposed rafters can also be made from materials such as steel or iron. When styling a simple POP design, pair other elements in the room with the material used on these beams.
In this open and airy guest room design, we see the rest of the interiors echo the light and breezy aesthetic of the space. A lack of clutter and only furnishing the room with the essentials helps achieve this.
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