Ceiling Interior design ideas Gurgaon Noida Delhi NCR

Ceiling Interior design ideas Gurgaon | Noida | Delhi NCR

When planning an interior, we usually think of the color and decoration of walls and floors, and the design and arrangement of furniture. Of course, these elements are the core that occupies the largest part of the interior, but aren’t they missing another important thing?

The element that greatly influences the feeling of a space as much as the color can be said to be the ceiling. Interior beginners often make the mistake of overlooking the importance of the ceiling. However, the height of the roof and ceiling is a factor that directly determines the size of a space, and lighting plays an important role in giving life to the entire space, so it must be carefully considered.

Today’s article introduces examples of ceiling interiors with various finishes and designs to help you understand how the ceiling affects the space. So, let’s start studying for the perfect ceiling from now on.

The height of the ceiling directly affects the size of the space. The higher the ceiling, the greater the view and the larger the space. For this reason, when building a new house or remodeling a house, the average height of the ceiling is 2.3M, and the floor is lowered to create a larger sense of space. However, Korean housing culture is usually formed based on apartments or multi-family houses.

Such a residential environment has the disadvantage of uniformly limiting the height of the ceiling, but in the case of an old apartment or house, the height is much lower than the average height, which makes it feel cramped and narrow. Studies have shown that low ceilings interfere with brain activity because they feel psychologically repressed and crushed. In particular, low ceilings should be avoided even more in a house with young children at an age of active brain development.

However, if you are unable to extend the ceiling due to unforeseen circumstances, refer to the following tips. To compensate for the shortcomings of a space with a low ceiling, it is recommended to select low furniture and a dark floor color to keep the center of gravity down. For example, it is recommended to use a low mat with a sitting table or bed frame removed to further increase the efficiency of the space.

A courtyard was created that naturally connects the living room on the first floor and the rest area on the second floor by drilling a hole in the ceiling. . The T-shaped beams and ceiling of the courtyard are finished with wood to create a warmer atmosphere. Let’s take a look at the good ceiling interior that helps families communicate while expanding the space.

If you want a warm home that resembles nature, try finishing the ceiling using wood materials. The unique atmosphere of the wood adds a warm and cozy feeling to the space as a whole. Similarly, the use of wood in interiors and architecture has the advantage of adding an Eco-friendly element. In particular, since it is difficult to manage due to the nature of the ceiling, if you use wood materials that are effective in sterilization and insect repellent, it becomes a good interior that considers the health of your family. 

Usually, the ceiling finished with wood is coated with a natural oil such as walnut oil to supplement the waterproofing function.

Recently, exposed ceilings with a rough yet vintage charm are gaining a lot of love. The exposed ceiling is an interior with a different feel, revealing the frame hidden behind the finishing materials such as cement and piping. Using an exposed ceiling like this gives the impression of a space used by remodeling an abandoned building or factory, thus stimulating a modern yet youthful sensibility.

However, the construction cost of the exposed ceiling is quite high compared to the ceiling using other finishing materials, and due to the characteristics of omitting the finishing material, it is vulnerable to sound insulation or heat insulation, so it is suitable for commercial spaces such as cafes and pubs rather than residential spaces.

The cafe in the photo has an industrial-style interior with the ceiling frame exposed as it is. Rough cement, black steel frame, electric wires and ropes, and raw and simple lighting create a special personality by sensibly blending in throughout the space.

Let’s add dynamism to the space with a ceiling that utilizes various slopes rather than a simple flat ceiling. The slope of the ceiling is usually formed by following the frame of the house, but it can be produced in various colors according to the intention of the architect. For example, if you use a ceiling with a slope that rises from the entrance to the inside, it creates a feeling of space that gets wider and has the effect of drawing in more light.

The kitchen in the photo is an interior where the slope of the ceiling is shaped like a roof and the warm sunlight pours through the skylight. The sink and wall finishes using wood materials create a warm and cozy atmosphere like a small house in nature. The entrance to the kitchen, which seems to have copied the shape of the roof, is a small point that adds a cute element to the house.

The color of the ceiling should not be neglected as it is an element that determines the atmosphere of a space as much as the walls and floor. Unless you want to create a special feeling, it is usually recommended to choose bright and light colors for the ceiling of a typical house. Because the ceiling is where the lighting that illuminates the entire space is installed, it is difficult to create a dark ceiling that absorbs light.

Similarly, if you use a dark color on the upper surface of the space, you can feel the weight and make the ceiling look much lower than it actually is. For this reason, when choosing the color of the ceiling, consider the harmony with the wall and choose a lighter and brighter color. Contrary to a light ceiling, choosing a dark color for the floor creates an optical illusion that the distance between the ceiling and the floor is farther away, so it is better to use it well.

If there is a space located on the top floor of a building, such as a detached house, an attic, or a rooftop room, there is an advantage of using a skylight. Skylight literally refers to a window that is installed on the ceiling. Since the light effect is three times greater than that of a wall window of the same size, it is very helpful in creating an interior effect using warm sunlight while increasing energy efficiency.

The skylight has excellent decorative effect not only inside the space but also outside the building, and it is also effective to create an exotic feeling as it is often used in Europe and the Americas. However, keep in mind that it is difficult to open and close, and it cannot be cleaned frequently due to its location, so it is difficult to manage, and it has disadvantages in ventilation and insulation.

Lighting is a key element that puts the finishing touches on the interior of the ceiling, and it is necessary to pay more attention to it as it serves to add color and vitality to the entire space. When choosing lighting, you need to carefully consider not only the size and design of the lighting, but also the luminance, color, location, and technique to create the desired impression in the space.

When choosing lighting, it is necessary first to properly understand the nature and use of the space. For example, in a living room where the size of the space is large and families and guests stay for a long time, the lighting must be adjusted by using various types of large ceiling lights or complex indirect lighting. In the bathroom, it is not bad to choose a cool color to emphasize the clean atmosphere.

As such, using appropriate lighting according to the purpose and function of a space is a way to capture both practicality and atmosphere, and is essential to enhance the perfection of elaborately decorated ceilings and interiors.

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