Wooden Style Diy Coffered Ceiling

Nov 1st

Diy Coffered Ceiling – It is not very common to see the wood panels on the ceilings anymore. It is also not common to see plaster decorative ceilings. And it is certainly not common to see them used in combination. This makes the combination of carved wood panels and molded plaster a striking decorative touch. Decorative plaster ceilings are ceilings that have been molded into a sculptural style relief design. This type of decor has an aristocratic look reminiscent of old mansions, rich dining rooms, and 19th-century Victorian architecture. Plaster decorative is not normally found in ordinary family dwellings but is found in public buildings and houses adorned for the rich.

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Sometimes it is painted, or partially painted, while other times it is left blank. The combination of wood diy coffered ceiling on the ceiling, side by side with plaster molding, can produce an interesting effect if executed correctly. Since wood paneling is often square, try to alternate the wooden squares with squares of equal size plaster. Cover your ceiling with these two alternate moldings in a chessboard style. Repeat the same design on all wood panels and the same design on all plaster moldings. This works best in a room that has been decorated with traditional decor, with wooden furniture and quality fabrics. Because of this will make your ceiling visually occupied, this should only be done in a room with very high ceilings.

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A design of this type will only make a low ceiling room look even lower. Use a lightweight mineral fiber board instead of solid wood for easier installation. This will prevent damage or cracking of the plaster with heavy wood panels. These boards can be attached to a diy coffered ceiling with glue and staples. The wooden panels can only be installed properly on a flat surface, so you will only be able to install the wood panels next to the plaster moldings, not on top of it. This means that the decorative part of the plaster should not be affected by the installation of wooden panels.