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Meshmatics Chandelier by Moooi via Pinterest When competing with all the beautifully designed commercial spaces out there, the best way for a designer to create an interior that inspires and captures the attention is to incorporate the surprise factor into its work. With their often untapped potential, ceilings are an excellent background for such endeavors. […]

Photo: Slatted Wood Ceiling Design Trends via Woodfit Acoustics In interior design, ceilings are not always treated with the respect they deserve. It is not surprising. After all, the eye rarely travels upwards, and other elements of design seem more likely to capture one’s attention. However, this is exactly why a well-thought ceiling treatment is […]

Photo of  the open ceiling design via retaildesignblog.net The open ceiling space concept in interior design responds to people’s natural need for space and freedom. When this concept is also extended on a vertical plane, the effect is greatly amplified. In fact, high ceilings are on the wish list of many house hunters and store […]

Via disegnodaily.com Designer: Cristina Parreño Architecture, MIT Photography by Luis Asin, courtesy of Cristina Parreño Ceiling design can benefit from the use of materials not typically associated with interior architecture. Choosing a material with little weight but apparently great potential for creating dramatic ceiling structures, Cristina Parreño (from Cristina Parreño Architecture) designed the ceiling for the 2013 […]

Via retaildesignblog.net (PURE metal ceiling, W&W) All photos via retaildesignblog.net The ceiling is often the forgotten space when designing a residential or commercial interior. While a large part of the budget is spent on wall and floor treatments, the ceiling often ends up painted over and declared finished. However, a unique ceiling with body, architectural interest and a […]