How To Design A Perfect False Ceiling For Your Bedroom

False ceiling in the bedroom is used to provide a false suspended plane just below the ceiling to hide the services and for temperature control(insulation) and better bedroom design aesthetics.

False ceiling design of bedrooms is one of the most important aspects of your bedroom interior design. False ceiling for the bedroom serves multiple purposes. It enhances the look of your bedroom, it keeps your room cooler, it hides all electrical and ac pipes, better lighting options.

We’re going to discuss everything you need to learn about bedroom false ceiling designs. Keep reading to learn everything you need to learn about the purpose of false ceiling for bedroom design.

TYPES OF FALSE CEILING

The major classification of false ceilings based on materials used are listed below,

Gypsum Ceiling

Plaster of Paris Ceiling

Fiber Ceiling

Wooden Ceiling

•Glass Ceiling

•Metal Ceiling

•Synthetic Leather or Cloth Ceiling

GYPSUM FALSE CEILING

Gypsum false ceiling is sound insulated, lightweight, soft, fire resistance and thermally insulated.

These come in square and rectangular panels of varied sizes.

These boards are suspended with a supporting framework below the ceiling.

These can be easily painted, laminated, or wallpapered as per requirement. for better finishing and aesthetics of the room.

PLASTER OF PARIS CEILING

Plaster of Paris (POP) uses a majorly false ceiling for the interior of the buildings.  POP ceilings are very similar to gypsum ceilings but are less durable. 

POP false ceiling is attractive, needs regular maintenance, and develops cracks within the first few years.

POP is widely used as it is an excellent insulator for both heat and cold.

It helps one achieve smooth and clean false ceiling design.

Note: We don’t recommend using a POP false ceiling in your bedroom. It’s cheaper than Gypsum false ceiling, so if you’re short on budget you can use a POP ceiling otherwise don’t. It may develop cracks within a few years and will need regular maintenance.

WOODEN FALSE CEILING

Wood is used in the false ceiling due to its natural beautiful patterns and textures.

It is one of the costliest options for a false ceiling but can be used as a part of a false ceiling to cut the cost.

Various finishes can be used for wooden false ceilings. Disadvantages of the wooden false ceiling are warping, termite protection and thermal control in the interior with balanced humidity.

You can mix up wood + gypsum to add more creativity to your design.

METAL CEILING

Though it is generally not used directly in the bedroom false ceiling but can be used in bathrooms or dressing areas.

galvanized iron and aluminium are widely used because of its strength and durability.

The cost is generally low as it is easy to install as well as access.

Synthetic Leather or Cloth Ceiling

Leather or cloth ceilings are nowadays widely used in the false ceiling due to its lightweight and appealing character.

Freedom in design with beautiful aesthetics at a low price makes this material a prime choice of many designers in today’s era.

The disadvantage of this ceiling is it requires regular cleaning dust may be layered over a certain time.

You can also use metal and gypsum together for the false ceiling design for your bedroom

GLASS CEILING

You can also add an element of glass to your ceiling design. However, glass ceilings are not in trend right now but huge in the 80’s and 90’s. If you’re old enough you’ve probably seen these glass ceilings in Bollywood movies.

We do not recommend using glass ceilings anymore. They are hard to install, the finish is usually not very good and very hard to maintain.

You can use various types of glass for the ceiling. Use the back painted, transparent, translucent glass. 

Again your glass ceiling need not be complete glass. You can add pieces of glass in the gypsum ceiling.

CLOTH CEILING

Cloth ceilings serve aesthetics more than functionality. They may insulate your room heat or cold but will definitely add glamour to your bedroom design.

You may have seen cloth ceilings in palaces. They used to be huge in that era when a lot of modern materials we have today were not easily accessible.

Honestly, we never installed a cloth ceiling in any of our projects as of now, but will definitely try at some point in time.  If you decide to try the cloth ceiling design for a bedroom, please share the photos with us. We’d love to see.

In the end, if you want to add value to your home with a renovation project, you have to invest in quality materials, not take the easy way out, know your tools and paint types. We at Chiraniya Consultancy hope that this information is helpful for any future projects and if you ever need a helping hand or would like to hire one of our technicians, 

give us a call or contact us at https://www.chiraniyaconsultancy.com/

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