Regina Sturrock Design Classicism With a Twist
A seamless marriage of architecture and millwork is revealed in this classically styled home. As a new build project, our focus was on architectural detail to provide a timeless integrity and substantive quality. The ingredients include unique ceiling designs, leaded glass features and integrated cabinetry which blends with surrounding paneling and mouldings. The classic and timeless envelope is punctuated with unexpected and eclectic detail and vibrant accent.
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3. POP ceilingPOP is available in the powdered form. It is mixed with water on site and can be moulded into any shape to achieve an ornamental design or an etched effect, such as you see in this example.POP ceilings can range between ₹75–120 per square foot, depending on the type of design details.POP cornices or decorative mouldings start at ₹45 per foot.
2. POP (Plaster of Paris)POP is a quick-setting white powder that hardens quickly when mixed with water. This mixture is applied to a chicken mesh, allowed to dry and then fixed as the false ceiling.ProsPOP is a durable false ceiling material.It forms a smooth finish which does not show cracks because the same material is used for closing all the joint lines. Paints settle very well on the POP ceiling.POP is a flexible material and one can achieve any shape with POP.It is one of the cheapest false ceiling materials.ConsThe process of mixing the POP with water and letting it dry on site is a very time-consuming and messy process.Note: Only skilled workers should be employed to fabricate the POP ceiling because they will know the correct proportions for mixing POP with water.Take a look at more false ceiling designs
Textured ceilingThe style quotient in this bedroom is taken up several notches, courtesy the elegant custom-created design on the false ceiling. Made from PoP, the ceiling moulding is a marriage of classical elegance and modish style. The design sits within a rectangular frame, characterised by clean white lines.Read more:Which False Ceiling Material is Better: Gypsum or PoP?5 Ways to Amp Up With False CeilingsTell us:Which false ceiling design do you like most? Tell us in Comments below.
POP (Plaster of Paris)POP is available in the powdered form and is mixed with water on site. This mixture is applied on a chicken mesh, which offers mechanical strength, and is then attached to a metal frame system. POP can be moulded into any shape in its hydrated form; as it dries, it hardens and retains the set shape.