Light decor enhancement which has the purpose of subtly completing a room without necessarily becoming a feature.
Variations of a timeless motif, originally used by the Ancient Greeks and Romans. Popularised during the Georgian era, this style still remains a favourite in design today.
This design is based on small repeating patterns that give just a little more than a plain cornice, yet without the traditional appearance that most other ornate mouldings give. It is ideal if you are looking for a bit of pattern but still want to keep a contemporary feel.
Specifically developed to conceal lighting, this design can be installed slightly lower than the ceiling to create indirect illumination around the top of a room. The resulting light effect will be dependent on the type and intensity of light that you use, so the look you achieve can be anything from subtle, mood lighting to attention grabbing, colour-changing illumination.
This design features several clean, straight lines. The result is a neat appearance, especially suitable for contemporary decor schemes.
Seen by some as an Art Deco style, this design is relatively simple in form, but nevertheless a modern, eye-catching statement.