False ceilings have become highly popular in the recent years. Not only are they a super convenient way to hide ugly wirings and AC ventilation pipes, they also allow you to change the bland look of a simple ceiling and add your own creative touch to it. False ceilings are nothing short of a boom for businesses which operate out of buildings that have unfashionable designs, and allows owners to revamp the whole place and make it look more modern.
Halls are the best place to use a false ceiling, and the large open area of a hall offers much scope for getting a little creative. So let your creativity shine with one of these 7 false ceiling ideas:
- A fun and light design for a game room that is perfect for medium and large basements: You can use light coloured gypsum panels with a pattern of your choice to really brighten up the place.
- A simple and spartan den for yourself: Make a getaway for yourself in your home using simple false ceiling patterns that create a cosy den for you.
- A party room for the family: Give your social life a boost with a hall decorated with false ceilings that use bright and cheery patterns, and have small lights fitting in to offer makeshift dance floors.
- A media room for your music and movies: False ceilings designs can also be used to soundproof your hall. Set up your speakers and plasma TV in the hall under a false ceiling that ensures low light, and enjoy your personal cinema hall effect.
- A professional work area for your employees: Set up a simple false ceiling with lights fitted into it at regular intervals, to create uniform lighting and a highly productive environment for your employees’
- A chill out zone for your team: Your employees deserve a great break once they have finished their work. A small with cushions, bean bags, and a darker false ceiling will create a soothing and relaxing ambiance.
- A semi-formal eating area: Create a space where a large group of people can come together for a bite. A medium sized hall with false ceilings can be the perfect solution. Keep the ambiance on the lighter side, but avoid white and similar colours as they will get dirty very quickly, especially if you use special food containers that keep the food heated.