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2019 Q4 trends in suspended ceilings

2019 Q4 trends in suspended ceilings

In the construction and interior design industries, suspended ceilings are fast becoming one of the most respected alternatives to a traditional ceiling. This is largely in part thanks to their versatility, both in design and usage, and the aesthetics and style. Q4 of 2019 is proving to introduce some interesting and diverse trends in suspended ceilings; here are the ones to keep an eye on.

Geometric suspended ceilings

One of the biggest trends in Q4 of 2019 is that of the geometric suspended ceiling. Especially ideal for commercial properties wishing to stand out, these suspended ceilings take inspiration from the iconic art deco era of design. Featuring smart, sharp lines, and boasting motifs of squares, circles, triangles and almost any other shape that you can think of, this trend is one of the most popular in the last quarter of 2019.

Rustic suspended ceilings

Though the rustic aesthetic has been in the spotlight for a while now, it’s only in the last few months of 2019 that the trend has been applied to suspended ceilings. There are two ways that this can be achieved. The first is to directly attach planks of wood to the original ceiling to form a new lower, panelled ceiling. The downside to this is that it is possibly trickier. However, the end result is more authentic. The second option is to create a traditional suspended ceiling first, then simply lay wood panels on top. This is easier to do but is more costly as you have to first install the normal false ceiling.

Minimalist suspended ceilings

Contrary to the other trends that have made prominence in Q4, this trend is all about clean-cut lines and minimal design. Particularly popular in luxury fashion and home stores, a minimalist suspended ceiling is the ideal way to hide wiring while keeping the focus on products and exuding sophistication through simplicity. Typically, minimalist designs consist of a single block colour, not necessarily white. A vibrant colour such as red, yellow or blue can be a great way to set your building apart and make the suspended ceiling a talking point.

Interested in installing a suspended ceiling? Get in touch with a friendly member of our team here at SLP Interiors – we’re dedicated to ensuring that all of your needs are met in an easy, affordable manner. To start your journey towards a better interior, contact us today. We specialise in the suspended ceilings South-West England deserves.

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