Ceilings provide an unobstructed view of the layout and hence play a major role in defining a space. A false ceiling is a secondary ceiling, installed below the main ceiling of a room or building. The false ceiling was initially conceived as a utility rather than décor as a means to hide electrical wires, pipes and air conditioning ducts. False ceilings also control temperature, thereby acting as an insulator.
In this article, the team at Quratory demystifies common design styles used in homes. Are contemporary and modern the same? What does mid-century have in common with the classic? Which style is best suited to your personality? What should you keep in mind when selecting furniture and accessories for your home? Let us help you decode the different design styles.