ceiling. Tuesday , February 07th , 2017 - 13:39:43 PM
The benefits are quite simple, one - it reduces the occurrence of sound reflected off walls resulting in overlapping audio, by canceling this very effect in a room full of people (echo) or a room that has audio equipment like say a home theater system, musical instruments or movie screening gear. It works for a well spaced-out room, especially if a group of people are conversing, or if like I said, sound is produced through other means.
These ceilings include a block, frosted, plain, or stained glass unit, that is installed below the original ceiling, where light fixtures can be affixed. The lights reflect on the glass, creating a wonderful effect in a kitchen. These units can be placed directly above a kitchen table, an island, or can cover an entire ceiling. So, if you want to add a spacious feel to your kitchen, this is the best option.
If you prefer swirling patterns on the ceiling, then go for this technique. In this method, Sheetrock mud is first applied to the ceiling and then a trowel with triangular notches is used to create the swirling patterns. If you have a central light fixture on the ceiling, you can use this technique to create concentric circles around it. This will give your room a very classy and formal look.
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