Tips on Villa renovation for Ceilings and Walls.
Renovating a room may look exciting but renovating a villa may be a little daunting. While thinking about villa renovation many homeowners usually worry about the unique character and essence of the home they might lose. However, keeping in mind the minute details and careful planning, this can be avoided and homeowners can enjoy the benefits of their upgraded home.
We consulted the professionals of Homdum, where they gave us some of the basic tips of villa renovation while focusing on ceilings and walls:
While renovating the interior part of villas or bungalows, the question arises whether to keep it traditional or give a modern touch. This is important as you can then decide what products to use on your ceilings and walls.
Traditionally plaster mouldings, ceiling panels and even timber were used in olden days for ceilings. Nowadays, you can still give the same look to your ceiling but with the modern product. Aluminum pressed tin panels can be used to replace the original plaster panels and mouldings. Timbers are still used but lighter shades and bleached washed are more preferable. Timber beams are also the choice of many and modern day GIB can be used in between the beams with white shade paint to help lighten the room.
For walls, we have a lot of options to consider like paint, wallpaper, pressed tin panels, tongue and groove look. It’s your decision how you want the walls to be while doing your villa renovation.You can either line the wall upto the ceiling or use different products or shades upto the ceiling. There is some modern upgradation like Dado features where you can bring some texture onto the wall which often is a blank area. The products you use can be wallpaper, tiles, hardies board or pressed tin panels,
There is no right or wrong in choosing a more modern look or keeping up with the traditional look unless and until you are maintaining a flow and consistency throughout the house.