As far as making impressions go, custom wall and ceiling designs can make the grade instantly and become statement pieces of your stunning and creative home decor. Of all the materials used to create these eye-catching showstoppers, POP design is by far, the most popular.

POP or Plaster of Paris, is a quick-setting plaster made of white powder that hardens when let to dry after mixing with water. POP is commonly used to make false ceilings and designer trims for home interior design.

Using POP in Home Decor

A typical way to install POP design into any home is by fixing steel/aluminium/wooden frame to the ceiling and then attaching your mould to the frame. This is a greatly convenient idea for those looking to upgrade existing home decors by adding one or two elements. POP interior design is also a great way to comply to new vastu findings and encode them in your homes. 

#1: Single-Layered POP Design Ideas

A single layered POP ceiling design is most commonly found in modern homes. Their appearance, however, can be manipulated using many design details and made to blend with the existing interior style. Thus, many homeowners choose to play with colours and shapes to add more interest in the otherwise regular POP design.

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Simple POP design with neutral cove lighting to match the colour scheme of the room
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A single-layered plus/minus POP ceiling design with cove lighting
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A square false ceiling design with bilateral symmetry to define the room

#2: Layered 3D False Ceiling Design

There are many reasons to go for such false ceiling designs, one of them being the 3D spatial definition within a room these ceilings can create. Also, the various levels perceived by the eye make the ceiling seem higher than it is. A 3D POP ceiling design offers a pleasant break from plain, flat ceilings and make the room seem amply bedecked. 

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A 3D POP ceiling design that adds extra seeming height to the room

#3: Designer False Ceilings

Now a natural interest is one thing, but if you are aiming to create drama and add personality to your home, then a designer ceiling is your best bet. Relevant lighting and paint colours with these types of ceilings can aid the design intentions by lending clarity. Designers usually prefer cove LED lights and subtle or light paint colours to compliment such POP false ceilings.

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A dramatic false ceiling design with neon lighting for a bar unit
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A fun and creative POP design with cove lighting for a kid’s bedroom
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A dreamy false ceiling that doubles the illumination in a bedroom

#4: Extended POP Ceiling Design

Extended false ceiling is a simple way to guide the attention to the ceilings. For example, this entrance foyer very slyly leads the eyes to the false ceiling above the shoe rack and further directs the vision to the living room POP design. This is also a very creative way to shift the light source from the wall to the ceiling without showing any cables or surface indentations.

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Entrance false ceiling design ideas to subtly guide attention to the ceilings

This is a clever trick that works especially well in the POP panel designs for bedheads and media consoles. It serves by piquing the interest of visitors while also straying from traditional ceiling-only POP ideas. Match the aesthetics of the wall and the ceiling panels to communicate the design effectively.

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Extended POP design to escort the attention from walls to the ceilings

We hope we have inspired you with our ceiling design ideas and made you consider revamping your home this effortlessly. While you decide the perfect ceiling design for your home, don’t forget to match your walls with it. Check out: How Do Wall Colours Affect Your Mood?

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