If you’re exploring gypsum ceiling designs for bedrooms at this very moment, you’re probably doing so for either of the following reasons:
- It’s an aesthetic call and you just want to beautify your ceiling.
- You want to hide particular flaws or conceal some wiring up there.
- Maybe the height of your room is more than what you would prefer, and you want the false ceiling — or what is also known as a drop ceiling or a down ceiling — to level it altogether.
- You want to make your home quieter and reduce the noise.
Whatever the reason, if you’ve decided to get a down gypsum ceiling for your bedroom, you’d might as well have something pretty to look at. After all, lying on your bed should have its benefits, besides just getting to rest your tired body.
If you want to keep it basic, take a look at this simple gypsum ceiling design which covers the length and breadth of the bedroom. A cove false ceiling like this accommodates lighting through recessed lights along the edges and through LED strips inside the cove