Coffer Ceilings design and installations
Eye’s up! Our energetic response by simply looking into the sky is that of happiness, wonder, and empowerment. The ancient Greeks and Romans knew this and began the tradition of “Tessellation,” known today as Coffer Ceilings.
If you’ve seen a quilt, you know what tessellation is. If you’ve seen a honey comb, a mosaic floor, the organization of our cells and molecules, then you’re already more in tune to this naturally occurring pattern that has made its way into art and architecture.
Originally, coffer ceilings found their way into temples and spiritual structures to maintain an upward focus towards the heavens.
As time went on, this transcendent effect of appreciating what was above us, made its way into palaces and villas, libraries and state buildings. These
sunken or raised panels (typically square, but many other shapes as well) became painted, gilded, tiled and in some cases adorned with rare jewels.
The brilliance here is a geometric trick that utilized 3D forms on a 2D plane not just to create the illusion of higher dimensions, but to make them appear more beautiful…
If you have been looking for a way to enhance and elevate the energy and feeling of any room, coffer ceiling work may be for you! It’s perfect in entry ways, kitchens, living rooms, dining rooms, studies, bedrooms and entertaining spaces.
With a top shelf upgrade to your home such as this, you need to have the guidance of design professionals and the craftsmanship of dedicated masters. “Kits” that exist at home improvement retailers always leave the do it your selfer frustrated as the products are generic and incomplete. An upgrade that should leave your home looking like a palace ends up having the opposite effect. These kits create needless embarrassment and waste your time and money (and makes our job more difficult when it comes time to correct it)!
Coffer ceilings Center Box CC7
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