These two bespoke ceilings were created as part of the renovation works of this large cental London house based in the middle of Mayfair.
The first Ceiling being formed with the use of Cornice LFA 65 to the perimeter and a series of panels used to create the shaped ceiling details. This then being completed by the use of fine specialist decoration to both the plain flat ceiling plaster and applied directly to the Ceiling panels.
The second ceiling was of a lower ceiling height and the overall effect required was for a plainer decoration consisting of plainer symmetrical panels. Using both straight and radius mouldings. These plain panels being broken up with the use of alternating decorative patra mouldings.