Ornamental Elements in History
From ancient times to today...
Architectural ornaments, or so-called relief ornamental decorations for walls and interior, have a long history. The decoration of walls, facades and ceilings with decorative elements in various forms is an old architectural tradition. These exquisite ornaments have been used in ancient Rome and Greece, over the years have gone through all styles - Classicism, Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo , Empire and modernism, with its striking beauty and originality. For centuries, the art of creation and use of such items has grown not only in art but also in the technological field. And if in the past ornamental decoration for interior walls and is only connected to palaces, castles and museums, as it require large resources and scale, today, thanks to new materials, such as polystyrene and fiber and manufacturing techniques, this type of decoration is possible in a much cheaper and practical form. New polymer elements of decoration with modern appearance, ease and lower cost already in many of today's modern buildings - both residential and public. Here we should mention the great contribution of modern decorative ornaments in the restoration of old buildings, architectural and historical sites in different styles.
Today ornamental scenery for facades and interiors are sold as separate modules, which collected a total composition corresponding to the style and the particularities of the project and in accordance with the requirements of the client. Very often the originals of modern ornaments are original forms of the past in various styles already mentioned. Their profiles are removed and used as a template that is made right amount of new decorating items. Usually obtaining quality decorative architectural ornaments using materials such as polystyrene - polystyrene, polyurethane and others. And although modern process modeling of polymer materials is quite different from that in ancient times, the visual effect of them is quite natural and they do not step on aesthetics to the more expensive their predecessors. Today the most common material for the production of architectural and interior decoration are polystyrene - EPS, EPS, XPS fiber and polyurethane. The materials are of different density from 15 to 40 kg / m3 which ensures quality and durability.
Decorative columns of styrofoam
Explore, albeit superficially, the existing assortment of ornaments, will help you navigate your own preferences in this area. Some of them are columns semi-columns and pilasters of styrofoam polimertsimentovo coverage. The latter represent rectangular columns made of one Country of wall decoration. In some cases, as a decorative wall thickenings. Conditional columns in all their varieties are divided into three parts - base, shaft and capital. Along its trunk can be decorated with grooves called fluted. Usually the idea in modern homes is the columns are not required to withstand high load. If however, there is a need to have bearing, the gypsum columns are reinforced in a column is placed Styrofoam metal tube. On the other hand, it is such Decorative Styrofoam columns can be hidden pipes passing through the room. Columns have many features and styles - Ionic, Doric, Corinthian ... The dimensions are also different. In the premises, for example, the column diameter usually varies from 15 cm to 35 cm in public buildings larger scale columns can be and larger.
Interior and Exterior from Styrofoam
All your ideas for decoration can be realized! With cornices, plinths and pedestals from styrofoam with coating you can not only achieve perfection, but to create the desired optical effects, such as greater depth in the attic. By Plinth ceiling you can hide a lot of defects in the surface layer of the substrate. Cornices serve to decorate the assembly line the walls to the ceiling and Plinth - the walls with the floor. Originality can be imported and curbs for walls, called moldings . For decorating the walls unconventional , e.g. , convex or concave surface, elastic models are available molding , curbs and plinths. Lately ornamental ceiling profiles are often used to obtain completed after installing luminaires with concealed lighting. Produced and irregular shapes, wall and ceiling - suspended ceilings! Opportunities for non-standard shape of your suspended ceiling is unlimited. Made custom applications for restaurants and public places.
Rosettes, Ceilings and Trim Styrofoam
Flush ceiling is usually used as a cot chandeliers. They can be of different shapes - circular, square , rectangular , and the shape of a polygon. Their diameter usually ranges from 15 cm to 1 m. There are many wall decors in the form of medallions, garlands and curved bands. Placed on the wall, they will most often depict colorful scenery. There are decorative ornaments from Styrofoam strokes around windows, doors and arches. Another type of ornament - decorative wall panels serve to impart a very solemn. Interesting and decorative niches of Styrofoam, which are mounted in the wall, to which are added various types adorning frames. From all this it is something like a small stage in the center of which is placed a decorative object, which is actually the focus of the whole story. Such niches are usually combined with the original lights. Pedestals and brackets also provide an opportunity to combine practicality and aesthetics. They serve trays of elegant sculptures, vases and candlesticks, or stands for books. Where are they used for the mantel, or window panels.
All these decorative elements allow you to give movement, style and excitement as the facade and interior design. They can help to reinforce the suggestion of one or another style depending on the project, without requiring large investment as it was in the past. Moreover, they can split the space of a large room into separate functional areas. In other words, these architectural and interior decorations styrofoam provide limitless opportunities for expression of style, taste and ideas. Of course, their use has certain rules. Besides style, they should be selected with appropriate sizes. Fortunately, however, today the market offers decorative ornaments from foam in various sizes and styles. Many decorative ornaments and contemporary interiors are compatible. In today's reality, today's manufacturers have left this niche market unoccupied. They offer a wide range of ornaments, among which everyone can like something, even those who are not fans of classical music and prefer contemporary, modern or neutral style outlines. Moreover, modern collections stylistically perfectly combined with any object of modern interior, regardless of the material they are made of.