Why is Ceiling Rose used in the Bedroom?
The bedroom is the room in your home that you both start and end your day, and most customers desire to transform their sleeping spaces into a luxury haven.
Adding a ceiling plaster rose will instantly enhance the overall aesthetic of any bedroom. Whether you choose a simple or ornate design, a rose will add grandeur and sophistication to an otherwise plain and boring bedroom ceiling.
Ceiling roses are used in the bedroom for both functional and decorative purposes. Functionally, a ceiling rose can serve as a decorative cover for the electrical wiring or junction box that connects the light fixture to the ceiling. This helps to create a neat and polished look by concealing any unsightly wiring.
On the decorative side, ceiling roses add a touch of elegance and sophistication to the bedroom.
Ceiling roses can serve as a focal point, drawing attention to the chandelier or light fixture hanging from the ceiling. They not intended to support the light fixture.
Ceiling Rose Designs
Elevate your home with our handmade, finest gypsum ceiling roses. Our carefully curated selection showcases the latest design trends and timeless classics, ensuring that we have something for everyone.
We have a large stock of period styles such as Art Deco, Georgian and Victorian ceiling roses, in a wide selection of sizes from small, medium, large and extra large ceiling roses, and we deliver across the UK.
How to Measure & Prepare Your Ceiling Rose for Installation
There are no specific rules... but things to consider when choosing a ceiling rose are the size of the light fitting, ceiling height and room size.
We sell roses in sizes 230mm to 1300mm diameter. As a guide, larger bedrooms with high ceilings will ideally suit big ornate or decorative roses. Compact or narrow bedrooms with lower ceilings will need smaller roses.
A fail-safe way to determine what’s the right size ceiling rose is to cut out a circle of paper / cardboard to the approximate dimensions and stick it onto your ceiling in the position of the ceiling rose.
If you are replacing an existing rose, we strongly recommend ensuring your chosen design is the same size or bigger than the original. This will help to conceal any imperfections in the ceiling.
How to install Ceiling Rose in your Bedroom
We have created an informative video for our customers; a professional Fibrehand explains how to fit a plaster ceiling rose. He talks you step by step through the process of ceiling rose installation, from making sure the electrics are turned off; drilling or enlarging the hole for wires, applying adhesive and screws to hold it up, right through to filling the fitted ceiling rose ready for decoration.
How to Blend Ceiling Rose in your Bedroom
Seamlessly blend your ceiling rose into your bedroom decor... Consider the style, it’s important to keep an open mind. There are lots of interior designers who will pair a traditional plaster ceiling rose with an ultra-modern bedroom light fixture for dramatic effect.
Select a colour of paint that compliments your bedroom. You may want to have the ceiling rose the same colour of your ceiling or you may want to paint it a contrasting shade to allow it to stand out.
Details and accents can be defined using a smaller brush to add any additional details or accents to the ceiling rose. After the paint has dried, inspect the ceiling rose for any touch-ups or uneven areas. If needed, apply another coat of paint or fix any imperfections.
Easy Maintenance Tips for Ceiling Rose in your Bedroom
A simple maintenance tip you can follow is:
- Regularly dusting your ceiling rose as dust may accumulate on to your rose over time.
- We recommend that you gently clean it by mixing a small amount of mild dish soap with warm water.
- Dampen a soft cloth or sponge with the soapy water and gently wipe the surface of the ceiling rose.
- Make sure not to use an excessive amount of water as this may cause a hazard and damage your ceiling rose.
Potential Challenges to using Ceiling Rose in your Bedroom
A potential challenge may be installing your ceiling rose as it may require some professional skills, and it’s usually a two man job.
We recommend fixing your plaster ceiling rose with both screws and adhesive and never to rely on adhesive alone. A guide showing how to mix adhesive to the right consistency is available on our website.
While there can be minor challenges, many people find that the benefits of installing a ceiling rose outweigh these factors. It’s all about finding the right balance between aesthetics, functionality, and personal preference.
Benefits of using Ceiling Roses in your Bedroom
A ceiling roses in your bedroom allows you to incorporate a sense of your aesthetic and personality. It can add glamour and make a room look more dressed and of its historic period.
Another benefit of installing a plaster rose is their location above your light fitting, which helps prevent damage to the ceiling. Replacing the plaster rose is much more straightforward than repairing the entire ceiling!
The ceiling rose is an essential part of the light equation. Any luminaire that hangs from the ceiling does this with an electrical cable. The rosette is a decorative detail that hides the lights cables behind an attractive design, this will enhance the natural beauty of your boudoir.