Materials for stretch ceilings

The opaque surface is characterized by lack of a reflection of light. Very reliable material which doesn't demand especially difficult installation.


The sateen stretch ceiling has a special microrelief, creating effect of fabric. The surface reflects light patches of light.


The varnish (glossy) surface reflects all your interior, it often call mirror. Glossy stretch ceilings will visually increase the area of your room. It is the most popular ceiling material in Ukraine.


Translucent fabric with internal illumination looks simply smartly, at a successful choice of color is can be a peculiar neon illumination over your head.


The nacreous surface of a stretch ceiling creates effect of a silk material.


PVC a color film a metallic - the most "correct" material for those who wants to create at itself(himself) an interior in styles hi flew. The modern type of such ceilings will allow you to pick up ideally modern furniture of the corresponding flowers to each room.


Suede stretch ceilings (suite) - look in the form of a velvet surface, the fine decision for an empire interior, baroque, classicism. The most suitable material for rich Ukrainian houses.


The punched stretch ceiling as a rule use in rooms of hi-tech of design. The play of light in such rooms is simply fantastic. Try perforation for the house and you learn that such the real modernist style.


There are several types of stretch ceilings available in the market, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Here are some common types of stretch ceilings and their pros and cons:

  1. Lacquered stretch ceilings: These are shiny and reflective, providing a glossy and luxurious look. They are easy to clean and maintain, but can show scratches and fingerprints more easily than other finishes.

  2. Matte stretch ceilings: These have a flat, non-reflective finish that provides a subtle and elegant look. They are less prone to showing fingerprints and scratches, but can be more difficult to clean.

  3. Satin stretch ceilings: These have a smooth, slightly shiny finish that provides a subtle sheen. They are easy to clean and maintain, but can show more visible seams than other finishes.

  4. Translucent stretch ceilings: These are made from a semi-transparent material that allows light to pass through. They can be used to create unique lighting effects, but can also show imperfections on the ceiling or wall behind them.

  5. Metallic stretch ceilings: These have a metallic finish that can provide a modern and industrial look. They are durable and resistant to scratches, but can be more expensive than other finishes.

  6. Printed stretch ceilings: These can be customized with a printed design or image, providing a unique and personalized look. They can be more expensive than other finishes and may require special printing equipment.

Overall, the choice of a stretch ceiling finish will depend on personal preference, style, and practical considerations such as maintenance and cleaning. It is important to work with a reputable and experienced company to ensure that the installation is done correctly and that the chosen finish meets your needs and expectations.