Ceiling rose Z18
Originally, stucco was made by carving patterns out of wood, but several hundred years ago, industry began to manufacture stucco in plaster instead. However, today’s modern materials brought forth great creativity and potentials to recreate, repair, and redesign architectural buildings, aesthetic places and interiors: new as well as old. Moreover, the new materials are easy to work with and the prices are quite affordable. Modern stuccos are easily assembled with glue, no professional labor is needed. Also, it can be painted with the desirable color to make the decoration blend well with the ceiling.
Ceiling roses have traditionally been used in the middle of ceilings to provide a stylish and attractive finishing to light fixture. Ceiling roses have lately become popular and modern as they used to be centuries ago; they are now incorporated into many new buildings. Homeowners of older properties began to realize that their original ceiling roses have been damaged, removed, or, in many cases, they have never existed.
Our modern ceiling roses are surprisingly easy and affordable to install or to replace old ones.
Ceiling rose is used in the center of the ceiling as decoration. If a lamp hook is fitted, there is space in the ceiling rose to hide electrical cables. Also useful for wall mounting such as sconces.
Use ordinary hand tools to saw, grind, and process before assembly. Ceiling roses can be mounted with glue; superfluous glue can be immediately wiped off simply with water or mild soap solution. For further tips and instructions, refer to the Instructions for Use.
Polyurethane is a shock- and water-resistant material with a smooth and paintable surface that allows even finest details to stand out clearly. The material is sandable and easy to process with standard hand tools during installation. Polyurethane can be used indoors as well as outdoors. When cleaning, the material can withstand moisture and most solvents. The surface should be painted for a comprehensive protection against UV rays.