Ceiling roses have been popular with homeowners for many decades. With a variety of styles reflecting the fashions of the Victorian era, right through to art deco inspired versions, there's a huge range to choose from. Often, ceiling roses have been previously removed from the light fittings of older properties or may need replacing. Or, perhaps you simply want to spruce up your home and add a new feature.
Antique and Traditional
Finding the right product will depend on the style and age of your property, your personal taste, and your budget. If you look at new products, you can find some affordable options crafted from new materials.
To give you some initial ideas, in comparison, used ceiling roses include the likes of plaster ceiling roses, unused, genuine Victorian ceiling roses packaged and stored for decades somewhere. You can also find antiques in different styles, like authentic French items, and vintage oak products with fixing holes pre-drilled.
Dating from the turn of the 20th century, Art Deco has increasingly grown in popularity as an alternative to contemporary or traditional styles of decor. Art Deco ceiling roses can add an interesting twist to almost any style of home.
Typical products from this era include decorative plaster moulds in flower shapes, authentic ceiling cups in dark brown and black and lightweight ceiling roses designed for chandeliers and other heavier, ornate lighting.
If you have a new style home, or if you'd simply like your interior to look ultra-modern, a modern ceiling rose will complement it perfectly. You can choose between clean-lined, simplistic designs in lightweight materials, elegant white polyurethane roses with simple flowers, or plain handmade plaster roses. Materials used as varied too, spanning synthetics which can be lightweight and inexpensive, to more intricate plaster items.