ceiling rose

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ceiling medallion, ceiling ornament, ceiling rose

A ceiling ornament, usually cast in plaster; often a luminaire or chandelier is hung from its center; see medallion, 2.
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The well proportioned rooms have deep skirting boards, coving and ceiling roses, along with some wooden floors, double glazing throughout and gas central heating.
This is a truly stunning family home with period features such as original ceiling roses and coving as well as modern touches such as the fully fitted kitchen.
KEEP original architectural features, such as ornate coving, ceiling roses and fireplaces, or add them if they would suit your style of house.
Most plastic ceiling roses come with short flexes, but you can buy longer ones so the light isn't 'stranded' too close to the ceiling.
Some of the easiest period-style features to add are ceiling roses, cornicing and dado and picture rails - there's a big choice online and in DIY stores.
If you're lucky, it's been meticulously renovated but still harbours its original treasures in the form of feature fireplaces, ceiling roses or some gorgeous exposed timber beams.
lled with character in the form of plaster arches with decorative pillars, intricate ceiling roses and an impressive staircase with two tall gothic arched windows on the half landing.
The property has a wealth of original features including wood floor, cornice, ceiling roses, large bay sash windows, high ceilings, wood and tiled fireplaces.
The good-sized lounge features a double-glazed window to the front, two ceiling roses, a living flame gas fireplace with stone style surround, and an arch to the dining room, which features a double-glazed window to the rear.
Lightweight ceiling roses can be secured with adhesive alone.
If you prefer the retro revival look, Artex have launched a brand new range of plaster mouldings, including cornicing and ceiling roses.