Gypsum Cornice



Gypsum cornice is mainly made of high-quality and natural gypsum powder. In order to make it stronger , we add the fiber glass in the gypsum powder. We make it by hand and we must use the moulds.We can produce various kinds of it, we also can make by customers moulds or design.

Excellent quality of more than 100 designs ceiling medallions/ceiling roses/center panel/centerpieces/decorative ceiling molding for you various shapes and sizes available in our website, we can produce this product according to clients’

Arck Decor Uganda’s cornice products are mainly used in the indoor decoration of super class buildings such as hotels, restaurants, shopping malls theaters, dances, cinemas, stations, auditoriums, offices, sitting rooms, business buildings and industrial or residential buildings.

Ceiling Cornice Designs Used at Ceiling Corners

A ceiling cornice is typically a moulding that can be decorative or plain. It serves an aesthetic as well as a functional purpose in both residential and commercial buildings. It is typically a moulding that comes in uniform pieces that can be laid side by side on the joints of walls and ceilings. With the advent of modern technologies and modern materials, cornices have become more versatile providing both functional and aesthetic appeal.

Used at ceiling Corners

Aesthetic applications of ceiling cornices
A cornice can improve the aesthetics of the ceiling as the mouldings can be shaped and coloured to suit any kind of décor. The size of the cornice depends on the size and height of the room. Cornices also form a part of the aesthetic design which might involve a simple or complex design with multiple levels. Cornices can conform to design attributes – old-fashioned for buildings with traditional or classical design and simple and sleeker for buildings with modern designs.

Functional applications of ceiling cornices
In a building, the part where the ceiling meets the wall can have imperfections and cornices can be used to hide these imperfections. A simple and small cornice running along the joints where the ceiling meets the wall adequately covers the imperfections. Cornices extending beyond the roof on exteriors of buildings throw rainwater away from walls thus protecting them from being dirtied or affected otherwise by rainwater.

Different types of ceiling cornices
Cornices can be made using a variety of materials. The common ones include plaster, gypsum, paper covered gypsum or plaster, polyurethane, POP, glass reinforced concrete (GRC), medium density fibreboard (MBF) and timber.