Gypsum cornice design

gypsum cornice design

what is cornice

Cornices are fundamentally decorative molding designs that are placed at the junction of walls and ceilings. With the aim of providing a clean and finished look, cornice design has become an important part of contemporary architecture. Derived from French and Italian architectural designs, these beautiful structures support an ideal image for Indian interior spaces.

 It is true that even minimal details can greatly differentiate the beauty and beauty of a place. Thus, cornice design embodies the much-needed style and perfect finishing on your roof which helps to create a great balance with all other beautiful interior design features.


Cornice designs come in two types of material options – gypsum and plaster of paris. Even though both materials contain calcium sulfite, in gypsum these cornices are reinforced with polyurethane. This is what gives the gypsum cornice an edge over the Plaster of Paris, making them stronger and much easier. In addition, 

gypsum cornice designs are moisture resistant which prevents absorption of moisture from the roof.


Gypsum cornice designs come in many patterns such as plain, carved, geometric and floral. You can choose the design that effectively matches your overall theme of the room. If your theme and style is somewhat simple and well-organized, you can opt for a plain gypsum cornice. To give a traditional look to your false ceiling, you can install a carved cornice design, thus adding a new dimension of detail. You can also go for a whimsical geometric gypsum cornice for places like offices, restaurants, and hotel lobbies etc. Each pattern comes with a specific look, adding the necessary value to your interior spaces.

Dacor Enterprise presents a collection of readymade gypsum cornice designs that can be effectively used to decorate the roof of your home. The wall or ceiling design in the cornice you choose should be a simple exercise. The selected design can then be secured very well with the help of adhesives. It looks like an underlying part of your roof, enhancing the look of walls and ceilings.