Colors, Finishes and Texture
The shape and volume of stretch ceiling 3D structures, and the shape of flat murals or ceilings is defined by the shape of the tracks inside or behind the membrane. These tracks are usually invisible to the outside viewer. The visible part of the product is the membrane, which envelopes the tracks. The most commonly used membrane material is vinyl (PVC) film. Such film may have a glossy, satin, brushed suede, or matte surface finish. The color palettes for each type of the stretch technology products are presented at the following images. Translucent membrane is also available.
Our most popular palette: The glossy colours
Matte, satin and high gloss membrane comes in over 260 colours. Canvas-textured and translucent films have smaller colour palettes because they are often digitally printed, and gain their colour in this way. This image is for illustration only; we invite you to visit one of our installers to examine materials that are available. Light reflectance of the membrane varies from 81% (white matte), to 10% (dark blue glossy or bronze).
Stretch ceiling film can have smooth continuous surface, or be perforated. Seven available types of perforation include: circular aperture with diameter 0.01mm, 0.1mm, 0.15mm, 0.2mm, 0.28mm, square windows with 4.5mm side, and special acoustic perforation with 0.02mm punctures. Custom perforation for utilizing the backlighting effects is available on demand.