Provence style is from France, and it is named after the eponymous region in the south of the country, which is famous for its lavender fields, proximity to the sea, warm and mild sunny climate. An example of authentic Provencal design can be considered as the interior of a rural house, sweet and cozy, but unpretentious, dominated by stone, white plaster, wooden surfaces, textiles, other natural materials, and paints, which seem to be sunburned. The luminaries in Provence style match the interior direction, but their modern and retro-interpretations are so diverse that they deserve the closest attention and thoughtful choice. Lush and modest, elegant and rough, as in the photo below, in a suitable interior, they always look spectacular, cozy and organic.
Gypsum ceilings are afraid of moisture, plastic yellow in the sun, and only suspended ceilings, according to manufacturers, are resistant to almost all types of exposure. Even to contaminate them is very problematic, and those spots that appeared as a result of some force majeure situations can be washed without the involvement of a cleaning team. However, some rules about what should be the care of glossy ceiling surfaces still exist. They need to study and follow them to stretch ceilings served flawlessly, and the original gloss remained flawless.