Stretch Ceilings

Affy9

Active Member
Hi All,

Im a relative newbie into the world of AV and I’m in the process of looking at doing up our lounge to accommodate my setup brought last year.

I want a “drop” ceiling around the edge of the room to accommodate hue strip lights and in ceiling atmos speakers.

Having a chat with my mate who is a plasterer to get quotes for plastering the walls and ceiling and he has suggested a stretch ceiling might be worth considering. From what I gather, these are flexible plastic sheets which are heated and fixed to a track (described to me like a drum skin).

We currently have artex in the ceiling and it’s a bit “wavy” - not hugely noticeable but not totally flat.
Does anyone have any knowledge/experience of these stretch ceilings and would you recommend them over plasterboard/plaster?

Cheers,

Affy
 

Seriously Ltd

Distinguished Member
AVForums Sponsor
Hi Affy,

We specialise in stretch fabric ceilings.

We use these in many cinema and media room installations. They are acoustically transparent so speakers can be hidden behind them and fibre optic starlights added.
Please see an example below of our work.
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The above ceiling is just one example. It looks like a plaster ceiling to the eye. Available in many colours.

Regards

[email protected]
 

AndreNewman

Active Member
Hi Affy,

We specialise in stretch fabric ceilings.

We use these in many cinema and media room installations. They are acoustically transparent so speakers can be hidden behind them and fibre optic starlights added.
Please see an example below of our work.
View attachment 1507333
The above ceiling is just one example. It looks like a plaster ceiling to the eye. Available in many colours.

Regards

[email protected]
I was looking into this a year or so ago, I didn't know there was anyone doing this in the UK.

You can put acoustic treatment behind (under) the fabric?
 

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