The pilasters, consoles, tiles and other decorative elements in the Marbet Design range satisfy the creative needs of anyone who is not afraid of unconventional solutions in interior design. Meanwhile, the decorative connectors and arches are handy for connecting ceiling mouldings in corners or for creating frames from wall mouldings. All the decorative elements can be combined not only with ceiling and wall moulding but also with rosettes, as well as used individually. These include small decorative items with cherub, Sun and Moon motifs.
IN VARIOUS CONFIGURATIONS - DECORATIVE ELEMENTS
Just like rosettes and ceiling and wall mouldings, decorative elements remind us of richly decorated palace and manor house interiors of several hundred years ago. However, decorative items can be used in various stylistic configurations. They are no longer limited to imposing city tenement buildings filled with antiques, and are not only the domain of interiors in historical, classical and eclectic styles, but can also be used in modern, loft and minimalist interiors to provide a contrast or to play with convention.
Traditional and with a touch of fantasy
According to tradition, ceiling mouldings are most often used as a ceiling cornice, wall mouldings are for decorative dividing of walls and as frames for windows and doors, and rosettes as a background for chandeliers. Decorative moulding can however be used with a hint of fantasy, for example as a frame around a television or a wall recess or cupboard. Marbet Design decorative elements come in many sizes and designs, with models in white or in the colour of old gold. Of course the white ones can be painted. Decorative elements look elegant in either the wall colour or several shades darker or lighter, while for a bit of extravagance – in intense, contrasting colours. No matter how they are used, decorative elements are sure to catch the eye.
Decorative elements – over 66 designs
The Marbet Design decorative collection includes over 66 designs of pilasters, niches, consoles, connectors, corners, patterned tiles and small decorative items. They can be applied individually as decorative elements, combined in fantastical compositions, and also used in combination with ceiling and wall mouldings and rosettes. For example, thanks to the decorative corners and connectors, it is easy to install moulding in corners and create decorative frames on walls and ceilings. Pilasters bring rhythm to the wall surface or accentuate door and window openings. Tiles can be used to create decorative displays on the wall surface. Decorative items with cherub, Sun and Moon motifs are ideal for decorating a child’s room.