Interior Architectural Cornice

Interior architectural cornice is an easy way to add drama and excitement to any room. Although exterior architectural cornice has some very practical functions, interior cornice is purely decorative. Interior cornice can usually be found in several locations, including the point at which the walls of a room meet the ceiling, the tops of windows, and over entryways and doors. No matter where they are located, interior architectural cornices are an effective way to add a different texture, design, color, or material to what may have otherwise been a monotonous d�cor.

Interior Cornice: Materials

Stromberg uses only the finest quality materials when they make and install interior architectural cornice for their clients. Depending on the look you are trying to achieve and your specific needs, you can choose between two versatile, lightweight reinforced cornice materials.

GFRP Cornice

  • Extremely lightweight
  • Available in a number of textures and colors
  • Can replicate the look of a variety of materials, including precious metals and stone

GFRC Cornice

  • Lightweight and fire resistant
  • Can replicate the look of terra cotta, limestone, and more
  • Available in a special finish that can be painted any color

Interior Cornice: Choosing a Design that Works

When choosing an interior architectural cornice design, one of the first questions you must ask yourself is what you hope to achieve stylistically by adding the reinforced cornice to your home, government building, church, or hospitality location. Do you want to create continuity or contrast? Do you want everybody to notice these accents as soon as they enter a room, or do you desire a subtle finishing touch? The answers to these questions will determine the type of architectural cornice that will work best.

The size, style, color, texture, and location of the architectural cornice must all be considered when you are deciding exactly how to incorporate it into your interior design. Obviously, thicker architectural cornice with varying textures and intricate designs will stand out more than small, flat designs with uniform textures. Architectural cornice with colors that are complimentary to or match the colors of the room's surroundings will provide a more subtle touch. Similarly, architectural cornice placed along the ceiling will be less conspicuous than that placed along the tops of windows or doors.

Interior Architectural Cornice: The Stromberg Advantage

When you choose Stromberg as your provider of architectural cornice, finding a perfect design doesn't have to be a difficult task. Since their architectural cornice materials are so lightweight, they can usually be installed without adding any additional structures to support the weight of the cornice. Stromberg has many styles of architectural cornice to choose from. They are available in a number of colors, and can replicate the look of gold, granite, limestone, and wood, making them suitable for classical and modern interior designs. Stromberg's GFRC cornice is available in a finish that can be painted with most types of paint, allowing the reinforced cornice to seamlessly blend in with walls or ceilings. If one of their many attractive stock designs doesn't catch your eye, Stromberg can also make custom cornice to accommodate your exact needs and wishes. Stromberg is not simply a cornice manufacturer - we're a company that takes the time to ensure our customers get the interior architectural cornice they really want.