The plaster curtain is a great 'trick' to hide the curtain rod, leaving only the part that interests appearing and still decorate the room with elegance and sophistication.
If you are thinking of using a plasterboard, it is important to know that there are basically two models: the built-in and the superimposed. The embedded cortineiro is next to the lowered plaster lining and is not visible. In it, the curtain appears to be coming out of the lining.
Already in the superimposed model, the cortineiro becomes apparent and reveals itself as a frame below the lining. This type of cortineiro can be used in gypsum ceilings and in conventional slab ceilings. It also has the feature of hiding the top finish of the curtain and give that sophisticated look to the environment.
Now if you want to give that extra "tcham" in the decoration you can opt for an illuminated plaster cortineiro. The lighting system can be used in both models of cortineiro and guarantees a different climate for the environment, in addition to highlighting and enhancing the curtain.
Another important tip when planning your cortineiro is to watch out for his measurements. It is recommended to leave a space of about 15 centimeters deep so that the curtain does not look as dented, especially those with two or three layers of cloth or those that are produced with thick fabric. Already on the sides, the ideal is a space between 10 to 20 centimeters, necessary to remove and place the curtain without difficulties.
It is also worth noting that the cortineiro must follow the measurements of the curtain and not of the wall. That is, the cortineiro only occupies the entire wall if the curtain also occupy.
60 ideas of plasterwork cutter for you to be inspired
So, have you chosen the curtain for your plasterwork? Not yet? You can be inspired by the selection of images below. We have selected the best plasterboard ideas for you to design yours. Check out:
Picture 1 - In this double room, the plaster overlayer was used to help hide the closet.
Picture 2 - Notice how the inlaid corsetine lengthens the right foot of the environment and guarantees extra elegance to the decoration.
Image 3 - The idea here was to use the superimposed cortineiro as a continuity of the plaster frame.
Picture 4 - In this integrated environment the inlaid cortineiro is between the finish of plaster and the wood.
Picture 5 - Gypsum cutter superimposed on a curtain of thick fabric.
Picture 6 - A corner cortineiro to accompany the need of the dining room.
Picture 7 - A corner cortineiro to accompany the need of the dining room.
Picture 8 - The curtain of light and fluid fabric counted on the cortijo of plaster inlaid to be even more beautiful.
Picture 9 - This classic style ambiance has gained a plaster cortineiro that transforms into a frame on the wall.
Picture 10 - Kids room needs a curtain and nothing better than a cortineiro to leave the corner more beautiful and cozy.
Image 11 - Overlapping curtain is an alternative for those who already have the lining ready and do not want to redo the whole project to install a built-in model.
Image 12 - Decorations of modern and minimalist style benefit - and much - from the presence of inlaid cortineiros.
Picture 13 - If you intend to use a superimposed model of cortineiro, try to follow the same pattern of the plaster frame, thus you gain visual unity in the environment.
Image 14 - The exit here to use the embedded cortineiro was to install a gypsum plasterboard and to lower the ceiling.
Picture 15 - With the help of the cortineiro, the white and light curtain passes almost unnoticed in this environment.
Picture 16 - Plaster curtain for blinds! Why not?
Picture 17 - The ceiling of cuts and varied levels counts on a cortineiro inlaid to emphasize the decoration of the room.
Picture 18 - In this room, the cortineiro of sorreposto plaster was painted in the same color of the adjacent wall and the curtain.
Image 19 - A plaster cutter is always a good request to leave the environment cleaner.
Picture 20 - The superimposed cortineiro of this children's room gained a curtain of unique fabric and stamped with stripes.
Picture 21 - The orange curtain is the highlight of this room, and for this very reason, it deserves a special place, made just for it.
Figure 22 - Before making the curtain already have in mind the type of curtain that will use, so you can define with more certainty the dimensions of the curtain wall.
Picture 23 - Recessed plaster ceiling with superimposed corsetter: a great combination for classic style rooms.
Picture 24 - Room of wide window counts on a cortineiro that follows the whole extension of the wall.
Picture 25 - This inlaid cortineiro is a little different from the others: here, it stands out because it was made after the junction between the wall and the ceiling.
Image 26 - Overlapped curtain received a double cloth curtain: one lighter and more fluid and one thicker and heavier.
Picture 27 - Plaster curtains can be used in different rooms of the house; here he appears in the kitchen.
Image 28 - Curtain of cloth and blinds divide the same space inside the cortineiro of superimposed plaster.
Picture 29 - In this baby clean room, the plaster corsetter received a white shutter.
Picture 30 - A circular and well differentiated model of plasterboard.
Picture 31 - Double room with cortineiro and curtain inlaid: a different idea, original and simple to do.
Picture 32 - Most of the times the cortineiro follows the color of the ceiling and not of the curtain, however this is not a rule.
Image 33 - An illuminated plasterwork cutter highlights the curtain and values the decoration design as a whole.
Image 34 - The right size of the curtain - width and height - is fundamental to the beauty of the cortineiro.
Picture 35 - Here the cortineiro is not illuminated, but has two spots nearby that help to highlight the place of the curtain.
Image 36 - The idea is that the cortineiro passes almost unnoticed in the decoration, acting as a silent assistant.
Picture 37 - This superimposed cortineiro has a wide band to accompany the height of the right foot of the house.
Image 38 - A skilled manpower for placement of plasterboard is always recommended.
Image 39 - Half embedded, half overlapping: this plaster cutter runs through both models.
Picture 40 - The cortineiro must respect the measures of the curtain and not of the wall.
Image 41 - The skewed ceiling has gained a superimposed broad bander.
Picture 42 - The cortineiro and the curtain had to adapt to follow the differentiated design of the ceiling.
Picture 43 - Remember the tip to follow the measurements of the curtain? Here, the same thing happens, except that instead of following the lateral measures, the cortineiro follows the height of the curtain, being a few feet below the ceiling.
Image 44 - The curtain that flows down the floor was placed inside a corsetter of overlapping plaster.
Image 45 - Not always the plaster lining must have a built-in corsetter, the overlapping model can also be used.
Picture 46 - In this room, the corsetine superimposed of plaster follows the outline of the window.
Picture 47 - The plasterboard does not leave behind the modern style of the blinds.
Image 48 - Illuminated plaster curtain emphasizes the elegant and sophisticated proposal of the decoration of this room.
Picture 49 - Plaster curtain and velvet curtain: you do not need much to realize that this room is pure refinement.
Picture 50 - The superimposed cortineiro accompanies the plaster frame of classic style and full of arabesques.
Picture 51 - Curtain inlaid double: one on each side of the dining room.
Picture 52 - Gray shutter stands out on the wall and reveals the 'trick' of the inlaid cortineiro.
Picture 53 - In this room, a plaster molding was lowered to insert the cortineiro.
Picture 54 - A cortineiro inlaid of great proportions, but that knows to be discreet and elegant.
Image 55 - From the recessed cast of plaster the blinds descend.
Picture 56 - White wall, voil curtain and inlaid corsetter: the perfect combination for a clean, soft and delicate environment.
Picture 57 - Baby room with plaster corsetter overlaid with high relief design; the wall covered with the same material.
Image 58 - Originally the cortineiro of this room is embedded, but the external frame leaves it similar to a superimposed model.
Picture 59 - In this double room, the ceiling stands out in different levels and cuts, among them the cortineiro.
Image 60 - The plasterboard is a tailor-made finish and this ensures that the project is executed according to the needs of the residents and the style of the decoration.