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CM13EA Ceiling Medallion13" Diameter
CM14BL Ceiling Medallion14" Diameter
CM15BM Ceiling Medallion16" Diameter
CM16AT Ceiling Medallion16" Diameter
CM16FL Ceiling Medallion16" Diameter
CM16FL-2 Ceiling Medallion16" Diameter
CM16JE Ceiling Medallion15-1/2" Diameter
CM16JE2 Ceiling Medallion15-1/2" Diameter
CM16TL Ceiling Medallion16" Diameter
CM19WI Ceiling Medallion19-1/8" Diameter
CM24GL Ceiling Medallion24" Diameter
CM24RE Ceiling Medallion24-3/16" Diameter
CM24RN Ceiling Medallion24-3/8" Diameter
CM30AL Ceiling Medallion30-1/4" Diameter
CM31WI Ceiling Medallion31" Diameter
CM32RO2 Ceiling Medallion31-7/8 Diameter
CM32SG Ceiling Medallion32-1/2" Diameter
CM36NI Ceiling Medallion35-13/16" Diameter
CM38SY Ceiling Medallion38-1/8" x 25-5/8"
CM67WT Ceiling Medallion67-1/2" x 43-1/2"
CM74SF Ceiling Medallion74-1/4" Diameter
Ceiling medallions are decorated with relief work. This can range from simple moulding rings to decorative leaf, filigree, and geometric designs and shapes.
Medallions are lightweight, made from a poly foam product which therefore install is much easier. Usually installed with a construction adhesive like Liquid Nails or similar product.
Typically use around a lighting fixture to add detail and design to your home.
Ceiling medallions are mouldings that are installed in the center of a ceiling, typically around a light fixture or ceiling fan.
Medallions may be circular, oval, or square, and are available in many sizes and in all types of patterns, from Baroque to Contemporary. And because today’s medallions are often made of poly foam, so they’re lighter and less expensive than the plaster or marble medallions of years past..
In addition to choosing a style, you’ll need to make sure the medallion is the right size for your space. One rule for estimating your medallion’s diameter is to divide your room’s area by seven. A 15-by-15 room is 225 square feet, so you’d need a medallion about 32 inches in diameter. This assumes a nine-foot ceiling, so if your ceiling is lower, you may want to go a little smaller.
Choose a medallion that’s either wider or narrower than the light fixture’s overall diameter—not the same width. And make sure the hole in the center of the medallion is the right size for your fixture’s canopy.