Shadowline DrywallIntegrated picture hanging rail for plasterboard ceilings and walls (drywall)
The Shadowline rail – drywall enables the placement of an invisible picture hanging system between plasterboard walls and ceiling panels. A discreet shadow line is the only element that appears between the wall and ceiling, and this is where the flexible picture hanging system is hidden. It is possible to install a hanging cord in the rail, anywhere you like in the room. Since the rail itself isn’t visible, the hanging cords are suspended directly from the ceiling. If you choose the transparent perlon hanging cords for the rail, you will have the most discreet picture hanging system at your disposal. Using the Shadowline ceiling system means you will always have a guarantee of smooth, clean walls, and the flexibility to decorate them any way you like, without the need for tools.
flexible hang and move wall decorations quickly and easily
not visiblethe picture hanging system is fully integrated
preservation of walls insert a wire into the rail wherever you want
shadowlinethe wires hang directly from the ceiling
Discrete picture hanging system
The Twister hanging cords may be clicked into any desired location in the rail next to the recessed ceiling, making it extremely easy to hang and change wall decorations. In combination with the Shadowline, you can also use transparent perlon hanging cords, which contribute to the invisible hanging concept. The Shadowline rails are available in 2 versions: for use with 10 mm and 13 mm drywall.
Artiteq has developed a series of integrated picture hanging systems, which can be new-build or renovations. The rail is integrated while the ceilings are being installed. These systems offer huge advantages to end users, with a hanging system becoming available throughout the entire space. By selecting integrated hanging systems you set the standard for perfection. Combining picture hanging systems with recessed ceilings or plasterboard ceilings creates rooms with walls that can be designed flexibly and easily. And also for the long term, without damage to walls and without additional costs. This also results in considerable steps towards sustainable building management and cost savings.