Product Name With Model #: Cubism - Shanko Tin Plated Steel Ceiling Tile - #320
Posted By: Tiffney Gonzalez
Project Type: -Ceiling
Select Your Room Type: -Other
Did you hire a professional for this project?: Yes
Tips: 1. Measure the space to ensure the chosen tile pattern will replicate beautifully. Tiles that have to be cut in half or in an awkward way, lose their beauty when the pattern isn’t whole. 2. Paint ceiling tile metal grid in a complimentary color to tiles/panels. 3. Upon receiving, cut panels to fit space, ensuring there is enough panel to slide under existing frames. 4. Insert cut tin panels without removing old acoustical ceiling tiles. 5. Position tiles so that pattern is straight and there are no gaps in ceiling. Note: Wear gloves and use caution. Tin is beautiful, but edges are sharp. Tin can also be easily scratched if not handled with care.
Describe Your Project: Utilized white tin decorative ceiling tiles to cover old, worn drop ceiling acoustical tiles. Added oil rubbed bronze paint to update metal grid and molding.
Would You Recommend This Project To A Friend And Why?: I would recommend this project as a way to dramatically improve an existing drop ceiling without the hassle of a complete remodel. This is a simple option for anyone who would like to add beauty, and create an interesting space that everyone will admire.
How Was Your Experience With Our Company And Why?: Working with Decorative Ceiling Tiles, Inc. could not have been easier! The website worked beautifully, the ordering process was simple, and most importantly, the product selection and pricing is far superior to competitors.View Product