Product Name With Model #: Line Art Glue-up Styrofoam Ceiling Tile 20 in x 20 in - #R 24
Posted By: Leah Johnson
Color: Plain White
Project Type: -Ceiling
Select Your Room Type: -RVs-Trailers
Did you hire a professional for this project?: No
Tips: I used white trim-sealing caulk to keep the look between tiles consistent. I also found that using the Delicate Surface Frog Tape to hold tiles in place while the adhesive cured worked better than regular painters tape.
Describe Your Project: This was done last summer. I gutted and remodeled the LQ/Weekender part of my 4-horse trailer I bought that I knew needed to be redone when I got it. The ceiling panels had black mold from a long-term leak in the roof. I didn't want to use any kind of wood-based panels and I didn't like the look of the PVC options either. Plus I wanted something more lightweight and easier to install than those options. Real tin or even faux-tin PVC tiles were a tad more expensive than I wanted to spend. Found these foam ones and installed them. Super easy! I used flat white acrylic ceiling paint as a primer after installing. I then used a dry brush technique with metallic silver paint along with greys, whites and blacks to get the look I wanted. I may put a clear coat sealer on them at some point this summer.
Would You Recommend This Project To A Friend And Why?: Yes, the products are great and order shipping and tracking easy to follow.
How Was Your Experience With Our Company And Why?: Excellent. My first order was actually through Wayfair because that is just what came up in my google search. When I found I was only 4 tiles short due to odd measurements, I didn't want to have to order a whole 20 pack minimum order that Wayfair required so I checked to see if I could order directly from this company and yes, I could. I was able to order individual tiles which helped.View Product