Drop Ceilings Remodeling Ideas

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Improve the appearance of your living room by remodeling with a drop ceiling. When you remodel you ceiling with drop tile, wood tongue and groove board or plank you will conceal cracks, water stains or other discolorations.

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One way to update your ceiling is with drop faux tin tiles are made of durable plastic and have been finished to look like vintage tin. Installation is easy as the tiles will adhere to a flat surface with glue. If there are no asbestos toxins you can install the tiles over the acoustic ceiling.

What I like about the drop faux tin ceiling tiles is that they are eye appealing and add a coziness to the room.

Another way to remodel your ceiling is to install tongue and groove boards; plank ceiling. The interlocking grooves makes the ceiling installation quick and easy. It is best to install the tongue and groove boards in a large room as the natural wood ceiling tend to make the room look small.

Install wainscoting for an inexpensive tongue and groove board ceiling. Purchase the sheets of wainscoting at home improvement store. Wainscoting looks like thin panels on your ceiling and comes in white and natural wood colors.

The wainscoting on your ceiling is a good ceiling update for bungalow, craftsman, traditional and cottage style homes.

 

Tips:

1. The decorative faux tin ceiling tiles are easy to install over any flat surface. They are also an inexpensive way to update your ceiling.

2. Decorative ceiling tiles are made of Styrofoam. They will add an extra layer of insulation and will keep your home cooler in summer and warmer in winter.

3. Tongue and groove boards are easy to maintain. You can paint, stain or leave the wood natural. White reflects the light and will make the room more open, while dark wood panels make the room appear smaller.

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Drop Ceilings Remodeling Ideas, Seekyt
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Janice is a writer from Chicago, IL. She created the "simple living as told by me" newsletter with more than 12,000 subscribers about Living Better and is a founder of Seekyt.