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Ceiling Tiles and Ceiling Panels for Every Installation!

Easy to clean (waterproof!), Class A rated for fire safety, Greenguard Gold Certified for Indoor Air Quality, dust-free, mildew free, mold free, recyclable... We could seriously go on and on.

Suspended/Drop Ceilings

Drop Ceiling Tiles

You need drop ceiling tiles if you will be "dropping" your tiles into a suspended T-bar grid.

Glue-up/Direct-Mount Ceilings

Glue-up Ceiling Tiles

You need glue-up ceiling tiles if you will be mounting your tiles to a ceiling surface using adhesive.

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Installation Photos

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Best Selling Ceiling Tiles

We offer over 40 styles, we love them all, and there is one that is right for every installation. That being said, year in and year out, the four styles below are our most popular, so we figured we'd show them to you first!

Stratford Ceiling Tiles

Stratford

$1.49 / sq. ft.

$5.95 / tile

Install: Drop
Size: 2 x 2 or 2 x 4

Drop
2 x 2 or 2 x 4

Colors:

Westminster Ceiling Tiles

Westminster

$1.49 / sq. ft.

$5.95 / tile

Install: Drop
Size: 2 x 2

Drop
2 x 2

Colors:

Fleur-de-lis Ceiling Tiles

Fleur-de-lis

$3.50 / sq. ft.

$13.99 / tile

Install: Drop or Glue-Up
Size: 2 x 2

Drop/Glue-Up
2 x 2

Colors:

Cambridge Ceiling Tiles

Cambridge

$3.50 / sq. ft.

$13.99 / tile

Install: Drop or Glue-Up
Size: 2 x 2 or 2 x 4

Drop/Glue-Up
2 x 2 or 2 x 4

Colors:


Best Selling Ceiling Panels

These panels are surprisingly easy to install - especially if your only experience with 2 ft. x 4t. tiles has been with the mineral fiber variety. Below you'll find some of our customers' favorites!

Cambridge Ceiling Panels

Cambridge

$3.43 / sq. ft.

$27.45 / tile

Install: Drop or Glue-up

Drop/Glue-up

Colors:

Polyline Ceiling Panels

Polyline

$1.43 / sq. ft.

$11.45 / tile

Install: Drop

Drop

Colors:

Southland Ceiling Panels

Southland

$1.43 / sq. ft.

$11.45 / tile

Install: Drop

Drop

Colors:

Stratford Ceiling Panels

Stratford

$1.43 / sq. ft.

$11.45 / tile

Install: Drop

Drop

Colors:


Introducing the Fifth Wall

Modern interior design has taught us that our homes and offices no longer need to be boring, white-walled live-in boxes with little or no interesting features. Floor plans now allow for wide open living areas, highlighted by sizzling wall colors and elaborately matched furniture. Shiny metallic appliances are commonplace in the kitchen, and granite counter tops bring high design to food preparation areas.

But what about the ceiling? Throughout history, the ceiling has been everything from the inspiring force in a design to a forgotten element in the building, and right back again. It has been home to some of the worlds greatest works of art and architecture, but also to mere sheetrock and cobwebs. In the late 1800's and early 1900's, American ceilings saw a rise in the use of stamped metal ceilings and beautiful gold leaf coffered ceilings such as those seen in San Francisco apartment buildings and elsewhere. However, in recent years the ceiling has lost the attention of designers and builders. For so long now the ceiling has been merely a footnote to the design process, a place to hang lighting.

Recently, however, we have seen a change in the design world. Beginning in the 1950's, there was a significant rise in the use of suspended ceilings, both in commercial space and in homes. Years later, people are moving into these areas and finding old, stained and broken tiles that need replacing. The rush to replace these tiles has people looking all over for better looking substitutes, and it is because of this that the ceiling tile industry has seen many new alternatives in recent years. As these new alternatives are being developed, other ceiling tile types are experiencing a revival as well. Stamped metal tiles, acoustic tiles, glue up plastic tiles and drop plastic tiles are all easily found on the web, and there are thousands of options for any type of ceiling.

As these new and revived styles are being installed, more and more people are realizing the potential of the "fifth wall" as a great place to add significant design elements to a room or building interior. The look and feel of a room can be turned around completely with the addition of a historic (or modern!) tile and a subtle (or bold!) color scheme.


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