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Stylish Country Kitchen

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Installation Description

A drop ceiling installation using Stratford White Ceiling Tiles.

Customer Testimonial

I'm very happy with the way the project turned out. I found the tiles easy to work with, and they're a big improvement over the standard drop ceiling tiles I had before. I'd certainly use them for any future drop ceiling projects. I painted the tiles antique white before installation, and I think this really improved the look.

Some photos are attached. They aren't the best pictures, but hopefully the tiles look good!

- Ben Z.


Installation Tags

Suspended/Drop; 2 x 2; Painted; Border Tile; Stratford; Kitchen

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Basement Bathroom Remodel

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Installation Description

A drop ceiling installation using Stratford White Ceiling Tiles.

Customer Testimonial

They aren't the best pictures in the world but then we aren't "pro" photographers either. I think they pretty accurately show the ceiling.  We love it...

We, upon first impression, probably "overkilled" on the fanciness of the ceiling but I love it.

- Ruth V.


Installation Tags

Suspended/Drop; 2 x 2; White; Border Tile; Recessed/Can; Stratford; Basement; Bathroom

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Plaster Ceiling without Plaster

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Installation Description

A drop ceiling installation using Medallion White Ceiling Tiles.

Customer Testimonial

My project turned out wonderfully. I installed the medallion tiles and for the perimeter I used a textured wall paper right over the old primed drop ceiling tiles. Like I said, it looks really great. In fact, company that's never seen our ceiling before thought the ceiling was a plaster cast that was actually original to the home (we live in an older house).

I left the old existing drop ceiling tiles in place along the outside edge. Where possible, I removed metal brackets that were not part of the ceiling support structure. Then to smooth things out, I used joint compound where metal brackets of the grid touched the old tiles. This way when I put up the wall paper it would not be so obvious where I still had metal brackets. When I feathered out the joint compound between brackets and tiles to my satisfaction,  I used a high quality sealer primer (Bin 1-2-3) over all of that.

The wall paper was a heavier paper, designed to go over paneling or cracked plaster walls and hide what was beneath it. I don't remember the
brand off hand, but I bought that at Menards. For some of my seams, I had to touch things up with a little white caulk, which blended in very nicely.

If I look hard or if the lighting is just so, I can see where I have metal brackets behind the wall paper, but it really isn't too noticeable for sure. It might just appear to be a ceiling joist behind plaster to someone who doesn't know - if they can see it at all.

- John H.


Installation Tags

Suspended/Drop; 2 x 2; White; Medallion; Dining Room

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