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Perfect Match for Architecture
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Florentine Latte Ceiling Tiles.
Our installation went beautifully and we've received a lot of comments on the ceiling. We did an "antique" effect on the tiles and they go perfectly with the original 1872 building architecture.
- Loren P.
Installation TagsSuspended/Drop; 2 x 2; Latte; Painted; Recessed/Can; Ceiling Fan; Florentine; Living/Rec Room
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Medallion Latte Ceiling Tiles.
The tiles we put in were quite possibly the best improvement we've made to our store. The change in tiles was dramatic, and flat out amazing. I wish I had a before and after picture to show you the day and night difference. When people walk into the store now, the ceiling is the first thing they notice, where as before it was just the bland mineral fiber tiles that made the store filthy with dust. The tiles worked perfectly, even the ones I had to cut to fit in tight spots. And the fact that your guys' ceiling tiles were at least 50% less than any other tile replacement options was just another reason to be happy. The tiles are absolutely amazing. I was so impressed with your product and customer service that I'd recommend Ceilume tiles to anyone who would want to upgrade their dropped ceiling.
- Tyler D.
Installation TagsSuspended/Drop; 2 x 2; Latte; Air Vent; Sprinkler; Medallion; Commercial Grocery Store; Commercial Retail Store
Easy Despite Clearance
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Stratford Latte Ceiling Tiles.
The grid went in pretty easily, and the Ceilume panels were a snap! Very easy to trim to fit. Also, we had some duct work that was just above the level of the grid, and the flexibility of the Ceilume panels was great, because I could bend the panels a little bit to squeeze them up into the grid without requiring any clearance at all. As soon as they were above the grid, they snapped back into shape, and you can't tell at all that the ducts are right above them. We still haven't decided whether we are going to leave the grid white, or paint it to match the latte panels.
- Andrew R.