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Installation DescriptionA glue-up ceiling installation using Continental Faux Bronze Ceiling Tiles, Madison Faux Bronze Ceiling Tiles, Evangeline Faux Bronze Ceiling Tiles, and Decorative Strips.
Appreciate the followup and I'm pleased to report that the installation of the Better Than Tin ceilings was very straightforward and the end product looks GREAT!!! At first look, the new Better Than Tin ceiling is almost too nice to be in a bedroom, it looks that good. A great product, easy to install (we did all the work ourselves), and we like how it compliments the other Victorian features around the house. Definitely worth the price. Again, the before and after is like night and day - - - and it now sets that area in the hallway off as a "room" of its own. The "nail-up" installation was just as straightforward as the drop ceiling, no problems at all. Ordering and delivery were flawless, great job. Needless to say we are very pleased with the Better Than Tin ceilings. They've helped take our "new Victorian" up another notch - - - and we are now considering them for a couple additional rooms.
- John G.
Installation TagsGlue/Nail Up; Suspended/Drop; 2 x 2; Bronze; Border Tile; Coffered; Decorative Strips; Surface Mount; Ceiling Fan; Continental; Evangeline; Madison; Bedroom; Before & After; Hallway
Classic Design for Funeral Home
Installation DescriptionA glue-up ceiling installation using Cambridge White Ceiling Panels, and Decorative Strips.
- Keith P.
Installation TagsGlue/Nail Up; 2 x 4; White; Coffered; Decorative Strips; Cambridge; Church/School
Coffered Ceiling Transformation
Installation DescriptionA glue-up ceiling installation using Evangeline White Ceiling Tiles.
Tiles worked beautifully and transformed a dismal, ordinary room. We chose to create a coffered ceiling that is really amazing. Following up with another email to tell you how pleased I am with the way the ceilume tiles worked for me. The tiles truly appear to be as if they were cast plaster (the effect I had hoped for) and they serve to lighten up a dark room nicely. The coffering was a challenge with each area needing to be adapted to the vagaries of a ceiling created in the 19th century, but it was certainly worth all the measuring, leveling, and finagling we needed to do. I'll be delighted to send photographs when I have returned home.
- Nancy A.