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Easiest Part Was the Tiles
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Madison Black Ceiling Tiles.
Installation went great, very easy to cut with heavy scissors for the edge pieces. The hardest part was putting up the grid work, but once that was done it flew along. We used black pot lights, and found round ceiling heat vents that we painted black to match up with the rest of the electrical components, so it all just disappears. The room seems a lot warmer, and the sound from the TV is much better than before, thanks to the tiles I think. I hope the attached photos come through ok. Great product! Many friends have seen it and love it!
- Susan B.
Installation TagsSuspended/Drop; 2 x 2; Black; Coffered; Recessed/Can; Madison; Basement; Living/Rec Room
Easily Installed around Pipes
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Stratford White Ceiling Panels.
My project was to frame and drywall the west and south walls in a basement room we used as a schoolroom. The Ceilume tiles were the easiest part of the job. They cut smoothly for fitting around corners and a couple of pipes that could not be moved. The lightness of the tiles made installation a breeze and gentle on my tired shoulders after resetting the grid. I was so thrilled with it that I had to blog about it to my friends. Our fourteen year old stretched out on the floor when it was all done. Looking up at the tiles, he said, " this is like being in a fancy hotel room. The ceiling gives this room class." That's saying a lot for their schoolroom now turned into a game room. Friends thought the tiles were made from wood! Have a great day and thank you for the Ceilume tile.
- Jane D.
Installation TagsSuspended/Drop; 2 x 4; White; Grid; Stratford; Basement; Living/Rec Room
Clean Country Kitchen
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Stratford White Ceiling Tiles.
OK, Here you go, Photos of my kitchen / Breakfast area.
- Alfred P.