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Flexible and Popped Right In
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Stratford White Ceiling Tiles.
Love the ceiling, it upgraded the entire look of the room. It was extremely easy to install and even to cut with scissors. Had a party last week and all of my friends could not get over how "rich" the ceiling looked. They loved the fact that I just popped them in. Have recommended them to a friend at work. The best part is they are flexible... my drop ceiling is only about 2 1/2 inches from the original ceiling and I could not use a regular Armstrong-type panel, because they are hard, do not flex, and there is not enough room to angle the panel to get it into the grid/square. I tried and hated them....they were plain and ugly and the ends chipped off while trying to get them into the ceiling grid (I think they were made of compressed paper) . Also would have had to dispose of the old tiles... lots of trash in a landfill (and lots of extra work) - love the eco-friendliness of that!! It did not take long at all to install and I did it myself. The room is approximately 13 1/2 x 24. It is the best possible product I could have used (without paying someone $3000 to drywall the ceiling) and I did my homework on the internet!
- Susan L.
Installation TagsSuspended/Drop; 2 x 2; White; Stratford; Living/Rec Room
Alexander the Great
Installation DescriptionA glue-up ceiling installation using Fleur-de-lis Faux Bronze Ceiling Tiles, Alexander Faux Bronze Ceiling Tiles, and Decorative Strips.
We are incredibly pleased with our recent order. We get a ton of compliments from our guests.
- Dave S.
Installation TagsGlue/Nail Up; Suspended/Drop; 2 x 2; Bronze; Border Tile; Decorative Strips; Ceiling Fan; Alexander; Fleur-de-lis; Living/Rec Room
Easy to Trim and Install
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Polyline Translucent Ceiling Panels.
I am very satisfied with my new ceiling. All of the standard tiles found at the large home improvement stores had an institutional look, rather than a warm, residential, custom look. Also I needed to cut half of the 34 ceiling panels to fit the curves and moldings of my ceiling. Your panels were so easy to work with. I was able to use a good pair of scissors and a utility knife to cut the panels. My companion asked me why I didn't just have our handyman do the work. I told him, "I only have him do the hard jobs". Thanks for a wonderful product.
- Gertrude R.