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New Tiles and Glittery Walls
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Diamond Plate Black Ceiling Tiles, and Roman Circle Black Ceiling Tiles.
Yes, that is a glitter treatment on the walls. It sparkles like stars as you move around the room. And strangely, the dimmer the room the more they sparkle. Thanks for the help in getting this project looking good!
- Thomas B.
Installation TagsSuspended/Drop; 2 x 2; Black; Border Tile; Recessed/Can; Ceiling Fan; Projector; Diamond Plate; Roman Circle; Home Theater
Custom Built Home Theater
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Circle Star Black Ceiling Tiles, and Orb Black Ceiling Tiles.
The grid is inlaid with ivy pattern, and framed with an ivy trim molding stained merlot. The crown moldings are gold embossed petals on ebony stain to tie the lighting elements and your panels and the custom merlot stained aspen cabinetry together. The corner blocks are 5-point stars in ebony stain. For scale: the screen is 77" x 101" (4:3,127" diagonal) room dimensions are 13x22, with an elevated back row for 10'.
- Kevin M.
Installation TagsSuspended/Drop; 2 x 2; Black; Circle Star; Orb; Home Theater
Hand Carved Wood Style
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Stratford White Ceiling Tiles, and Florentine White Ceiling Tiles.
We painted it (Ralph Lauren Polo paint) metallic brown with a sprayer and then used stiff scrub brushes to bring out the metallic colors (we just hand brushed the paint after we sprayed) the ceiling is awesome. We wanted the look of a old tin ceiling in our home theater but it turned out to look a lot like an old plaster or hand carved wood ceiling. We always ask visitors what they think the ceiling is and usually they think it is wood. LOL... Like we could afford that. One other thing, we sprayed the tiles while on the ground and sprayed the grid at the same time. I'm telling you, your product is awesome. We needed a drop ceiling because of the home theater basement application but so didn't want the look of a drop ceiling.
- Nathan N.