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Revive the Look of Historic Spaces
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Southland Black Ceiling Tiles, Stratford Black Ceiling Tiles, Medallion Black Ceiling Tiles, Westminster Black Ceiling Tiles, and Roman Circle Black Ceiling Tiles.
The ceilings we have done recently with your product don't just look good - they look awesome! The product is very easy to work with and has helped us revive the look and feel of some historic spaces we are renovating. We would recommend this product for anyone looking for a unique way to modify and renovate their ceilings. Here are some photos of commercial applications where we have used your product. Thanks and we will be in touch on future projects.
- Bret A.
Installation TagsSuspended/Drop; 2 x 2; Black; Paintable White; Painted; Border Tile; Recessed/Can; Surface Mount; Ceiling Fan; Medallion; Roman Circle; Southland; Stratford; Westminster; Commercial Before & After; Commercial Hotel/Motel; Commercial Retail Store
Direct Mount (Low Profile) Grid Install
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Stratford White Ceiling Tiles.
Here's some pictures from a couple installs. I installed the tiles using ceiling-link. They came out great and appear to be real wood once in place. I also used the tiles on the underneath of the my soffits, using casing for the face trim.
- Robert M.
Installation TagsSuspended/Drop; 2 x 2; White; Border Tile; Direct Mount Grid; Air Vent; Ceiling Fan; Smoke Detector; Stratford; Bedroom; Living/Rec Room
Better Than Tin Vaulted Ceiling
Installation DescriptionA drop ceiling installation using Avalon Faux Tin Ceiling Tiles.
The ceiling is already generating a steady stream of compliments from all who have seen it. It is hard to get a photo that captures the effect created by the long barrel vault âtinâ ceiling with its ceiling fans towards each end and the chandelier in the center. I recommend your product without reservation. My brother is a restaurant designer for a major national chain and based on what he saw in our store, they are looking into using your product instead of the tin they have been using.
- Peter L.