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Damaged Plaster Cover-Up

Installation Description

A glue-up ceiling installation using Fleur-de-lis White Ceiling Tiles, and Decorative Strips.

Customer Testimonial

I have attached photos of the installed ceiling tiles in our bathroom for you to share, they are decorative and definitely improve the appearance of our bathroom and cover up the damaged ceiling plasterboard, so they have served a very important purpose!

- Gary B.


Installation Tags

Glue/Nail Up; 2 x 2; White; Decorative Strips; Fleur-de-lis; Bathroom

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Will Never Use Standard Tiles Again

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Installation Description

A drop ceiling installation using Stratford White Ceiling Tiles.

Customer Testimonial

I absolutely love your ceiling tiles. I have used them once before, and decided to do so again. In this lower level application, because of your tiles, I was able to not lower the ceiling as would normally be the case with traditional tiles.Your tiles are so easy to trim and cut for fitting around air vents, etc.  And also for positioning recessed lighting. The other thing that is great about your product is.... In several cases I had to bend them to position them around air ducts, plumbing and wiring.  The material is so great, that it allowed me to flex them, and when they are in position they pop right back into flat without showing any deformity of the materials! You would never know that they had been bent. I will never use standard ceiling tiles again.

- Herb J.


Installation Tags

Suspended/Drop; 2 x 2; White; Border Tile; Recessed/Can; Track; Stratford; Basement; Bathroom; Bedroom; Living/Rec Room

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1950's Bathroom Makeover

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Installation Description

A glue-up ceiling installation using Fleur-de-lis White Ceiling Tiles.

Customer Testimonial

We finished the bathroom; it's a 50's style 4'x 8' pink/black themed.  We ended up painting the tiles white, removing the wallpaper and installing a new ceiling exhaust fan.  These tiles have stood up under really humid conditions and they are so easy to paint.  We love them and would definitely use Ceilume tiles again for any future projects.

- Andrew C.


Installation Tags

Glue/Nail Up; 2 x 2; Painted; Border Tile; Surface Mount; Air Vent; Fleur-de-lis; Bathroom; Before & After

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1950s Bathroom

Installation Description

A glue-up ceiling installation using Jackson White Ceiling Tiles, Rattan White Ceiling Tiles, and Decorative Strips.

Customer Testimonial

Sorry it's taken so long for me to respond.  I really like your product, ease of use and final results. My house was built in 1952 and looks like it.  The first project I purchased from you was for a small bathroom (I'll attach a photo)  Sorry now that I didn't take a "before" photo.

- Christine D.


Installation Tags

Glue/Nail Up; 2 x 2; White; Decorative Strips; Jackson; Rattan; Bathroom

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Moisture Resistant Ceiling

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Installation Description

A glue-up ceiling installation using Fleur-de-lis White Ceiling Tiles.


Installation Tags

Glue/Nail Up; 2 x 2; White; Border Tile; Air Vent; Fleur-de-lis; Bathroom

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Shower Installation

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Installation Description

A drop ceiling installation using Madison White Ceiling Tiles.

Customer Testimonial

The installation went great!

The ceiling tiles were easy to work with and I used a Dremel Tool to cut the tiles using a 1-1/2 Diamond Wheel. This also worked great for cutting openings in Ceramic Tile.

The ceiling tile grid system I used was HumiGRID which was purchased from Lowe's Home Center which works great with your product for high humidity areas. We plan on using your ceiling tiles for our basement remodel.  Great Product!

- Jeffrey T.


Installation Tags

Suspended/Drop; 2 x 2; White; Coffered; Recessed/Can; Madison; Bathroom

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A Complete Bathroom

Installation Description

A glue-up ceiling installation using Continental White Ceiling Tiles, and Decorative Strips.

Customer Testimonial

We really like the tiles and they made our new bathroom complete. 

- Mary H.


Installation Tags

Glue/Nail Up; 2 x 2; White; Border Tile; Decorative Strips; Continental; Bathroom

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Easy to Paint and Install

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Installation Description

A drop ceiling installation using Orb White Ceiling Tiles, and Stratford White Ceiling Tiles.

Customer Testimonial

We went with the Ceiling Link grid system.  I know this is not your product, but I thought I'd just share that next time I would go with one that locks together.  If I accidentally pushed too hard on the tile I was putting in, the whole row would shift, and I'd have to go back to the beginning and reset them all.  Not a huge problem, but annoying when it did happen.

As far as your product....

The tiles were sooo easy to paint. I loved them.  I ended up not antiquing the Stratford ones like I had planned to do because the antiqued ones seemed too dark, and looked dirty once they were up.  So, I painted the Stratford ceiling tiles a Crème Brulee cream color (one coat).  These went in the bulk of the basement... den, office, library, hallway, storage room, and bathroom. The trim in these rooms was also painted that color, and they look great together.  Rather than use the edge pieces of the grid, the top trim pieces actually hold the tiles up along the edges.

The Orb pattern is in our boys' bedroom.  I painted those the same light blue that is on the upper third of their walls (2 coats).  They look great!

As far as installation.  It was even easier than I expected to cut the holes out for vents and lights.  The material is very easy to work with.  The only issue I had was with the Orb pattern.  The problem may have been caused by us making the grid pieces fit a little too tightly in places.  If a tile was pushed up in a corner out of the grid, I could get a grip on the Stratford tile to pull it back down into place, but the Orb pattern had nothing to grip, so I had to pop the tile beside it out and push it back down, then hope that the one I popped out fell back into place easily.  This was not a huge problem, but it did happen often. Again, this may have been due to the grid system we chose not locking into place, allowing the tiles to get pinched tighter than they needed to be.

So, overall, we were very pleased with the Ceilume tiles.  They were easy to work with, took paint very well, and were easy to put up. They look really great, and we're looking forward to their easy care for many years.

- Pamela B.


Installation Tags

Suspended/Drop; 2 x 2; Painted; Border Tile; Direct Mount Grid; Recessed/Can; Air Vent; Ceiling Fan; Orb; Stratford; Bathroom; Bedroom; Hallway; Living/Rec Room

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No More Mildew

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Installation Description

A drop ceiling installation using Polyline White Ceiling Panels.

Customer Testimonial

The installation went well. I wanted to replace the acoustic tiles that were in my bathroom, to avoid mold and mildew. The vinyl tiles will hold up much better in this damp environment. The new tiles were very easy to work with, I simply cut them with scissors! It has also made the small room feel much brighter and cleaner.

- Elena D.


Installation Tags

Suspended/Drop; 2 x 4; White; Border Tile; Polyline; Bathroom

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Basement Bathroom Remodel

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Installation Description

A drop ceiling installation using Stratford White Ceiling Tiles.

Customer Testimonial

They aren't the best pictures in the world but then we aren't "pro" photographers either. I think they pretty accurately show the ceiling.  We love it...

We, upon first impression, probably "overkilled" on the fanciness of the ceiling but I love it.

- Ruth V.


Installation Tags

Suspended/Drop; 2 x 2; White; Border Tile; Recessed/Can; Stratford; Basement; Bathroom

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