Oxford Latte Ceiling Panels

$3.97 / sq. ft. $31.75 / panel (8 sq. ft.)
Oxford Latte Ceiling Panels is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
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Oxford Latte Ceiling Panels shine when subtlety is desired but boring just won't do. Their light brown color is warm and anything but boring.

  • 2' x 4' (2' x 2' also available)
  • Latte
  • Can be installed in both standard 1" and slimline 9/16" drop ceiling grid
  • Suitable for use as edge trim
  • Made from recyclable, 0.030" thick rigid vinyl plastic
  • Lightweight and flexible for easy installation
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Your tiles were fantastic! Easy to order, easy to work with, easy to install, and, most important of all, they look beautiful! I rate them a 5. In the past, I have used Armstrong ceiling tiles, but I will never go back to them - your tiles are far superior in every respect. I have attached some photos of the finished basement. The family is really enjoying their new room. Keep your standards high and keep putting out an excellent product.
Date published: 2014-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a beautiful, lightweight, durable, product. The finish on it is beautiful. You truly get a quality product. We went to a big box store which carried another brand, but the quality is nowhere close to this tile. The steps for installation is very simple. Even though my husband is a DIYer we still had a professional come in an install the tiles. Once the whole ceiling is done, I will post a follow up comment with the pictures of the ceiling.
Date published: 2015-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Oxford ceiling tiles look awesome. It took a little bit of time to notch the border tiles to fit around the grids, but we chose to do that rather than flip them over because we liked the look. Sharp scissors are a must. Very easy to work with. customer service was super. Answered all our questions, and when we found ourselves short a couple tiles it was no problem to do an add on. Highly recommended.
Date published: 2015-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The tiles look great and would rate them a 5. The only suggestion I have is to find a good set of angled scissors to cut the tiles. Cutting with standard scissors was a little more difficult than I thought it would be. A cheaper version Lenox 22207 207 offset snip.
Date published: 2013-11-27
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Is this the same as the Cambridge tile just flipped over?  Can the Cambridge tile be flipped over to have the same look as the Oxford?  Any issues installing the Cambridge this way?

Asked by: AletaL
You are correct! The Oxford is an inverted Cambridge. Since the design of the Cambridge tile projects down from the ceiling, it can only be installed as a full 2x2 tile in a ceiling grid. Since most ceilings don't lay out to a perfect 2x2 grid, there are usually tiles around the perimeter of the room that must be cut. When you cut a Cambridge and try to install it in a ceiling grid, that downward facing design prevents the tile from sitting flush in the grid. Flipping the Cambridge over allows the tile to sit flush in the grid while continuing the "square within a square' pattern and there are no issues with installing a Cambridge in this fashion. Flipping a cut Cambridge tile over works for our standard colors (white, sand, merlot, latte, and black) because those colored tiles are a uniform color on the front and back. But the Faux Metallic and Faux Wood finishes are only finished on one side. We've developed the Oxford for use as a border tile to the Cambridge in those 2 finish groups.
Answered by: The Ceiluminary
Date published: 2017-08-31
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