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Decorative Ceiling Tiles For Your Basement

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If you are lucky enough to live in a home with a basement, don’t let that extra space go to waste. Spruce it up with ceiling tiles and you’ll have a beautiful living space literally at your feet. With decorative ceiling tiles for basements, you can set aside space for playing, working, or just relaxing. But you need the right ceiling tiles for basement renovation projects, and that is where we come in!

Wouldn’t it be great to have a recreation room, playroom, “man cave,” craft room, or workroom right in your own home instead of having your basement look like a commercial warehouse? You might even be able to put that unused space to work earning money for you as a rental apartment, with the proper plumbing and permits, of course. With a fully furnished and decorated basement, those teenagers who have been begging for their own room (or your “boomerang” offspring who have moved back home) can even have a separate area all to themselves! All of this starts with the right basement ceiling tiles to get your project started.

If you have an unfinished basement, chances are good that it’s drab, drafty, and damp. But you don’t have to live atop an ugly, unfinished mess. All of that ugliness should be your inspiration for some great basement drop ceiling ideas. Our decorative drop-in tiles are perfect for disguising the hanging pipes, air ducts, and wires that are commonly found dangling from basement ceilings.

Color in your basement ceiling tiles is a great way to lighten up a dark basement, and we offer you the option to buy tiles in bright primary colors as well as pretty pastels. Or, if you prefer, you can paint them yourself. Our metallic and faux-metal tiles will add a real shine. As a finishing touch, add some recessed light fixtures and your basement ceiling will really sparkle! Check out our online selection to see which panels appeal to you and see how we help create the best ceilings for basements all over the world.

If your basement is damp or subject to occasional flooding, check out our faux-tin tiles. These basement drop ceiling tiles are moisture-resistant, so mold and mildew won’t take hold easily. And best of all, they are Class A fire-rated for safety and installation is simple.

Even if you use it only to do laundry, you can still make your basement an enjoyable, stress-free place with our beautiful decorative ceiling tiles for basements. Shop our online store to find the perfect ceiling tiles for basement renovations.

Remember to send us any questions you may have about basement ceiling panels and we will do our best to get you an answer fast.

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awesome !

we used these over our basement tiles they were so easy to install and I can't believe how amazing our ceiling now looks. Everyone that comes in raves of how beautiful they look. Nobody can believe they are plastic. They are beautiful and worth every penny ! I wish I wouldn't have waited so long to install these! I'm looking now to see where else I can put them.
- Debbie, Sterling Heights, MI
Unbeleivable how something so inexpensive makes a huge statement in any room!

I have an Office which went under renovations and we neede to keep the ceiling accessable, since there is plumbing pipes above on the next level. We couldn't drywall. The only other choice was ceiling tiles. Yuk, that is somthing you put in a Basement, until I seen these beautiful Tiles. I can't tell you how Happy I was when they were installed. It looks like a ceiling you had custom made. If I could use this product in another room I won't hesitate!
- Delighted
beautiful product

BUT you need to know that there is a DEPTH measurement that should be advertised. Not just length and width. I'm putting this ceiling in a basement (I hope) and might have to have some pipes moved because the ceiling height is an issue. If i can get the pipes removed, the resulting ceiling will almost be coffered, which will look great.
- Unknown

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