Improve the look of the ceiling without having to remove and throw away existing ceiling tiles.
Found a decorative ceiling tile that can be used directly under existing acoustical tiles to improve the look while keeping acoustics.
Everyone this is Cindy. I transform my new salon with these beautiful decorative ceiling tiles from www.decorativeceilingtiles.net. I ended up finding this website from Google because they had decorative ceiling tiles for all budgets they have different types of materials like tin copper faux tin faux leather and so much more. I had a drop in ceiling I ended up picking something that would work for my space the designer ended up picking was called the raised panel design in faux tin number 505 in matte white the installation was so easy it took about three hours for me to do with another person for a 1,500 square feet space so depending on how small or how big your space is it will vary in time I highly recommend the faux tin because it looks like tin but the material is like a soft moldable plastic so when you're pushing up the ceiling tile you can keep your existing ceiling tile and it just kind of goes under it and it makes it so easy because you don't have to throw away the existing ceiling tile I'm so excited for how it turned out walking into the salon the floors are a really nice aspect of the salon but when you look at the ceiling and you see those beautiful ceiling tiles it just sets the mood and even for such a small budget I was able to make my space look like a million bucks so let me know what you guys think of the transformation.
"I am so excited for how it turned out, when you look at the ceiling it looks like million bucks even with a low budget that I have had."
1500 Sq. Ft.
Des Moines, Washington
Raised Panel #505
Raised Panel - Faux Tin Drop Ceiling Tile - #505 - White Matte
PVC / Faux Tin