Eye-Catching Ceiling Decor
Decorative ceiling tiles come in a variety of materials and are an easy way to personalize your ceiling.
Have you ever thought about how often you notice your ceiling? Why not make it an eye catching asset instead of an area that never attracts any interest? Maybe your room is small, or has another detriment that you’d like to detract attention from. Apart from creating a raised or architecturally modified ceiling, there are some fascinating paint and tile options to dress up that forgotten space.
Decorative Ceiling Tiles are a unique and beautiful way to really create the “wow” factor with your ceiling. These tiles come in Styrofoam tiles, PVC tiles, and painted ceiling tiles. Very easy to install, some even imitate the appearance of hammered copper. Compliment with crown moldings to really set off and complete the effect.
Ceiling Wallpaper comes in a wide selection of styles including a striking faux tin raised wall covering and a classic antique medallion accent. Choose from different Victorian patterns that can be painted to suit your fancy. Or, for a completely different look, how about an imitation carved stone wallpaper?
Ceiling Paint can not only be used to add style and interest to a room, but can work to create different size illusions. A general rule to follow is: if a room is 8’ or under, you should paint the ceiling one to two shades lighter that the wall color. If it is higher than 8’, you should actually paint it two shades darker than the wall color. Incorporate different textures for more of a fashion statement.
A Tongue & Groove Ceiling is a more natural choice for ceiling design. Wooden planks fit tightly together with large beams in-between to create a lovely rustic look.
With all of the delightful ceiling choices, why not add some interest to your room and change that boring plain ceiling into an eye-catching asset? Have a certified painting contractor in your area give you a free-estimate today to give your ceiling a makeover.
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