Exquisite Styling and So Much More in Today’s Drop Ceilings

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Stylish Drop Ceilings

Step up the style in any tired room with a decorative drop ceiling.

Just about every home has a room that looks a little too lived-in. Maybe it doesn’t need a total makeover, but just a nip and tuck for a fresher look. Decorative drop ceilings are an easy, affordable, and creative way to give a tired room – or any room – a facelift.

Style Evolution of Drop Ceilings

Style Evolution of Drop Ceilings

Drop ceilings have come a long way since their days as a convenient cover-up for unsightly basement ceilings. Today’s drop ceilings are a high-style decorating option for expressing your personal taste. With such a wide array of contemporary textures, patterns, and designer finishes, it’s easy to create a coordinated look that you’ll love. Here are a few ideas for selecting a style.

Drop Ceiling Panel Styles

Drop Ceiling Panel Styles

If you're looking for a drop ceiling style to give a room a classic look, go with textured ceiling panels. Surface options range from subtle textures like fine sand to more detailed plaster styles. For something more expressive, wrap your ceiling in a pattern. Playful geometrics, romantic motifs, or graphic panes – all can be used to anchor a décor theme. When choosing a pattern or texture, remember to keep proportion in mind. Large scale designs look great in an oversize room, but could overwhelm a small space.

How about a conversation-starting ceiling, one that’ll impress guests with a unique style and breathtaking design? Then look no further than the dynamic coffered ceiling or the ultimate in old-world glamour, the look of historic tin captured in metal ceiling tiles.

Drop Ceilings and Room Height

Drop Ceilings and Room Height

Forget the myth that drop ceilings lower room height. Today’s drop ceiling grid hangs down only three inches from the existing ceiling. Installation is a straightforward job that any skilled DIYer can do by attaching hanger wires to the ceiling joists with nails or screws and then suspending the main beams and cross tees. Then 24” x 24” or 24” x 48” panels are inserted into the open metal grid, and the drop ceiling is complete.

Drop ceilings make it affordably easy to update any room with exquisite style.