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Product Review – Decorative Ceiling Tiles

A few weeks ago, I was sent some ceiling tiles from Decorative Ceiling Tiles.  They sell a variety of easy to install ceiling tiles.  They sell tin ceiling tiles, drop ceiling tiles, moldings, and more.  You can use the tiles for all sorts of decorating ideas . . . not just for the ceiling.  I was sent one faux tin ceiling tile, and one foam tile.
The tin tile is a rich copper color and has a very ornate pattern.  The material is thin and durable, and easily withstood Hannah’s attempts to run around with it.  She got a hold of it after I first took it out of the box.  After some debating, I’ve decided to place the tile on the wall in the dinning room.  It will go between two large oriental paintings.Now, the foam tile has been the most fun.  At first I had no idea what to do with it.  I figured on putting it somewhere on the wall, but, beyond that, I had no clue.  My mom said that it would look neat with pictures on it.  We bounded some ideas around and eventually decided on this: paint it with the colors that will eventually go on Hannah’s walls, put it up by the rocking chair, and use either sticky-tack or tape to put pictures on it.  It’s going to be sort of like a fancy cork board.
Partially finished.

It’s a bit of a work in progress right now.  So far, I’ve gotten the edges done in a similar blue color.  Next, I’ll add in the light green (the color I already have).  For the pink, I’m just going to mix some of the paint I already have since I haven’t gotten the room paint yet.  To finish it all off, I picked up a matte acrylic spray coating to seal and help protect the paint.  I won’t get to work on the walls again until spring, but it will be nice to have this up.  I’m using two of those Command removable strips to put it up, so that I’ll be able to take it down in a few months to finish painting her room.  I’ll do a feature/article on what all I did once it’s finished.

Overall, the tiles are wonderful.  I’d love to be able to do the kitchen ceiling with some.  The tiles are going to vary by price, depending on what you are getting.  Tin and faux tin start at about $10, while foam starts at about $4.  They have a ton of items, so you really need to fully browse the site to see them all.  You can get more information at their website, or you can visit them at their Facebook page.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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