# Budget upgrade Good Bye Popcorn Ceiling

$550.00
2 Days
Easy

What an easy and relatively inexpensive way to cover up the 80's popcorn ceiling . No mess no scraping. Just glue up ( we used cheap caulk for the adhesive) These ultra lite tiles made of recycled Styrofoam are easy to cut and can be painted.It would have cost around $1200 to have the old ceiling scraped down and another $1200 to have it refinished and painted . I spent around $600 total. I think it looks fantastic and with out all the mess !
good bye popcorn ceiling, tiling
Only 2 more cut pieces to go.
good bye popcorn ceiling, tiling
Place the tiles as close together as possible.
good bye popcorn ceiling, tiling
We dropped a chalk line to find the center ( which just happened to be under the ceiling fan.) and started laying the tiles out from there.
good bye popcorn ceiling, tiling
changed out the ceiling fan
good bye popcorn ceiling, tiling
good bye popcorn ceiling, tiling

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  • Jody
    on Aug 9, 2018

    is it a fire barrie? where can i find it? price? styles


  • Charlotte Hopkins
    on Sep 13, 2018

    I xam doing a she shed the measurement are 8x12. How much would it be for this ceiling

    • David Lambert
      on Sep 15, 2018

      Don't let them,

      Burn Down your,

      She Shed Cheryl.

      All State, is busy in the Carolnia's

      this month. lol

      12 x 8 = 96 sq ft.

      12"x24"is 2 sq ft

      12"x12"=1 sq ft.

      add 15%for . cut's

      Hope that Help.

  • Lee Anne Sellare
    on Oct 4, 2018

    What is the name of the company that makes /sells these tiles????

    • Son374388
      8 days ago

      They sale the real one at Lowes, for a cheaper version that I've heard looks great made from Styrofoam, order online from wal-mart.

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  • Tanaquil LeMaster
    on Jul 17, 2018

    This is interesting. I wonder how tough is the styrofoam are and how long it can stay last while the humidity and/or leaking ceiling.

    • David Lambert
      on Sep 15, 2018

      You might be better off ,using the Plastic or Vinyl. It cost about 25% more, just an idea. , Good Luck.

  • Lee Anne Sellare
    on Oct 5, 2018

    Would love to do this! Just need to know where to get the tiles or the name of the manufacturer so I can contact them

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