No need to remove popcorn from existing ceiling.
Styrofoam tile and molding in Guest Bedroom.
The Butterflies on the ceiling are just so beautiful and relaxing to guests. Call 800-349-5799
Decorative Ceiling Tiles 20"x 20" (2.67 SF) creates a Great Do It Yourself Project..
Made of extruded polystyrene (high density Styrofoam), tiles can be applied with glue for foam over any secure surface. Eliminate the messy, costly process of Popcorn Removal, easy to install, save time and money. Using only water based Metallic or plain paint in any color with roller, brush, sponge or cloth to create Faux Design. Eco friendly, change ugly ceiling into a beautiful ceiling!
Guest Bedroom After S-09 Butterfly imprint Styrofoam tile
Guest Bedroom during see water stains on existing popcorn
Tiles in place. Finishing project with Crown Molding
S-09 Butterfly Imprint.
Room was completed with M-10 Crown Molding

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3 questions
  • Shirley
    on Apr 29, 2016

    Do these tiles come in a different pattern besides butterflies?

    • Bev
      on Aug 15, 2016

      It comes in several patterns that look like old tin ceilings check Home Depot Online.

    • Joyce
      on Sep 28, 2016

      did they have plain I'm not a fan of patterns

    • Debb
      on Aug 16, 2018

      I did the same in a 1932 building using the tiles that look like pressed tin. It's held up for 15 years now and still looks great. The nice big trim around the edges just makes it

  • Diane
    on May 21, 2016

    Can i use this idea to completely cover my dropped ceiling in kitchen? That would include covering the metal the old tile fits into & edges the drop ceiling to wall...

  • Kathy c
    on Oct 19, 2016

    I am getting ready to do this to cover old water stains that are not responsive to kikz. Wondering if they could be painted first then glued up. My shoulders will not tolerate painting overhead.

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