17 Innovative Ways to Brighten Up Your Home With Ceiling Tiles

Although you may not spend a lot of time looking up, your ceiling plays a central role in defining the look and feel of your living space. The atmosphere and color scheme of a room is always enhanced with the right choice of ceiling tiles, which is why you need to choose wisely going forward. Check out the innovative ways that these savvy Hometalkers used ceiling tiles to completely transform and revitalize their homes.

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1. The Styrofoam Ceiling Tiles Solution

What do you do when your new home has a fragile, unsightly ceiling? Rather than spending thousands replacing the whole thing, you can copy this Hometalker by buying 300

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2. Hide a Popcorn Ceiling with Decorative Tiles

There are few things more unattractive and detrimental to your home's value than a 'popcorn ceiling'. You can put those bumps out of sight by doing as this Hometalker did

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3. Regal Ceiling Tiles on a Budget

If you want palatial gold ceiling tiles to give your home a Beverly Hills feel without spending thousands, you can opt for the sneaky budget approach taken here. They

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4. Faux Tin Ceiling Tiles in Five Hours Flat

When it comes to decorative ceiling tiles, faux tin is one of the hottest trends in home decor right now. There are plenty of easy-to-install alternatives to tin which

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5. Drop Ceiling Tiles with a Retro Twist

Drop ceiling tiles are a hugely popular style, but they tend to have a reputation for uninspiring design. This Hometalker worked around that by using retro metallic paint

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6. Luxurious Gold Ceiling Tiles to Impress

If you're feeling something truly extravagant for your ceiling tiles, why not go all-out by installing real metal and PVC tiles to give your living space a sleek upgrade.

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7. Modern & Monochrome Faux-Tin Ceiling Tiles

Consult any home decor magazine these days and it'll tell you that monochrome is back with a bang. Add a little Metropolis to your home with these faux tin, silver PVC

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8. Eco-Friendly Drop Ceiling Tiles Upgrade

Drop ceiling tiles add weight and a sense of comfort and refinement to any room. This often means they are expensive to buy and install. One way to work around it and do

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9. Elegant Budget Tin Ceiling Tiles Makeover

As this smart Hometalker points out, genuine tin can be exorbitantly expensive, at around $50 per panel. If you want the tin ceiling tile effect without the cost, you can

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10. A Seriously Stylish Ceiling Plan

If you want the kind of 3D circular ceiling panels often seen in trendy hotel lobbies, there are easy ways to get there. These Hometalkers simply used an MDF board, a

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11. Stick-On Ceiling Tiles for Your Kitchen

Would you have guessed that these beautiful decorative ceiling tiles cost less than $400 to buy and install? With a 300 square foot of Coronado Glue-Up Styrofoam Ceiling

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12. Give Old Ceiling Tiles a New Lease of Life

You might want to consider other uses for spare or old ceiling tiles. This crafty Hometalker decided that, rather than throwing her elegant tiles away, she could give

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13. An Elegant Ceiling Tile Backsplash

You can also use your unused ceiling tiles to beautify your kitchen backsplash. This Hometalker did just that by screwing three ceramic tiles to a 1x2 board, painting

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14. Tin Ceiling Tiles Make Summery Flower Pockets

Another way to get maximum mileage from your tiles is to use them as stylish wall hangings for your plants or even your magazines. This Hometalker found some old ceiling

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15. Quirky and Colorful Printing Ceiling Tiles

This trendy Hometalker wanted to recreate the look and feel of their favorite coffee shop in their own kitchen and did so by revamping the ceiling tiles. This easy peasy

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16. Beadboard Tiles for a Faux-Coffered Ceiling

A classic coffered ceiling can make your home look like a beach getaway in The Hamptons. These Hometalkers went the budget route, using some beadboard tiles, 1x6s, and

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17. A Tile-Look Ceiling Design Using Wallpaper

Finally, these Hometalkers showed us how to have a textured tiled ceiling aesthetic using some $40 wallpaper and some MDF wooden shelves. The wallpaper can be glued to

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