How can I cover my kitchen ceiling inexpensively?


I need to put a covering on my ceiling because it's not smooth and just painting it isn't enough. The Mud that was on there cracked and need to be scraped off. Is there anything I can cover it with that don't coast a lot and will last beside more mud? Thanks

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  • Joan Joan on Feb 05, 2019

    Ceiling tiles. Maybe a psinable wzllpaper, some wallpaper have embossed deigns that look good.

  • Jean Proctor Jean Proctor on Feb 05, 2019

    I had a ceiling in a kitchen dining area that had popcorn ceiling stuff on it... When we scraped it down it would of needed a professional to to re do it. I used textured wall paper that looked like metal tiles. and then painted it a a silver.

    The wall paper also works for back splash, was/is available at Lowe's and Home Depot and cost about $18 a roll when I got mine, If your kitchen is small this shouldn't cost that much. My area was fairly large so I used a special glue. I also had to have helpers... but the results were extremely good

  • Deneen Larson Deneen Larson on Feb 05, 2019

    I really love the look of tin ceiling tiles. The are relatively inexpensive running about $2-3 per square foot.

  • Shore grandmom Shore grandmom on Feb 05, 2019

    There are all kinds of ceiling tiles. When I was a kid, my mom even put stick on floor tiles on the ceiling. You could also put beadboard or ship lap on your ceiling.