Paneling/flooring on a ceiling: Good or bad idea?
After a plumbing disaster upstairs, we had to remove our plaster and lathe dining room ceiling in our 1916 house. Some of the exposed rafters were cracked and damaged, so Handy Hubby repaired the damage by sistering in new beams. He then had to level each rafter/beam to each other so he could put up drywall. After an injury, he can't jockey the 4x8 or 4x12 drywall up to the ceiling, so we're considering using beadboard paneling strips or some sort of flooring that will go up in sections.
The beadboard will give the room a farmhouse country look, which I like. Need to know, however, about any tips, tricks, or advice anyone might have.
I currently have stinky dirty carpeting in my living room and I want to replace it with a durable flooring that can stand up to dogs and kids.
Does having a paint over a popcorn ceiling change how I'd remove the popcorn ceiling?
Has anyone used paneling or appropriate flooring on a ceiling? After a plumbing disaster upstairs, we had to remove our plaster and lathe dining room ceiling in our... See more
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How remove popcorn ceiling/walls? Do I have to drywall over everything? It was done to hide cracks from an old home.
I'm renovating a 1979 fixer upper and have a dropped ceiling in the downstairs den. The tiles are probably original and I will eventually replace them with something... See more