How to cover popcorn ceiling

Can you cover a popcorn ceiling with the thinner beadboard - and how should it be adhered properly? I also have these beams going on.
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  • Lar24676404 Lar24676404 on Oct 09, 2017
    This is two things I done with my popcorn ceilings. In one room I put up ceiling tile. In the other rooms I sprayed the ceiling with water to loosen the popcorn and scraped it all of then painted it.

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  • Cynthia H Cynthia H on Oct 09, 2017
    We covered a decrepit plaster ceiling in my closet a couple of years ago. We used bead board, with narrow wood strips nailed to the old ceiling to level the new one and to have a good nailer. Still looks great, and was not that hard to put up.

  • Sheila Lewis Sheila Lewis on Oct 13, 2017
    The ceilings in our home are all popcorn. Not only had some of the popcorn peeled away over the years in the living and dining area, the previous owners tried to cover these areas with a popcorn spray in a can. Can I just say UGLY!? On top of all that ugliness the ceiling in these areas had begun to sag between the joists. To remedy both problems without tearing down approximately 400sqft of the ceiling and dealing with blown-in insulation all over the place we decided to put a new ceiling over the old one. My husband screwed 1"x3" boards the length of the joists and then nailed knotty pine tongue n groove to the 1"x3" boards in the opposite direction of the joists. The results are beautiful. We've decided to leave the knotty pine in its original finish. We might paint it white later down the road.