Decorative Ceiling Tiles...Why Didn't I Think If This?

Hello Readers!On this rainy, cold November day, I wanted to spread the word about my latest discovery and love for ceiling tiles. Many of you probably have that annoying and not so elegant popcorn ceiling in your home. I am all for customizing my space for me and hiding eye sores. I rent an apartment and this process is necessary in each space I move into. How can I make it my own? How can I transform an empty room, into a cozy, zen, harmonious space? Decorative Ceiling tiles is a great new business that manufactures and installs ceiling tiles (amongst other items that you will learn about in this post). These tiles can come in many colors, patterns, textures and amplify the look of your space! These decorative ceiling "eye candy" can be used in all kinds of interiors. They are extremely popular in restaurants and hotels to give a more elegant feel to the aesthetic. They really dress up a room and add more dimension to a space. But why not bring that elegant aesthetic home with you? Everyone should be able to transform their homes into sophisticated and opulent oasis. Read more at http://artsandclassy.blogspot.com/2013/11/decorative-ceiling-tileswhy-didnt-i.html
I am loving the gold Faux Tin Ceiling Tile. It is reminiscent of The Great Gatsby and the "Art Deco" feel that I adore! Read more at http://artsandclassy.blogspot.com/2013/11/decorative-ceiling-tileswhy-didnt-i.html#6CqD8QuFSsX8leRm.
Can I also mention that these tiles are made of PVC and are super easy to install yourself? This pattern is known as "Op Art" and are actually made of a heavy duty styrofoam! I never would have thought in a million years, that...
So for all you on a budget out there, can surely afford to treat yourselves! This lovely design is named "Topkapi Palace" and is also a design made in the styrofoam material. Can we please bask in the opulence of this pattern?
This pattern is the same as above, but these have been painted with an accent of gold! I didn't even recognize these as the same tile! I love that you can paint them too! Read more at http://artsandclassy.blogspot.com/2013/11/decorativ
This "Line Art" pattern tile is a styrofoam gem as well and won't break the bank! Read more at http://artsandclassy.blogspot.com/2013/11/decorative-ceiling-tileswhy-didnt-i.html#6CqD8QuFSsX8leRm.99
This tile pattern is "Perceptions" and has an amazing chic modern look to it. I have seen tiles like these at a company called inhabit living, that let me tell you, these are a fraction of the cost, but still achieve the same look.
"The Virginian" pattern celling tile is made of styrofoam and has a fun, simple look to it. Read more at http://artsandclassy.blogspot.com/2013/11/decorative-ceiling-tileswhy-didnt-i.html#6CqD8QuFSsX8leRm.99
"Kensington Gardens" doesn't that sound like place you would like to visit? Yet another inexpensive choice in the many collections this company has up their sleeves. I love ALL of the choices!! There is something for everyone's taste!
"Diamond Wreath" styrofoam tiles are fun and flirty! Read more at http://artsandclassy.blogspot.com/2013/11/decorative-ceiling-tileswhy-didnt-i.html#6CqD8QuFSsX8leRm.99
You can even use them as a cool ! This pattern is referred to "Princess Victoria" and is made of Aluminum, but I am enjoying how these home customized these 2 kitchen backsplashes! Read more at http://artsandclassy.blogspot.com/2013/11
Here is another example of the "Princess Victoria" tiles unpainted. Read more at http://artsandclassy.blogspot.com/2013/11/decorative-ceiling-tileswhy-didnt-i.html#6CqD8QuFSsX8leRm.99

Meredith Schneider
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  • Julie Julie on Jul 22, 2014
    Hi, thanks so much for showing these tiles! After seeing your post, we've been in contact with the company and even received a sample styrofoam tile, which we really like. What kind of experience did you have when ordering with them? Good? Any problems? Did you order many at once (diff. tiles) or one room at a time? Who was your rep? Not knowing the company at all, you understand we're a little reserved & cautious. Thanks for any info! If you'd rather email me directly let me know...

  • Sue Novak Sue Novak on Jan 24, 2015
    Amazingly beautiful.

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