How do I put a ceiling in my bathroom if I don’t have that much room
I have a beautiful bathroom that doesn’t have a ceiling . It’s been redone for over 15 years (I know you are shocked, I am too )my husband doesn’t know how to finish the ceiling bc we want panels to have access to the wires and there’s another bathroom above this bathroom . We don’t have enough room for panels . How can we finish this ceiling?
How to remove popcorn ceiling that has been painted?
Does having a paint over a popcorn ceiling change how I'd remove the popcorn ceiling?
If I put gold leaf on my ceiling in the bathroom would I have to seal?
If I put gold leaf on my bathroom ceiling would it have to be sealed to keep it from molding or I don't know what could go wrong and if so what would I use to seal it... See more
I have drop ceiling in my bathroom that looks cheap, needs facelift!
a Vent is also in the ceiling, and I would like a vent cover over that too...but it’s large cheap plastic tile sheets from the local home builders store in place no... See more
I want to retile my bathroom. After taking down the old tile around the tub, if the wall is not damaged, does the wall
board have to be replaced?
How can I refinish my bathroom vanity without stripping?
My vanity has places where the finish is worn off from water splashes. The current finish is clear on oak and looks yellow. I do not want paint it but would like the... See more
How do I add a toilet or bathroom at my backyard?
My apartment bathroom does not have a medicine cabinet.
I need suggestions what to do with all the necessary items I need daily so they don't clutter the countertop.
Wow! Check your local Building code. How did this pass inspection? I would finish off properly installing a access panel to gain entry. Since there is a bathroom above, hire a licensed contractor to help you out.
You can put in a drop ceiling. They aren't the commercial kind either.
There are ceiling tiles that fasten right to the rafters in various colors. See if you can match the wood in the door and the medicine cabinet.
Go to the top of the page and type in what you want in the "Find Your Next Project" I have had good results there.
Am I right in believing you have wires in your ceiling? Other than for a canned shower light, how did this happen? If the light is LED, I doubt you'll ever need access to wiring. My shower ceilings were finished with hard cote plaster, and tiled.
You can just finish with drywall and install an access door. Drywall is easy to remove if you ever needed additional access.
I would use FRP we get ours at menards you may need to buy inside corners outside corners and splices and plastic caps for your screws. They come in 4x6 sheets and they are fragile so you have to lay them flat or stand them on the edges with a brace that's just as tall as the are. Good luck see if YouTube has any videos on installation.