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Suspended Ceiling Tiles and Panels

It is not entirely clear who invented the modern drop ceiling, or even exactly when, but there is no doubt that they have been such an enduring success.

Glue on cardboard, covered in foil, and then with black paint rubbed in. Gorgeous!

from Hometalk

# Budget upgrade Good Bye Popcorn Ceiling

"Good Bye Popcorn Ceiling. Easy and relatively inexpensive way to cover up popcorn ceiling. No mess no scraping. Just glue up (we used cheap caulk for the adhesive) These ultra lite tiles made of recycled Styrofoam are easy to cut and can be painted"

from Decorative Ceiling Tiles, Inc. Store

Elizabethan Shield - Faux Tin Ceiling Tile - 24"x24" - #DCT 04

DCT 04 faux tin ceiling tile is a glue up tile that comes in Antique Copper, White Pearl, Antique White.

Draw a design of raised glue, cover it with tin foil, rub with shoe polish & follow this link to see the metal art YOU can create!!!

from The Home Depot

Cambridge White 2 ft. x 2 ft. Lay-in or Glue-up Ceiling Panel (Case of 6)

Ceilume Cambridge White 2 ft. x 2 ft. Lay-in or Glue-up Ceiling Panel (Case of 6)-V3-CAMB-22WTO - The Home Depot

A cardboard letter, elmers glue, aluminum foil and paint= Awesome DIY letter on…

Draw a design on a canvas with Elmer's glue, then paint and hang on the wall for an instant pizzazz in your dorm.

from BobVila.com

10 Ways to Bring Historic Style Home

Tin Ceiling Tiles Tin ceilings gained popularity in America in the late 1800s as an affordable alternative to the ornate plaster ceilings of European homes. By the Victorian Era (1839-1901), thin-rolled tin plate was being mass-produced. Today, you can get reproductions of many of the original tin ceiling panels, like this glue-up ceiling installation using Better than Tin's Empire Paintable White Ceiling Tiles.