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How to Install Faux Tin Ceiling Tiles

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How To Install Faux Tin Ceiling Tiles
How To Install Faux Tin Ceiling Tiles

In the “old days”, ceilings in banks, schools, and other institutions were covered with painted, patterned tin, often to hide imperfections in the plaster. Today, faux tin ceiling tiles accomplish the same thing, look great, and are very easy to put up…just click Next to see our instructions on how to install faux tin ceiling tiles.

Don’t want to go through the trouble of actually installing tiles?  See our post on how to wallpaper the ceiling.

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  1. Joanne
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    Where do I find the Styrofoam tiles. Love the idea and want to do our bathrooms.

    • Wanda
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      Hi Joanne…I bought mine on amazon.com. If you do a search for “styrofoam ceiling tiles” on either amazon.com or google.com, you will get a bunch of different options…just make sure to get the glue-up kind if you want to do this type of installation. Thanks for visiting!

  2. Nate
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    Hi, Thank you for all of this great detail!

    How have the tiles held up over time?
    Are the edges still looking aligned?

    Have you noticed any changes around the edges? I am considering faux ceiling tiles with a crown molding. Do you have any thoughts/suggestions there?

    Thanks again!
    Nate

    • Wanda
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      Hi Nate…The tiles have held up really well. I was a little afraid having them in a bathroom and kitchen that they might not stand up to the heat and moisture, but they look just as good now as they did when they were installed. Everything is still lined up and nothing is coming off the ceiling. I put the ceiling tiles up in my den which has crown moldings and it looks great (you can see that project here). I used the exact same process to install them, but did all measurements to the edge of the molding instead of to the wall (I think you could also install the tiles first and then put the moldings up on top of them if you wanted to). Good luck with it!

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