Lula Harper. Ceiling Trend. May 17th , 2018.
Suspended ceiling or known also as dropped ceilings are ceilings that are placed underneath the existing one and hide any kinds of wiring or piping that may be sticking out of the current ceiling. Suspended ceilings are a great idea as they allow you to hide all of the clutter that is up there already allowing for maintenance to be carried out on anything that is there without as much risk as you would without the suspended ceiling being there.
Beautiful, ornate, antique tin ceiling tiles are very popular today and are being used as decorative accessories, wall décor, supports for artwork and of course, for home remodeling projects. These elegant and charming "collectibles" are back in vogue and continue to attract many buyers.
When you begin the search, you will find different types of tiles to decorate the ceiling of your home. However, do not act on impulse and buy whatever has caught your fancy. Try to gather some information about the tiles before making any decision. If you are searching for some unique quality you can opt for Acoustical tiles. This tile reduces the noise. This type of tile is famous for the ability to soak sound. It is said that this tile is made from glass and starch. White is the usual color of the tile. However, you will find this type of tile in some other colors also.
Ceiling tins can be found in original form or as newly manufactured products made to mimic the charm and elegance of the older looks. There are several groups of people who are eager to find tiles in their original form: collectors, homeowners and artists/crafters.
Tin plated steel ceiling panels possessed an additional characteristic that fueled their popularity. They have an hour burn rating at 1300 degrees, which provided an effective fire retardent. In the early 20th century, many first floor stores and shops had apartments homes on the second floor. Tin ceilings installed on the first floor gave the second floor residents adequate time to escape a deadly fire.
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