1) All basement ceilings are ugly.
Ditch the notion that basement ceilings need to resemble the drop ceiling panels in your old elementary school or corporate office and embrace stylish tiles and planks designed for your home.
For a trendy yet timeless feel, try real metal ceiling tiles designed to look like antique tin. Perfect for home bars, libraries, wine cellars, and game rooms, these panels will make your basement uniquely memorable. Add warmth with cooper or brass, enhance the feel of openness with white, or add a touch of cool elegance with chrome or lacquered steel. Coordinating grid kits, are available in these finishes that contain everything you need to install 64 sq. ft. of ceiling. Panels are sold separately.
If you’re in love with a farmhouse feel, like log cabin or coastal vibes, or just want to add an element of nature or visual interest, check out painted or natural wood look ceiling planks. They can even be installed over an old 15/16” ceiling grid, completely covering it!