We've come a long way since the ceilings of the 70's. No longer banished to the basement, these ceiling styles work perfectly in any room - either above or below ground.
Defined by symmetry and attention to detail, a traditional style is an enduring classic. To help create this look in your home, incorporate the timeless design of coffered or tin look ceilings.
This relaxed style says “welcome home” by using soft whites, worn-in finishes, and lots of texture. White ceiling planks add another layer of dimension.
A great idea to enhance a modern decor is finishing it with a modern ceiling. A shallow coffered ceiling style can bring a simple dimension to any modern setting.
“Coastal” has become a popular home trend in the last few years. One easy way to bring this cheerful style into your home is with a white beadboard or plank ceiling.
230-years of history? Check. 125 wheel moving jack? Check. 1 massive home? Check. Find out how Mark and Judy Ashley lifted a home, moved it down the road, and renovated it with the help of Armstrong Ceilings.
There are pros and cons to both real wood and MDF ceilings, but for an easier and less time-consuming wood ceiling solution, WOODHAVEN ceiling planks are the clear winner.
Knock down texture is a great way to cover up imperfections on ceilings while getting a custom plaster look. Why not save the time and mess with a ceiling designed with this visual in mind?
Are you remodeling and considering alternatives to drywall ceilings? This article will shed some light on stylish options for your custom taste.