What is a Coffered Ceiling?
A coffered ceiling is a group of sunken panels of various shapes in a ceiling. Dating back to when they were made of stone, a coffered ceiling was considered an architectural feat of construction. In modern times, coffered ceiling often refers to a custom wooden frame over ceiling panels to create the look of the historical design.
Benefits of a Drop Coffered Ceiling
Armstrong coffered panels give homeowners the ability to create a custom look. These plastic ceiling tiles are available in black and white finishes and deep or shallow heights for different dimensional effects. You can mix and match panel colors, designs, or even invert panels for a unique effect.
Each coffered ceiling tile is made of rigid PVC (plastic). This manufacturing method means panels are easy to handle while installing. Plastic ceiling panels are lightweight compared to standard ceiling tiles so installation is less strenuous.
Sag, Mold, and Mildew Resistance
One characteristic that makes coffered ceiling tiles a preferred ceiling option is that they have resistance to sagging, mold and mildew. Their lightweight construction makes the tiles easy-to-clean and maintenance-free.