Ceilings

The style of your ceiling is more than structural. Ceilings are as integral to conveying interior design as the walls, flooring and furniture in a room. There are a surprising number of ceiling styles common in homes todayfrom a simple, flat surface that barely gets noticed to dramatic and decorative ceilings that really grab your attention.

CONVENTIONAL CEILING
This is the ceiling so commonly seen in the vast majority of homes. Typically 8 feet high to conform to standard construction material sizes, conventional ceilings have a simple flat surface and accessible height, making them easy to decorate.

SUSPENDED CEILINGS
A suspended or drop ceiling is a secondary ceiling that hangs below an existing flat ceiling. It's made up of lightweight, acoustic ceiling panels laid into a metal grid that is suspended from the ceiling by hangers or wires.

COFFERED CEILING
This dramatic ceiling style has a grid of sunken panels divided and accented by molding. The effect creates a waffle-like pattern that takes a commanding role in a room.

COVE CEILINGS
This ceiling style is characterized by curved molding that joins the wall and ceiling in a smooth transition, creating a hollow recess or cove overhead.

TRAY CEILING
Tray ceilings are flat with a rectangular center that is either popped out or inverted to add architectural interest. Recessed lighting is commonly featured in this ceiling style.

 

Top Sellers

  1. Armstrong Textured Contractor 10-Pack White 15/16-in Drop Acoustic Panel Ceiling Tiles
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  3. Armstrong 12 in. x 12 in. White Gloss Vinyl Tile
  4. Armstrong Random Textured Square Edge 2 ft. x 2 ft. x 5/8 in. Lay-in Panel
  5. Westinghouse 15.5 cu. in. Ceiling Fan Saf-T-Grid Support Brace

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