Ceiling Tiles Basement

Basement Ceiling Ideas - 11 Stylish Options - Bob Vila

Ceiling Tiles Basement

Posted by Bresson Alexandrine on Sunday, 8 December, 2019 19:17:49

Because the real cost of drywalling a ceiling in a basement deals is in framing around the pipes and wires that were installed below the joists. In almost any new house in the last 10-15 years all pipes and wiring are installed above the bottom of the joist - there's almost no additional framing needed to accommodate drywall.

Ideally, your basement ceiling is standard height. This allows you to easily conceal the inner workings of your home in a more seamless shell. Some of these methods will create height degradation (i.e. they make the ceiling lower) and are thus poor choices for low ceilings.

Easy Elegance Add a dramatic, architectural element to your basement with Easy Elegance coffered ceiling tiles. Made of lightweight PVC, these tiles add a sophisticated, customized look while remaining affordable. Choose to brighten your space with white, or set the mood with black coffers.

If you are looking to make a breathtaking change to a room in your house, enjoy the difference a new ceiling can make. For a nominal investment in both time and money, The Home Depot can help you transform the ceiling of any room in your home or office with our stunning selection of louvers, cornices, drop ceiling grids and suspended ceiling tiles.

The ceiling tiles being shown here are really nice and will look good in just about any basement. There is a nice decorative nature to these tiles that provides a bit of extra aesthetic appeal. If you want a solid decorative tile option that isn't overly pricey, this one will work perfectly.

The tiles are easily placed into the drop ceiling framing. The drop basement ceiling tiles are fully compatible with our fluorescent lighting and down lighting. The edges of the ceiling are always trimmed with white crown molding, which gives our ceilings a sophisticated, finished look!