Sunday, April 12, 2015

DIY Ceiling Project with Fasade

We loved using Fasade ceiling tiles to personalize our space. This is a stylish, and a practical solution for our ceilings, walls, and back splash in any room of our home. We used the Fasade 2X2 glue up ceiling tile in the Cyclone pattern to transform our dining room ceiling. It was easy to glue the tiles up on the ceiling, which immediately brightened the space. The project only took a few hours. The beautiful interconnected swirls are punctured into a dynamic pattern, and this white series of tile designs are paintable. We left the original white it came in, to give the space a crisp and clean feel. 
Before we used Fasade, our ceiling was covered with wallpaper. Prior to gluing the Fasade tiles, we removed the wallpaper and cleaned up the surface and prepared it to be flat. These tiles only work in flat and clean surfaces. 
We had to cut some of the tiles to fit some area, which was easy to do using the utility knife and scissors. We used the fast grab adhesive to glue the ceiling panels, and it was done with in a few hours. Cleaning up was also a breeze. We recommend using the big tubes of adhesives, as it uses a good amount because the back of the tile surface is recessed and is not flat because of its design.
The package comes with clear instructions, so anyone who enjoys decorating and updating their home without any skills can do it. The website fasadeideas.com has a video that helped us. 
These tiles are perfect to create either a contemporary or traditional design. Fasade ceiling tiles are available in most home hardware stores, and it offers a great way to accentuate our decor.
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14 comments:

  1. I absolutely love this. I have so much popcorn ceiling in my house, but to remove it and mud and get it smooth is a huge undertaking. This is a perfect idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Love the look of it! So elegant!

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  3. It looks awesome...I will keep them in mind for this old house.

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  4. a much nicer look. My brother had this sort of look on his ceilings but it was done by a plasterer, this is much easier and cheaper too I'd think. :-)

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  5. wow that looks beautiful! Great job! looks so fancy

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  6. that is pretty neat stuff. never would have thot of it

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  7. Looks beautiful! Might try t when redecorating time comes around!

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  8. This looks like a great product. what a great inexpensive alternative

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  9. That looks great! What a wonderful way to refresh a room!

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  10. Wow! What an easy way to enhance the look of the room in an easy way! I love it

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  11. This is a great way to dress up a room
    (Debbie W)

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