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Stylish Ceilings for Every Space

When it comes to ceilings, there are so many options and materials to choose from, including metal ceiling tiles, wood planks, drop ceiling tiles and more. Often, ceilings are something that people ignore when building or renovating a home. But a ceiling can significantly add to the style and feel of a room. Need help deciding which ceiling type is best for your space? Below, we break down some popular ceiling options.

Types of Ceilings

Suspended or drop ceiling tiles rest in a grid system suspended from ceiling joists. The grid system makes it easy to level ceilings and offers easy access to pipes and wiring above the ceiling. Drop ceiling panels come in textured tile, metallic tones and more.

Ceiling tiles, also known as ceiling squares, fit into an existing ceiling grid system or are installed with a new system. They’re typically used for basements and office spaces.

Metal ceiling tiles are a decorative option and relatively easy to mount. They can be glued, nailed or popped into a grid. Have a popcorn ceiling you want to cover? Metal ceiling tiles are a great low-maintenance choice.

Glue-on and staple-ceiling tiles are some of the most affordable options that attach directly to existing ceilings or onto furring strips. Glue-on textured ceiling tiles make a great covering for plaster or popcorn ceilings.

If you’re looking for something that offers a warm, aesthetic-forward look, ceiling planks are a good way to go. You can easily cover a boring ceiling with plank ceiling panels to give any room a fresh look. We even have a how-to guide to help you install a plank ceiling on your own.

Choosing the Right Ceiling Material

One important factor to consider when choosing ceilings is the environment. For example, if you’re choosing basement ceilings, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) ceiling tiles would be a good option, as they’re resistant to moisture, mold and mildew. Have a home theater or media room? You may want to opt for acoustic ceiling tiles, which control noise levels by absorbing noise and reducing echo.

New Ceilings Cost

Your ceiling cost will largely depend on the material you choose. Coffered ceiling tiles will be more expensive than something budget friendly, like metal tiles. To help you get a better idea of cost, use the Armstrong Ceilings project estimator on our site. Simply choose your desired look, enter the dimensions of your space and get an Armstrong ceiling tile material estimate.

Need ceiling lights for your new ceilings? We also carry a variety of stylish lighting options, including recessed lighting, track lighting, chandeliers and more. If you’re still unsure about the types of ceilings you want in your home, check out our Ceiling Covering Buying Guide and Decorative Kitchen Ceiling Buying Guide. Once you’ve decided on a look, we can help with all of the tools and materials you’ll need to complete the job.