Crisp and clean, white is the perfect fit for any style. It can work in traditional or contemporary settings and, like a blank canvas, allows complete freedom for decoratingg. A larger version of our traditional 1 design, this well-established style depicts four square and circle patterns punctuated with elegant floral shapes.
Fasade Glue-Up ceiling panels are available in over 500 style/color combinations, allowing you to get a custom, designer look for an entire room, or as an accent for a smaller area. These panels are easy to install and are just a fraction of the price real metal stamped tin ceiling tiles.
- Water, impact and stain resistant
- Durable .013” vinyl construction
- Most panels are available in 2′x 2′x or 2′x 4′ tiles
Zero VOC Emissions
No volatile organic compounds (VOC) emit from the panel. This means that our panels do not affect indoor air quality. This leads to safer, healthier, more comfortable buildings.
Our durable vinyl tiles comply with FDA regulations for use in food preparation and serving areas. This means that our tiles can be installed in areas where sanitation and cleanliness is a must.
Mold & Mildew Resistant
Our ceiling panels are constructed from materials that inhibit mold and mildew. This means our panels can be installed in a variety of environments where moisture is a concern.
Our panels are guaranteed not to water-stain, bow, swell or rot. They are ideal for use in moist and humid environments like basements.
Class A Fire Rated
All of our ceiling tiles have a 'Class A' FSI and SDI fire rating per ASTM E84. Our tiles are rated for surface burning characteristics, flame spread, and smoke development.
Best pricing anywhere. Simple to install. Review by goofy grandpa
Price Value Quality
I received product as stated by DIY Decor Store, very quickly! Pricing allowed me to do the 30 panel project even being on Social Security. At 69 years young with 4 heart attacks under my belt, I installed the complete ceiling in 2-1/2 days by myself. Awesome company to work with and I'm already in the planning stages for the next project. (Posted on 4/17/2018)