|The company sent me this one tile.|
Beautiful isn't it? I walked to the left. Hmmmm I walked to the right. Hmmmmm Oh by jove I think she's got it. Guess what I came up with, and it's perfect. This is my fairly new unfinished attic door. At the end of it there's a rope for now to grab on to & just pull it down, and these ladder stairs come down, unfold, and you walk up easy as you please. This wood door stuck out like a sore thumb waiting for us to figure what we wanted to do with it, “faux tin ceiling tiles” turned out to be our answer . I only need one more piece to finish it, and it's going to be perfect. I can hardly wait. My son put it up for me in a matter of minutes & we could've used glue as they said, but we used staples into the wood. Worked great.
|See how I left some wood so you can see.|
|Not sure what to change the rope with though..|
|My SIL kitchen & they've had them for years|
|This is a drop ceiling|
*Let me add one thing here then I want you to take a gander at this really informative video of “faux tin ceiling tiles” . I wrote the company back stating I had posted, and said I could really use one more of the tiles they sent me & it's on its way! That is one friendly company, and I know is going to be easy to work with.
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