Are you considering painting ceiling tiles to renew your interior room decoration? If you are, then you have come to the right place at the right time. Today, we will share some interesting and useful information as your guide to paint your ceiling tiles. This way, even if you decide to do the job yourself, you will do it right. Without further ado, let’s check them out!
For you who have to deal with Styrofoam ceiling tiles, there are many ideas for painting ceiling tiles you can explore. Even so, one thing you have to remember is that a water-based paint is the best bet you can use. To apply the paint for your ceiling tiles, you can do this either before or after installation. Just remember you will need the large painted area for your ceiling tiles to dry for a couple of hours if you decide to paint them before installation. On the other hand, be sure to caulk the seams and let it dry for a couple hours for painting after ceiling tile installation.
Priming ceiling tiles before applying the real paint is always a good idea. Even so, some people may tell you that this step is not specifically necessary. Priming is a good idea if you will use metallic paint colors, such as silver, platinum, and gold. For other paint colors, such as white or black, two top coats will do more than enough.
Faux tin ceiling tiles, which are usually made from PVC, are paintable as well. More particularly, this ceiling tile type is more suitable to be spray painted. It is mostly due to the very deep ceiling panel design. We recommend you to use spray paints for plastic to do the job. Even though tin ceiling panels are truly eye-pleasing, painting ceiling tiles black can help you achieve the more attractive appeal too.