Ceiling Planks are Your Ticket to a New and Improved Look, Fast.
The versatility and ease-of-installation that ceiling planks feature should not be understated. This solution to popcorn ceilings, damage, and ceiling renovations is popular, affordable, and fast.
- Made For Any Space – Talissa Decor’s ceiling planks can make even the most basic rooms look clean and full of intent. Whether you're looking for ceiling solutions for RVs, boats, home interiors, or more, Talissa Decor has options for you.
- Easy DIY Installation – You can install our panels all by yourself. All you need is a bit of patience, some professional cutting tools and some glue (for glue-up ceiling planks).
- Popular Contemporary Options – Our ceiling planks are made to be simple, original, and according to contemporary design principles. Be cutting edge with this quick fix to your home!
One of the quickest and simplest techniques to cover popcorn ceilings and improve the appearance of any space is with Polystyrene (Styrofoam) ceiling planks. Glue the ceiling planks directly over the popcorn and you're done. The edges of the boards are beveled for a simple butt join installation. Other than popcorn ceilings, styrofoam ceiling tiles may be used on almost any flat solid surface (plywood, drywall, concrete, etc). You can achieve a clean and new look without too much hassle with polystyrene ceiling planks.
Affordably Contemporary. You may also create a one-of-a-kind statement with ceiling planks that compliments your style by painting them or creating designs on them because they come unfinished. For example, white planks help create a clean and crisp ambiance. Our ceiling planks are suitable for residential and commercial use.
Easy Installation. These tiles are easy to install using the glue up method since they are so lightweight. All you you will need is glue adhesive, a foam roller, and a sharp tool for cutting as needed.
For more details, visit our installation instructions page. After the installation is complete, no further treatments will be necessary.
Yes, Polystyrene planks may be painted with water-based paints such as Latex or Acrylic, using a roller or sprayer produces the best results. Our planks come unfinished, which means they can be easily painted to a color of your choice.
A pro tip to consider: We don't recommend painting the planks before installation because you risk warping them, especially if you're working with a flat design. Warped planks will make the installation process challenging.
Ceiling planks made from polystyrene are ideal for high-moisture locations such as bathrooms. However, please ensure the area is dry when you are preparing for installation, otherwise, the glue will not adhere properly. You may also paint and seal the door with caulk for greater protection. Once installed, the moisture won’t affect them at all. Polystyrene planks can last up to 12 years looking beautiful with virtually zero maintenance. Our planks are also incredibly safe because as responsible vendors we coat our planks with a special material to prevent fire from spreading.
How to Install and Paint Ceiling Planks?
So you've decided it's time to take on a new project and decorate your ceilings. We've got the perfect solution for you. Our newest addition to our collection are the beautifully ceiling planks that can be used in a commercial or a residential setting, and they can hide any type of damage on the ceiling, including the outdated popcorn ceilings. These ceiling planks are made from Styrofoam and they are installed pretty much the same way as you would install Styrofoam ceiling tiles. They are lightweight, affordable, and easy to install. Here's a step by step guide tutorial with video on how to install styrofoam ceiling planks.
Ceiling Planks Installation
In order to install ceiling planks, here is what you will need:
- Any type of construction adhesive in white(In our tutorial we used the Styro Pro glue as it offers a strong hold)
- Measuring tape
- A pencil
- A sharp utility knife
- And, of course, our beautiful ceiling planks
Grab your first plank and apply the adhesive about half-an-inch to an inch away from the edges. Just like with regular tiles, start from the side and work your way in, pretty much the same way as you would install hardwood flooring. When there is no more room to install a whole plank, cut a plank to fit it in. Simply flip the tile and mark the cutting spot with a pencil by measuring the space between your last plank installed and the edge of the ceiling. When you start the next row, begin with the leftover plank you just cut. Continue like that, and you'll have yourself a new ceiling in no time.
Ceiling Planks Painting
To paint ceiling planks, you'll need pretty much the same painting equipment that you would use with a regular ceiling tiles. Make sure you're using a water based paint, and we recommend doing the painting once the planks are already installed. You don't have to prime the tiles, but it is recommended because primer prepares the surface for the paint. You can also find paint that already contains primer, so you're covered on both fronts. We also recommend using a thicker sleeve so that you grab more paint and save yourself the trouble.
Basically, ceiling tiles are painted the same way as a regular ceiling. Make sure your walls are covered with protective tape, and that you have protective drop sheets on the floors to avoid cleaning up the mess after. Apply the paint evenly in slightly varying directions to avoid overlap marks.