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DIY: Amazing Faux Finish Wood Ceilings under $200 Bucks,Aug 25, 2012 ... Using cheap cottage grade wood you can find at the local building supply store, you can create a barn faux finish looking ceiling using the...

14 Ways to Cover a Hideous Ceiling — The Family Handyman,Jan 22, 2018 ... in the 1920s it was popular to cover ceilings with copper or tin ceiling tiles and wood molding, giving them an elegant look. Modern metal...

Cheap, but classy, way to cover ceiling | Hometalk,Nov 18, 2015 ... Give me some ideas for cheap, but tasteful looking, ceiling coverings. .... Ceiling covering after, wood veneer, metal or now plastic squares,...

Inexpensive DIY Wood Slat Ceiling - Addicted 2 Decorating,Oct 10, 2012 ... On Monday when I posted the before and after of my kitchen, I left out the info about my DIY wood slat ceiling. Many of you noticed that it was...

Cheap, Inexpensive Wood Ceiling Idea! $ | Earthbag Construction,Apr 1, 2016 ... If you'd like to Watch the full version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZrW0v13BJI Wood Ceiling Idea! Using Recycled Flooring Material on...

DIY Reclaimed Wood Ceiling (so cheap, so pretty) - Domestic,Oct 16, 2017 ... I don't think I've been THIS excited about showing y'all a project in a long time. The reclaimed wood ceiling in our kitchen and dining room is...

Ceiling Ideas | The Lettered Cottage,Aug 29, 2011 ... It's a V-groove, wood plank product by EverTrue, and there's six 8-foot ... (Much cheaper than any other ceiling plank option that we looked at.).

How to DIY a Wood Plank Ceiling - The Idea Room,Aug 29, 2012 ... Follow this easy tutorial and learn How to DIY a Wood Plank Ceiling in ... They were pretty inexpensive for a pack of six, 8 foot long pine planks.

Wood Plank Ceiling on the Cheap! Blogger used 1/4" 4' X 8' wood,Wood Plank Ceiling on the Cheap! Blogger used 1/4" 4' X 8' wood and had cut it to 6 inches each lengthwise. Then sanded lightly around the...

Kitchen Chronicles: DIY Tongue and Groove Plank Ceiling | Jenna,Jan 22, 2014 ... Option 3 is the real deal—using tongue and groove wood planks, like Ben ... While options 1 and 2 are quite a bit cheaper and can still turn out...