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Published on May 15th, 2014 | by Faux Tin Tiles


Create a Masculine Urban Chic Look Using Black Ceiling Tiles

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So today I began the searching for decor ideas for Daniel’s new apartment near the beach in Los Angeles.  After a long search he finally found an apartment that fit his criteria – 1. located in his current neighborhood 2. easy parking 3. light & bright 4. not another cookie cutter “resort living” complex.  And now I get to decorate it!  So this morning I began researching hip, cool, masculine decor. I want something with a modern industrial beachy vibe. So far not much luck but I did find this photograph of a living room with fabulous black ceilings.  I love the whole steel gray look with pops of green.  And not surprisingly, i do think the ceilings would look even better if they were not only black but also done in black decorative ceiling tiles – (both tin or faux tin will work equally well) to give it a bit more dimension and character.

Black coffered ceilings masculine urban chic decor

Courtesy of PBCS Style: Green and grey can be a challenging color combination, but it’s very sophisticated when done right, and of course, has a masculine flair. Designed by Steven Gambrel.

Now for the tile choices >> My initial concept was to keep the tile design simple but after sleeping on it, I think a touch of pattern would add a bit of warmth and charm to the room.  So what tile would i ultimately choose? Moroccan Magic #2425 in satin black.     

Remember, all decorative ceiling tile designs can always be painted black!

Make it a Beautiful Day!

Create a Masculine Urban Chic Look Using Black Ceiling Tiles Faux Tin Tiles

Summary: Replace your dingy, stained, or just plain ugly popcorn ceilings with decorative black ceilings tiles to create an urban chic truly fabulous living room.


Fab Black Ceilings!

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All of us here at FauxTinTiles are obsessed with decorative ceiling tiles of all types (tin, faux tin, faux leather & styrofoam) and will only rest when we have a bazillion followers who get equally excited every time they walk into a home, restaurant, or office and see for themselves how decorative ceiling tiles and wall panels can transform a room from drab to fab in just a few hours. Tweet us at @CeilingIdeas with your photos!

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