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planked ceilings

Emily Oster

Yesterday, I posted about our bad ceilings and how I am debating whether to try to repair or lay over them. Today, at least, I am leaning towards laying over them. I have done some searching and I really like the character a beadboard or tongue and groove planked ceiling adds to a space. It also seems like the more doable option without as much maintenance required but I also could be totally off base on that. If we decided to do this treatment, I would want to repeat it in a few different spaces so it doesn't feel out of place or specific just to the stairs. I am thinking I could do it in the walk in closet area of the project room as that ceiling is in bad shape and is an eye sore on our otherwise complete room. Also I am liking the idea of doing it in the future mud room as it currently has a popcorn ceiling that definitely has to go. Additionally, there is a tiny pass through space between the family room and kitchen that still has ceiling tiles we are going to need to address at some point.  Anyone ever installed a beadboard or tongue and groove planked ceiling before? 

  from top left  - via  Pellmell Creations  - via  Elle Decor  - home of Patricia Fischer via  HomeDit  - home of Amanda Peet via  Vogue  - via  House Beautiful  - source unknown

from top left - via Pellmell Creations - via Elle Decor - home of Patricia Fischer via HomeDit - home of Amanda Peet via Vogue - via House Beautiful - source unknown