Faux Leather Ceiling Tiles
These new 3D faux leather ceiling tiles have a stunning resemblance to real leather. Their soundproofing qualities make faux leather panels ideal for use in a venue that has a tendency to get too loud since they will help absorb the noise. In addition to using them on the ceiling, we believe faux leather tiles work particularly well on walls. Ideal for use in restaurants, hotels, pubs, movie theaters, home theaters, libraries, game rooms and basements. Transform your space from fine to fabulous in hours!
|Faux leather panels are made out of 3 layers:
Use faux leather tiles as accent walls in any (and all) room(s) of your house! The photo below shows the black version of Diamonds in The Sky used to define an entertainment wall. So chic & handsome!
The very same Diamonds in The Sky tile was used as a headboard by Vanilla Ice in Season 4 and as an accent wall in this chic seating area of a modern living room along with this fabulous statement ZUO Brahma Mirror in black.
Use Decorative Ceiling Tiles Juliet Faux Leather Ceiling Tile in chocolate to create a look similar to that use in this Traditional Home Theater by South Pasadena Interior Designers & Decorators Jennifer Bevan Interiors we found on Houzz.
We love the use of Kilauea Faux Leather Ceiling Tile on this stunning decorative wall in a luxury hotel.
We love this chic yet cozy upholstered wall look which creates a warm and inviting background ideal for sleeping and easily replicated using faux leather ceiling tiles.
DCT LRT02 Faux Leather Ceiling Tile – Ivory | DCT LRT12 Faux Leather Ceiling Tile – Urban Silver (for an urban edgy contemporary look))
To create a similar look for a room with standard 8′ ceilings, an Eastern King mattress (76″ wide) and standard sized night tables (up to 30″ wide) you will need 9 faux leather ceiling tiles lengthwise and 6 faux leather ceiling tiles high (giving you a 3 inch border on the top and bottom). Altogether you will need 54 tiles — me, I would probably order a few more (60) just in case I messed up – which I always do. Total Cost: ~$1200 well worth every penny – taking your room from plain to beautiful in just a few hours.
PartyIdeaPros.com even “envisions using faux leather tiles regularly to build set backdrops that create the feel of a pub, movie theater, “man cave”, library, or even an out of this world look. We love, love, love this product.” We second their love for the versatility of faux leather panels!
For installation specifics, check out our Project Calculator & Installation Instructions for Faux Leather Tiles
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