Our ceiling is a space that we often overlook. It is something we generally put a light on, and perhaps decorate with fancy plastering, but other than that, we don’t do anything with it. This is strange, because we stuff both our floors and walls full of furniture and decoration items. The ceiling can be used for similar things, although you do have to be a little bit more creative.
Using T Bar Hooks
With a T bar hook, you can attach anything you like to drop down ceiling installations. Many people have these in their garages to create suspended storage spaces, for instance. However, they can just as easily be used in other rooms, including the basement, the attic, sheds, the kitchen and so on.
All you need to do with your hook is attach one on each side of the bar. This really secures the hook and you can then create a full installation with things such as string, wire, other rods or chain for instance. You can click here for more information on how this works and what sort of tools you can use besides your t bar hooks to complete the installation.
You can really get creative with your ceiling installations once you have these hooks. The only real risk is that you end up with a ceiling that has as much stuff on it as your walls and floors, which would leave for a very cramped house. Try to make sure you use them in a way that is practical and esthetically pleasing as well. Do remember, as well, that sometimes, stuff doesn’t need to find another place in your home, but simply needs to be thrown out. One final thing is that you have to watch out for the weight that you put on the bar, as there are some limitations.