All Tilton Coffered Ceiling Systems can be terminated (finished or ended around the outermost perimeter) on all or some of the sides in one of the following ways:
Termination into the surrounding walls is the most common configuration used to terminate a coffered ceiling and is the standard configuration for all of our ceiling systems. In this configuration the outermost perimeter beams meet with the face of the surrounding walls and are then finished with a small perimeter molding to create a neat fit and finish.
Termination into the ceiling is a less common, but still a viable and sometimes necessary configuration used to terminate either some or all sides of a coffered ceiling. This configuration is used when there are no surrounding wall surfaces to meet with or when the coffered ceiling treatment is not covering the entire ceiling surface.
If your project requires termination into the ceiling on all or some of the ceiling system sides please let us know so that we can assist you in properly planning for it. This option does require additional materials and fabrication which is not included in our standard pricing structures.