New Medium Provides Visual Ceilings for Child Learning Environments

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New Alpha-Sets provide bright, educational ceiling tiles with colorful images of animals along with the corresponding letter of the alphabet.

Imagine 26 ceiling tiles filling the ceiling with the entire alphabet and colorful animals for each letter. Ceiling Scenes today announced the introduction of Alpha-Set, which utilizes ceiling tiles to create a bright,happy & educational environment.

The Alpha-Set tiles are a learning tool as well as visually stimulating. They are a great way to not only stimulate the minds of young children, but keep them excited about nature and animals.

Ceiling Scene's acoustic ceiling tiles provide a low cost and easy method of creating more child friendly environments and are quickly gaining popularity with children's hospitals and care facilities across the country. Whether it is a sky scene to create the effect of being outdoors or mazes and puzzles in a place never seen before; Ceiling Scenes can stimulate, calm, comfort, or educate with a unique and cost effective new medium - the ceiling.

Over the course of the last year, Ceiling Scenes, a division of Applied Visual Concepts has partnered with daycare and preschool facilities to bring the wonder of the outside world indoors. During learning time, play time and even nap time, children are able to use their imaginations and learn in a way that has not been available until now. As an innovator in the field of digital imaging, Applied Visual Concepts has combined the technology to print photo quality images on acoustic ceiling tiles with an undiscovered approach to stimulating the thoughts and imaginations of children. Whether clouds in the sky, animals with letters corresponding to their names or a nearly endless selection of other unique images, printed ceiling tiles are a wondrous way to stimulate young minds.

The complete Alpha-Set and a large library of other Ceiling Scenes images are available on our website at

Contact: Barb Heldt, 616-928-0817tt


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