Tin ceiling


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Tin ceiling

Embossed metal panels nailed to furring strips or ceiling beams, and painted as a finished ceiling.

pressed-metal ceiling

A sheet-metal ceiling embossed in a decorative pattern; usually coated with a layer of tin and lead or a coat of paint primer as a protection against oxidation; much used on the ceilings of stores after about 1875, especially during the early part of the 20th century.
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Chicago Bar Shop's stunning showroom features several different styles of full sized bars and a custom bar showcase, paneled wall and tin ceiling options, and various revenue increasing options such as digital signage, video games, ATM machines, and jukeboxes.
The cafe has a very modern edge and industrial feel with carvings and sculptures on the walls and a corrugated tin ceiling.
You can see this in the classic details like the tin ceiling, the carved wood stools and the ice cream cone-shaped syrup pulls which give the space substance within a contemporary setting.
To restore the living room, above right, to its former glory, Thomas added a tin ceiling, plaster walls, and mahogany trim and paneling.
The original tin ceiling tiles were uncovered and repaired.
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oor heating in the en suites; reconditioned free standing bath to the master en suite and decorative tin ceiling within the reception hall.
It also incorporates industrial features, such as a tin ceiling that was part of the original building, which was constructed in 1908.
The bar and grill will have an island bar with zinc bar top and an imported tin ceiling brought in for the United States.
Interior designer Nanette Kellerman worked with Gary Shapiro, owner of American Tin Ceilings, to create a tin ceiling treatment in a Tuscan-themed media room for the Interior Design Society (IDS) Show House 2004 last summer:
A new two-story section, called the Sutro Wing, has been added to the main building, which will retain historic touches such as a marble-veneered staircase and a tin ceiling.
In the second area, a rough grid of very slim white graduated columns, interlocking wooden slats, rods, and yellow string in the center of the room was extended on one wall with tin ceiling panels, floral stencils, shadowy drip lines, and red, yellow, and black tape.