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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Studio Vural's completed design fulfilled Chef Verlander's request: clean contemporary lines, geometric cuban tiles, a rich mahogany counter, an oversized barback mirror blending with custom light fixtures and an existing tin ceiling create a subtly spacious Cajun experience.
The work, a long-term investment, has uncovered a few gems, like the original tin ceiling, steel columns and terrazzo tiles, Glunz said.
The authenticity that tin ceiling enthusiasts enjoy comes not from the metal itself but from the look it achieves and the associations it evokes.
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The cafe has a very modern edge and industrial feel with carvings and sculptures on the walls and a corrugated tin ceiling.
To restore the living room, above right, to its former glory, Thomas added a tin ceiling, plaster walls, and mahogany trim and paneling.
City planners say that although vacancy, lack of heat, and water damage has affected the interior layout and finishes, much of the original tin ceiling remains, and there are no major structural problems.
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.
The tin ceiling, the oak cabinetry, the 1915 nail scale, the rolling ladder and the squeaking wood floor would have many stories to tell.
Inside the shed is a creamy antique tin ceiling purchased from a Habitat for Humanity ReStore.