It has been said that, "Everything Old Becomes New Again" so it's time to embrace the past as a current design trend. There's something timeless and classic about a house with handcrafted details painstakingly picked out from start to finish. Even if your house isn't sufficiently aged through the years, you can still add historic touches liked reclaimed wood, charming furniture pieces and tin tiles. Like a fine wine, a vintage home only gets better with age.

Vintage Tin Ceilings

Tin Ceilings

Tin ceilings are a classic...

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Posted in History By Kaylene Barker

The 5th wall is often forgotten in architecture and building design, but on a rare occasion, the ceiling can define a space. Ceiling treatments are unique in that they add character and can completely change the look and feel of a room. From excessively high ceilings to opulent textural elements, check out these four extremely impressive ceilings around the world.

Sistine Chapel

Undoubtedly the most famous ceiling of all time, the Sistine Chapel was painted by Michelangelo between 1508 and 1512, a...

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Posted in History By Kaylene Barker

History of Tin Ceiling Tiles

Oct 29, 2013 3:45:15 PM

The American Tin Ceiling Company has only been around since 2002, but has been producing authentic replications of early 1800s Victorian tiles ever since. An affordable alternative to the exquisite plasterwork found in traditional European homes, we manage the entire manufacturing process in the US from bulk metal coils to mold making, pressing, finishing, and shipping to be able to provide best in class customer service and keep costs as low as possible while ensuring quality control. We curren...

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Posted in History By Kaylene Barker