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Aug 31, 2015 4:40:54 PM
Long Beach Brewing Company began in 2008 when Patrick Harten and Brett Blau bonded over their love of home brewing and began brewing together. As they developed their recipes, the notoriety of their beers grew. In 2010, the idea for Long Beach Brewing Company was born.
Through extensive 'research' of beer, Patrick met Dan Scandiffio at a local German beer club called The Boot Club and they became fast friends. The two decided to turn Patrick's garage into their new brew house, started brewing, ...Read More
Aug 14, 2015 2:55:54 PM
www.rollingrunway.com - @rollingrunway
The Rolling Runway is the brainchild of entrepreneurs Morgan Schubert & Kendall Turnipseed. With an idea that began in a college course, Schubert and Turnispeed combined their love of fashion and the open road with a strategy to minimize the overhead of a brick and mortar store. What was born is a truly unique retail venture: a 1963 Airstream trailer renovated into a mobile boutique. When we caught a glimpse of the gorgeous white tin ceiling in Silvia, the name of Schubert and Turnipseed’s Airstream, we had to learn more...
1. How long have you operated The Rolling Runway?
The renovations of our 1963 Airstream lasted about 8 months, and we had our grand opening August 2, 2015 when we officially opened for business. We are doing a few more events in Athens this month and then hope to start traveling outside of Athens!
2. How did you get the idea to transform an Airstream into a mobile boutique?
The idea stemmed from a class I (Morgan) took my junior year of college where we sold student made merchandise from a mobile boutique operating out of a golfcart called “Couture a la Cart.” When I worked with Kendall (my business partner) in college, we talked about owning our own mobile women’s store since we knew it would cost less than an actual brick & mortar store. Once we researched mobile trailers, we decided we liked Airstreams the best and they have a huge following.
3. Where did you hear about American Tin Ceilings? What prompted the great idea to renovate with tin panels?
We heard of American Tin Ceilings from Google. We found an Airstream online where someone used white tiles on the walls and we wanted the same look for our mobile boutique. After researching, we found out they were tiles and around $20 a piece at Home Depot/Lowes. We determined ...Read More
Jul 31, 2015 5:31:42 PM
American Tin Ceilings produces 37 patterns for design aesthetics ranging from traditional to modern. One of our most popular patterns is Pattern #3, a subtle but intricate design with a low profile depth. This design features beautiful floral coins and arching diamonds, allowing for a noticeable and impactful design element in a space without being overpowering. The low profile depth of Pattern #3 is also a favorite for backsplashes because it can be easily wiped clean and sits ...Read More
Jul 22, 2015 11:01:39 PM
The creativity of our professional customers never ceases to inspire the staff at American Tin Ceilings. Today we are featuring a "WOW" installation from across the pond - Salt & Liquor, a Liverpool-based bar and restaurant. Salt & Liquor and Snook Architects installed our Pattern #1 in Stainless Steel Gloss to add an industrial vibe to their incredible interiors. Featuring metal basket lights, exposed brick, sleek chesterfields, and simplified Americana tables and barstools, Salt & Liquor hit the design of this space out of the park. Oh Liverpool - why must you be so far! Check out the pictures below!
Jul 17, 2015 5:03:28 PM
Popcorn ceilings were a trend in home design from the 1950s-80s, but like most things from that era, the trend has long since died. If you’re stuck with the aftermath ruining your room, don’t fret. Popcorn ceilings can be removed, but there's an even easier way...
Also called "cottage cheese ceilings" for their bumpy texture, this treatment is actually just spray-on paint. The removal process is messy, especially when it comes to spraying the ceiling with water to soften the popcorn before scrap...Read More