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Your Photo Contest Winners
May 28, 2014
We know you’re all waiting anxiously for the announcement, so without further ado, your supremely talented photo contest winners. We were overwhelmed by the response and sorting through 400+ amazing pictures was no easy task. Our customers have an unmatched creative vision and we love nothing more than seeing your work. We saw tons of great ceilings, backsplashes made just of filler, old world stoves, outdoor elements, lots of cats, a toilet paper holder, and everything in between! Over the coming weeks we’ll share some more of our favorite entries that will hopefully inspire you to continue working with tin.
Best Overall: Silvia Saponaro, Cosa DesignWe love the entire styling of this rustic bathroom. Refined and understated.
Most Votes: Carolyn AssadCarolyn got 272 votes for her office - very impressive - thanks for spreading the word about American Tin Ceilings!
RUNNERS UP: We literally couldn’t pick just two winners so here are some of our other favorites. We surprised them with Starbucks cards just to say thanks for being our customers and for capturing such great photographs.
Bettye Haynie- Mimosa HallA really great shot of this commercial space, the self-installed tin ceilings make this ballroom an elegant event space and bridal suite.
Susan McClainWe saw a lot of great bathrooms, but black and white wainscoting paired with bold wallpaper and one solitary hanging bulb is a dramatic way to make sure the half-bath makes an impression.
Harry KirchhoffOne of our most decorative patterns, Chateau Elan’s finished basement bar is both sophisticated and welcoming with Pattern #7 and C2 crown molding.
Katie ScherpingA totally unique installation, tin ceiling tiles interspersed with exposed wood beams makes this rustic cabin’s kitchen supremely desired.
Mads PiiThe definition of throne room, this bathroom ceiling is fit for royalty. Pattern #3 is elaborately installed with F1 filler and M2 crown molding. Thank you to all who entered, shared, and voted.
If you didn’t get to participate this time around, we’re going to be continuing the contests quarterly - we want to see your best #tinstallation!