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Hotel Hop (American Tin Ceilings Style)

Pictured above: Luke's 32Bridge in Nashville, Tennessee. 


As a partially virtual company, it isn’t unusual for the American Tin Ceilings team to be pleasantly surprised to find tin tile as we eat out with friends or travel for pleasure. Hotels and restaurants are some of the most popular places to find tin ceiling tile and we’re elated when we confirm that it’s American Tin Ceilings!

Take a virtual tour with us and see some of our favorite tin ceiling tile installations in hotels and restaurants all over the country.


The Foundry Hotel lobby with American Tin Ceiling on in the tray ceiling.

The Foundry Hotel

Asheville, North Carolina

Pattern #2 in Artisan Silver Washed White

Once a steel factory, designers reimagined this industrial-meets-Victorian styled space nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains into a hotel. Cool silver metallics and rich blue furnishings balance the warmth of the exposed brick and wide-plank wood floor. A series of tray ceilings throughout the lobby feature white-washed tin tile, which further softens the industrial vibe with opulent Victorian detailing.


Front counter in bakery, Savour, with tin tile on the ceiling.

Savour Café & Bakery

Centerbrook, Connecticut

Pattern #7 in Antique Brushed Nickel

Enter this cozy café and bakery and you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to France. Softened silvers and blues in the scheme make a cool palette feel welcoming. The smell of freshly baked bread surrounds customers in a hug. As comfy as the space feels, it maintains its sense of French luxury with tin crown molding that frames the tray ceiling over the main section of the café.


The Slope Room restaurant in Gravity Haus Hotel with tin on the ceiling. 

Slope Room at Gravity Haus

Vail, Colorado

Pattern #12 in Artisan Silver Washed White

Gravity Haus hotel in the Rocky Mountains is home to a multi-functional dining space that is coffee bar, steakhouse, and traditional bar all in one. It achieves this approach by sectioning off the space for different purposes. The use of the same tin tile in each of the different spaces harmonizes the design from area to area.


Duke's Grocery store with gastropub decorated with tin on the ceiling.

Duke’s Grocery Gastropub

Washington DC

Pattern #2 in Artisan Gold Brushed Bronze

On Pennsylvania Avenue, in what was once row houses built in the 1860s, sits Duke’s Grocery, home to an East-London-inspired gastropub. Ample seating across two floors and design aimed to be bold and welcoming at the same time, make this a place to come and stay a while. The open space required acoustic tile that could effectively reduce echo and maintain the swanky atmosphere.


Bar at the Templeton Rye distillery with tin on the ceiling throughout. 

Templeton Rye Distillery

Templeton, Iowa

Pattern #6 in Copper Brushed Bronze

Converted from an old car dealership, the Templeton Distillery includes a tasting room, distillery, and barrel aging warehouse. The design was inspired by the small town’s industrial nature and, of course, whiskey barrels. The concentric squares tin tile pattern in a deep, aged color was the perfect complement to the wood, brick, and iron motif.


Venue, The Manor in the reception are with white tin tile on the ceiling. 

The Manor

West Orange, New Jersey

Pattern #7 in Gold Washed White & Bright White Satin

Opulent and vast, this venue’s design and décor is the perfect setting for a day that won’t soon be forgotten. Often a wedding venue, The Manor’s gilded walls and ceilings set the tone. Tin tile features strongly throughout in a whitewashed gold that echoes gold trims and moldings. In the slightly dressed down reception space, the same tin tile in white brings the theme through in a more relaxed setting.

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