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Featured Project: Alma Homes

October 24, 2018

Creating homes based on clients’ personalities with tin panels Kirsten, Principal Designer and Founder of Alma Homes, is a custom home builder and remodeling expert located in Minnesota. She helps clients envision and execute on their dream home. We sat down with the designer extraordinaire and picked her brain on her processes and design style. Alma Homes’ design process is an all encompassing process. This means that they sit down with their clients through every step of the process - from initial design plan to selecting products and furniture....

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Pillar & Peacock

October 28, 2015

pillarandpeacock.com - Overview TILES INSTALLED: Pattern #6, Hand-Finished REASONS FOR PURCHASE: Aesthetics APPLICATION: Residential Q&A Tell us a little bit more about Pillar & Peacock (principal designers, origin story, areas of specialization, etc.) "Pillar & Peacock started in 2011 by two friends. Adrianne (A) hired Brandeis (B) to help design her kitchen/sitting area in her new house. We had so much fun working together that we decided to start a business!...

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Detroit Revitalization with DPOP!

October 20, 2015

dpopculture.com - Overview dPOP! - standing for “People, Offices, Places” - is based in Detroit. This unique design firm creates inspired workplaces with an express intent to enhance jobsite productivity and create “the offices of the future.” Born out of Quicken Loans’ in-house facilities team that oversaw the creative design of new Quicken locations, the staff of dPOP! was quickly lauded by other companies for their individual and inspiring interiors....

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Profession Spotlight - Neil Dawson, Snook Architects

September 18, 2015

www.snookarchitects.com Overview Liverpool’s Neil Dawson may have just won the Royal Academy of British Architects' North West Emerging Architect of the Year Award, but that didn’t stop the principal of Snook Architects from giving us a peek into his history, inspiration sources, and why he’s specified American Tin for multiple high-impact installations in the UK. TILES INSTALLED: Pattern #32, Antique Rustic Copper LOCATION: Ormskirk, England APPLICATION: Restaura....

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Commercial Spotlight - Salt & Liquor

July 22, 2015

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....

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Renovating a Victorian Home - Nevin and Sharla's Tin Ceiling Installation

June 22, 2015

Home Location: Defuniak Springs, Florida Products Installed: Pattern #7 - Stainless Steel Gloss, Crown Molding Overview Renovating a Victorian home is a project conducted with the utmost care. A sense of historicity is essential in preserving the space, but so too are upgraded touches and design elements. When Nevin and Sharla undertook the renovation of their 100+ year old Victorian home in Defuniak Springs, Florida, they incorporated the peerless beauty of a tin ceiling to capture a sense of the traditional, giving their space a bright, "...

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Tin for All Occasions

June 5, 2015

In the hands of a skilled interior designer, tin ceiling tiles function as a chameleon design element - whether the space requires a demure, smooth finish, or a moody and textured presence, our wide selection of patterns and colors can meet any design aesthetic. Two examples of the endless design possibilities with tin are Mr. French, an Austrian bistro, and Matto, a pizzeria in Shanghai. These two restaurants are diverse in every way but one: they both selected American Tin Ceilings for a stunning ceiling finish....

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Commercial Ceiling Design – Big Brands Love Tin Ceiling Tiles

August 11, 2014

For worldwide brands and international chains, interior design is about creating an aesthetic that is universally recognizable to convey a specific experience, yet distinct enough at each property that each location has a unique identity. For a lot of large retailers, that means incorporating tin ceiling tiles into their brand. From outdoor recreation to family entertainment, check out how these impressive commercial spaces are using tin ceiling tiles to make a statement....

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Case Study: Cosa Design

July 21, 2014

As the winner of our photo contest, CoSa Design in Brooklyn completely restored this historic colonial home to its former glory. While this beautiful bathroom elicits a sense of nostalgia, it also achieves the perfect balance of newness by mixing metallic tin panels with traditional wainscoting over a one-of-a-kind wooden sink. The accents and fixtures compliment its rustic allure and we know quite well anyone would be happy to start their day in this charming space....

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Case Study: Riverboat Discovery

June 30, 2014

You can find our tin tiles literally in any corner of the globe from the mom and pop shop down the block to a cruise ship in Alaska. Certainly one of our more interesting clients, the Riverboat Discovery has a unique tale from it’s humble beginnings to a booming tourist attraction. Not only a good story, but an interesting application, tin is used for both aesthetics and to lighten the weight of the boat per government regulations....

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Case Study: Adya

June 9, 2014

One of the most hotly anticipated spring restaurant openings in the OC, Adya is the new project from renowned Chef Shachi Mehra, deemed the Queen of Indian by Riviera magazine. The menu combines modern and classic Indian cooking, while balancing a bold Southern California influence. Located in the newly transformed Anaheim Packing House, an open kitchen with a view of the tandoor ovens is a highlight of the space....

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Case Study: Alban Adobe Casa, Alban Vineyards

March 26, 2014

The Alban Adobe is the family home of the owner of Alban Vineyards, the first American winery and vineyard in Edna Valley, California. Established exclusively to harvest Rhone Varieties, the 250-acre property has been featured in a made for TV movie about wine and cooking. The exterior tin ceiling tiles were added during a recent renovation, which will be featured in a soon-to-be released coffee table book, “The Building of the Alban Adobe Casa,” for the owner to give to guests as part of the experience of visiting the estate....

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Case Study: Haunted Mortuary

March 5, 2014

One of the most actively and famously haunted mansions in America; ghost hunters from around the world make the trek to New Orleans to experience paranormal activities at the Haunted Mortuary. Originally built in 1872, the historic property at the end of the Canal Street Cemeteries streetcar line has an interesting story to tell. A Grand Victorian Mansion with awe-inspiring porticos, the building was considered an architectural marvel with its neo-classical revival style exterior and eclectic interior....

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Case Study: Melt Bar & Grilled

February 26, 2014

“Tin ceilings were always my first choice and I never considered any other materials. Why settle for second best?” –Matt Fish, Owner of Melt Bar & Grilled As American as baseball or apple pie, grilled cheese is a comfort food that can take you back to your childhood. Melt Bar and Grilled is no ordinary sandwich shop, though. With rotating specials that include everything from Sriracha butter to Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, this cult phenomenon (seriously, their fans get tattoos) uses American Tin Ceilings as a major identifying element of their brand....

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Case Study: Grand River Station

February 12, 2014

Awarded Project of the Year in 2010, La Crosse’s Grand River Station transit center was one of Wisconsin’s top public works projects. The $30 million transportation center was a joint development project in historic La Cross. A completely unique space, not only is the building a bus and train terminal, but it also boasts an impressive 12,000 square feet commercial space, parking facility and three floors of apartments in the upper levels....

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Case Study: Brass Monkey

January 29, 2014

One of the most popular watering holes in NYC, Brass Monkey was opened way back in 2004 to be the unpretentious answer to New York’s onslaught of the scene - glitzy clubs and dress to impress establishments that had started popping up everywhere and becoming a dime a dozen. A warm and welcoming atmosphere with great food and drinks, the management team knew they needed an aesthetic to match the mood - approachable that encouraged hanging out for a long period of time....

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Case Study: La Bella Casa Interior Designs

December 9, 2013

It’s no secret that interior designers love tin ceiling tiles for backsplashes. It adds an eye catching element that always becomes a talking point. We caught up with Lisa Griffiths of La Bella Casa Interiors to discuss why she chose tin for her client’s kitchen remodel. Home Style: Traditional Kitchen Style: Transitional Home Location: North Wales, PA Patterns/Colors Installed: Silver Burnt Umber, Pattern #12 How did you find out about tin as a backsplash option?...

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Case Study: Whole Foods

December 2, 2013

A global leader in natural and organic foods, Whole Foods has evolved from a mom and pop shop in Austin, Texas in 1980 to one of the world’s most recognized international grocery chains. With new locations sprouting up daily, 11 stores across the Midwest and Canada from Ottowa to St. Louis and Chicago have already implemented tin ceiling tiles as part of their updated design aesthetic that celebrates seasonal, local, regional foods....

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