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The Finishing Touches

May 1, 2015

Great projects are made in the details, and American Tin Ceilings offers an array of “finishing touch” molding and trim options to perfect your installation. Read below to learn more about the little finishes that complete your project. Filler Panels Filler panels have a flat, hammered texture which makes them ideal for filling perimeters, where an embossed panel would need to be cut to fit flush. Our filler is the only in the industry to have a nail rail, making the transition from one panel to another virtually seamless....

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How to Spec a Home Project: An Interview with Our Lead Engineer

March 20, 2014

If you’re embarking on a home remodel, the first step is to construct a blue print of your plans, which involves spec’ing out specific products and materials you’re interested in using. We caught up with Ken, one of the lead engineers for American Tin Ceiling Company, to answer all your burning questions and provide tips for any type of home improvement project. What is spec’ing? Specifying, or spec’ing for short, is the process of providing specifications for a product to fit into a blueprint of a construction project....

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Interior Design Spotlight: Collaborative Design Group

March 19, 2014

We love installations of our ceiling tiles that are non-traditional. Don’t get us wrong, a great ceiling or backsplash will completely transform a room, but it’s the unique spaces, uses and innovative design that really gets us excited about all the possibilities with t in. Our interior design partners have no shortage of creativity, and Mickey Bufalini of Collaborative Design Group in Houston, Texas is no exception. With the goal of “breathing new life into a space and enticing you to stay,” one of their founding design principles comes from Paola Antonelli, curator of MOMA, “Good design is a renaissance attitude that combines technology, cognitive science, human need, and beauty to produce something that the world didn’t know was missing....

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Interview with a Design Consultant

February 28, 2014

Operations manager and design consultant Crystal Pinkston has been with American Tin Ceilings Company for over ten years. With countless stories and advice, we caught up with her to get the skinny on home renovations and remodels. Where are you from? I am from Palmetto, Florida. I was born and raised here, and I have never lived anywhere else. I had never seen snow for the first time until I was 21 years old — definitely a beach girl....

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Case Study: Odette

January 21, 2014

An adorable restaurant, bar and retail shop, Odette is a recently opened business in the newly restored downtown Florence main street. Focusing on on tabletop and kitchen items mixed with new American cuisine and craft cocktails, Odette is sure to become one of Alabama’s best hidden gems. Owner Celeste Pillow tells us how tin ceiling tiles helped create their unique aesthetic blending small town ambiance with a trendy, yet neighborhood feel that encourages hanging out for a drink or three....

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Interior Design Spotlight: Kelly Wunsch

January 15, 2014

Kelly Wunsch is a unique former MLB player who transitioned to interior design later in life. Playing for the Chicago White Sox, the Los Angeles Dodgers, and the Milwaukee Brewers for 14 years, he now owns a custom luxury home building company in Austin, Texas that focuses on highly efficiency properties without sacrificing comfort, utility, or aesthetics. He likes the look of tin to add a touch of elegance and visual interest to traditional home styles....

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