Ceiling Trend. Wednesday , March 07th , 2018 - 05:57:51 AM
The basement is usually the most neglected part of your home, and the most neglected part is the basement ceiling. It is where you can find pipes, ducts and wires that keep your house running smoothly. Nowadays, a lot people now want to utilize the space and one of their huge obstacles is the ceiling. There are some common ways to conceal an ugly ceiling that have proven to be effective. Although you have to exert some effort to see beautiful results, it is worth it. One of the easiest solutions to your unsightly ceiling problem is to install a suspended or dropped ceiling. They consist of a grid work of metal bars in the shape of an upside-down T, which are suspended on wires from the overhead joists.
Tin ceiling popularity dominated early 1900s ceiling decor as an affordable alternative to expensive, artistic plaster. The industrialization of manufacturing allowed intricate plastering and ornamental stucco decoration to be accurately replicated in tin plated steel. Tin-plated steel could be pressed with embossed designs identical to the beauty of sculptured plaster, yet tin ceiling panels could be massed produced at a fraction of the cost of custom plastered ceilings. Also, the installation of tin ceilings could be completed in a day, where custom plaster ceilings took months or sometimes years to complete.
Unlike older tiles which rust, newer tiles are often made with a special powder finish which is rust-proof, allowing for indoor and outdoor use. But even "cleaned up" older tiles look and feel differently than new ones. Collectors who handle lots of these detailed works of art learn to distinguish the differences. While true collectors mix and match their collections with different examples of tiles, homeowners who may want to remodel a kitchen ceiling or frame a fireplace need to find multiple tiles. They generally look toward new versions of these handsome decorative items.
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