what to do with low ceiling of tacky ceiling tile in a vintage log cab
mizewell
July 5, 2013 in Design Dilemma
I have a vintage log cabin that has low ceilings of non-asbestos ceiling tiles, added sometime during it's history. I have a very limited budget and want to do something attractive, a bit rustic and not too messy. Luan and batten? any ideas would be appreciated.
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dalma darling
Any photos of the cabin now? I'd love to know what other design elements you have in the vintage cabin.
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Stretch ceiling is especially good for cottages, cabins and trailers, because unlike drywall, it does not sag or break down when exposed to temperature extremes or high humidity. The first image is an installation that we did in a cottage, but high gloss is not very rustic. Not a problem, because our membranes come in satin, matte, sandy matte, and canvas textures as well, and can also be digitally printed with any high resolution image or graphic!
   August 8, 2014 at 8:04AM
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