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30 plywood ceiling Bath Design Photos
What is the technique used on the ceiling?
love the ceiling wallpaper! Anybody know what it is?
Can you tell me about the ceiling treatment?
The ceiling is finished with a Flavor Paper wallpaper. You can find it on their website.
I think that's a painted embossed tin ceiling. It looks copper to me, but that may be the light. But that style does come in copper, or in a white finish that you can paint yourself.
flavor paper ceiling Flowering quince from kneeler fauchere
wall and ceiling papers, red shower
If wood is not your thing, maybe tile is more your style! Try wrapping a traditional floor tile across the ceiling, down the walls and into every corner of your space. Accent with a beautiful piece of glass mosaic artwork, and you can definitively say that you
Another way to go large scale is to zoom in; a closeup of a sunflower is the focal point of this powder room. The fact that the walls, ceiling and floor are all covered in the same tile makes the sunflower stand out even more.
Oceanside Glasstile Red 777 Bath
I'm thinking this kind of tile and wow effect for the halt bathroom off living room. Notice the tile even on ceiling - I really like that.
I love this elegant bathroom's shimmering red glass tiled walls and ceiling. Think about your grout color when selecting tile for a room. I often try to match the grout color to the tile to minimize the appearance of grout
Dalton Distinctive Renovations
Soloway Designs Inc.
Southwest Contemporary 494
beautiful! The color is soft yet stunning. the tile counter is lovely. basin suits the red. Yellow ceiling does NOT fit the red
Color with ceiling
Austin Modern Home
This unique powder bathroom is highlighted by a vaulted ceiling capped off by a skylight. The glass tile walls are floor to ceiling and are accented by the LED lighting. Photo by Paul Bardagjy
Cre8tive Interior Designs
tile from wall as a border along ceiling in Kenzie's room.
Tile to ceiling
Group 41 Architects
to expand a tiny powder room to include the extra space under the stairs right next to it- but interested in putting the sink under the sloping low ceiling- the question is how low is too low to use the space without it feeling claustrophobic?
uneven ceiling, floor