635 architectural ceiling detail Industrial Home Design Photos

Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
18 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks39,517
Questions37
what paint color is the ceiling? did you paint the stairs the same color?
wires hanging from the rafters in my basement ceiling, and would like to use this idea of painting ceiling and rafters....but then there's the wires...
molding along the ceiling in your pictures looks larger than what i've seen at home depot. Is your molding in this photo along the ceiling true 2x2 or 1.5x1
Does the heat rise into the first floor more because the ceiling is not drywalled
Yes i love the ceiling - i have a 1950 home with low ceilings in the basement...how would the black painted ceilings look? Would they look ever
Corrugated metal. See other photos for more detailed description.
use on the ceiling ? Great job !
“Industrial..Love” — innocenti105
Beard + Riser Architects
Interior
Ideabooks10,644
Questions11
Wonderful house! What exactly is the ceiling made of and how did you treat it to get that corroded finish?
having a hard time deciding what size to specify) and how high are the ceilings? Is it a SIPS construction house or conventional framing?
pendant light that hangs down, so there's less of a visible connection at the ceiling.
about how to make the rings work with the housing sitting higher in the ceiling. The sheetrock + the corrugation makes it a little difficult. Wondering
Ceiling done in sheets of rusted, corrugated tin. Architectural salvage places usually have some or salvage
sheets. For a more industrial look, currogated metal sheets are used as the ceiling material in this tall space. The more rust the better.
What are options for metal ceilings?
“Roof” — hnm07
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
9 Reviews
Z-loft
Ideabooks4,708
Questions9
What material is used on the ceilings in this space?
ways you can get a ceiling to look like this if you are not lucky enough to live in a warehouse loft with original architectural detail.
cement. Follow manufacturer directions. The original tin ceiling tiles were nailed to wood on the ceiling, but you know, these things were done way back before
If this is an original ceiling, it looks like our panel #220. All our pattern dies are from 1898 so it's
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A textured ceiling tile to cover popcorn ceiling in living
stick ceiling tiles by W. F. Norman. Panel #220.
Tin. Tin ceilings were originally created as a more affordable way to add ornament than plaster
pressed tin ceiling and dark floor
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Wheeler Kearns Architects
Michigan Farmhouse
Ideabooks2,776
Questions4
is this a container home ? What is the material used for the walls and ceilings ? looks like metal of some sort.
ceiling panels same look we currently have
name has stuck. This farmhouse in Michigan uses it very effectively on the ceiling.
colour and architecture...corrugated ceiling...metal ceiling...tin ceiling...Ceiling for outdoor...Ceiling and flooring...Deck ceiling...garage ceiling...Bar ceiling...corrugated tin ceiling...Tin walls and ceiling
“corrugated metal for accents? too much in this photo, but maybe under bar or as backsplash?” — cathygsnyder
Studio One-Off Architecture & Design
Open living room
Ideabooks11,917
Questions14
We are considering doing a similar ceiling technique, exposed joists. The question being what to do about all the
I would like to make a TV cover, but have a vaulted ceiling and therefore cannot use a sliding door track- I will have to use a track
Love this look. How high is the ceiling?
Who is the manufacturer and model number of the ceiling light fictures? Thanks!
ly across the ceiling. In this view, they are dimmed to a low output, but still very effective for accent.
Do you have any details on the wall sconces
fixture and the ceiling. These are typically used in truly high-ceilinged spaces. In this photo its hard to see how they throw onto the ceiling because they
creating ambient light, because their primary purpose is to illuminate the ceiling, for indirect lighting. Besides the little pool of light on the wall just
“Lighting” — Infinity Design Studio Corp.
Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects
music room
Ideabooks1,180
Questions1
Another way to solve the ceiling sound absorbtion problem.
Solar lighting tubes weave through the architecture of the music room and other parts of the second floor. "This family uses very few electrical lights
disco ball and music, and it becomes a dance club. Hang curtains from the ceiling and add a trunk of dress-up clothes, and it becomes a theater where little
What is the color of the ceiling?
“2x12s and steel” — Carl Hunt
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
10 Reviews
Lum
Ideabooks1,903
Questions5
Were the ceiling and joists found this way or how was this limed effect achieved?
trusses, with 18 in width. it feels very low. Im thinking of exposing the ceiling and creating the look you have in this pic (which is wonderful!). Do you
Is the carved wood architectural piece under the window attainable?
exposed rafters, open ceilings. white washed, white distressed paint.
“Exposed” — boyer23
Renovation Design Group
4 Reviews
Contemporary black kitchen with concrete counters and stainless steel fixtures
Ideabooks9,035
Questions9
counter top on the kitchen island, stainless steel fixtures, corrugated steel ceiling panels, and a glass garage door opening to the back yard. Photo and copyright
Where did you get the ceiling materials?
this picture. ie minimum hardware and appears to be suspended from the ceiling? May I also have the name of the door manufacturer?
metal (joists, plywood, shingles). The metal panels are really just a ceiling finish in this application.
CeilingsLight from this kitchen skylight plays on the gleaming, undulating surface, making the ceiling the visual focus of the room.
in architect-designed homes. It can look pretty glamorous, too, as these ceiling panels show in this dark-hued kitchen.
“Slick” — Christine Mangnall-Schwarz
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