1,499 ceiling cutout Industrial Home Design Photos

Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects
homework desks
Ideabooks2,061
Questions2
How are those ceiling lights put tOgether?
style long desk, round ceiling cut-outs for lighting, exposed beams.
like floor to ceiling wall to anchor; 2 chairs spaced a bit further
Split ceiling treatment - gyprock bulkhead and exposed rafters...
turning them into new finished flooring planks, countertops, benches and ceiling treatments.Desk: James R. Clum Custom Cabinetry
joists from other areas of the house and created countertops, benches and ceiling treatments.
red ceiling + wood + white
“Office as part of open” — nettyhaha
Brunelleschi Construction
19 Reviews
Dillon
Ideabooks4,371
Questions5
What kind of lights do you put in the ceiling?
tell me what type of flooring was used in this basement? Were getting our ceilings painted (open look) but, undecided for flooring. Which is best and most
Exposed ceilings such as this are usually sprayed using a paint sprayer. Using a sprayer does require more paint but you will be done in no time and will
9-foot-high ceiling allowed for more height; a drop ceiling or drywall would have closed down on the space. More reasons to paint the ceiling black
“ceiling” — rcs318
Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
17 Reviews
Duncan Avenue Basement Renovation
Ideabooks36,787
Questions35
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
I bought the paint and then chickened out on this dark ceiling. I went all gallery white in my basement instead and it has a loft-like
use on the ceiling ? Great job !
“Lobby ceiling” — Steven Gaynair, Towns & Architecture
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Beard + Riser Architects
Interior
Ideabooks10,110
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
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?...ceiling and walls tie in nicely...like the metal panels on ceiling
“Metal ceiling” — esecrist
Angela Todd Designs
28 Reviews
Writer's Loft
Ideabooks3,652
Questions6
Is it a black or a dark gray? I'm getting ready to rip down the ceiling drywall in my condo and I want to match the color as close as possible to
The ceiling was constructed by the developer and we are sorry we don't have the information
painted loft like ceiling, simple basement remodel,
The ceiling is a great place for incorporating contrast, too. While this kitchen says urban country, the ceiling screams modern industrial.
How is a ceiling like this insulated?...What color is the ceiling painted?
“Interior” — coachsmithswife
Wheeler Kearns Architects
Michigan Farmhouse
Ideabooks2,590
Questions4
is this a container home ? What is the material used for the walls and ceilings ? looks like metal of some sort.
name has stuck. This farmhouse in Michigan uses it very effectively on the ceiling.
corrugated ceiling...metal ceiling...tin ceiling...Ceiling for outdoor...Ceiling and flooring...Deck ceiling...garage ceiling...Metal walls and ceiling...Tin ceilings...Bar ceiling...corrugated tin ceiling...Tin walls and ceiling...Corrugated metal ceiling...the ceiling
“Metal walls and ceiling” — rgforrester
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
8 Reviews
Z-loft
Ideabooks4,547
Questions9
What material is used on the ceilings in this space?
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
coverings that would mimic the look of tin tiles. Lots of ways you can get a ceiling to look like this if you are not lucky enough to live in a warehouse loft
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
plaster. They became popular during the Victorian era. Today tin ceilings sweeten a real estate listing. If you want to get the look, you can buy easy
“Floors” — davestes
Renovation Design Group
4 Reviews
Contemporary black kitchen with concrete counters and stainless steel fixtures
Ideabooks8,394
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.
“ceiling and modern cabinets” — Christine Swisher with Walter E. Smithe Furniture
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