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Example of an eclectic bedroom design in Houston with multicolored walls

Industrial BedroomEclectic Bedroom, Houston

Example of an eclectic bedroom design in Houston with multicolored walls —  Houzz
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mh47476 wrote:Dec 15, 2013
  • zazfuzzroc
    @everdebz, I know.... all the textural aspects of this room make interesting, but the neutral soft colors make it relaxing and inviting. I love this room. :) I can't stop looking at it. Lol :)
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    W.F. Norman Corporation

    You can also find tin ceiling designs at W.F. Norman Corp. where our
    Hi-Art® product line contains 140 ceiling designs and over 1,300
    ornaments. Produced in zinc, copper, and brass, our products are hand
    stamped from authentic 1898 dies. Browse our catalogs at wfnorman.com.

kellyodea wrote:Dec 22, 2013
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    Wallpaper Collective
    we have a fun assortment of Wallpaper Tiles - check them out on our website: www.wallpapercollective.com!
  • PRO
    W.F. Norman Corporation

    You can also find tin ceiling designs at W.F. Norman Corp. where our
    Hi-Art® product line contains 140 ceiling designs and over 1,300
    ornaments. Produced in zinc, copper, and brass, our products are hand
    stamped from authentic 1898 dies. Browse our catalogs at wfnorman.com.

flame52105210 wrote:Feb 17, 2014
Lindsay & Arcie wrote:Dec 26, 2014
  • Talmage Dangerfield

    I also would like to know how the tiles were installed on the wall. The design looks so clever and so classy. How much did each of these tiles cost? It is nice being retired so that I can actually afford fun renovations like these. http://www.herrmanntiles.net.au

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    American Tin Ceilings

    @sylvainBoisse - these tiles are the Nail-Up installation method from American Tin, which are easily nailed to the wall :)

NEXT Project Studio wrote:Jun 4, 2014
Barbara Thompson wrote:Mar 22, 2015
zazfuzzroc wrote:Nov 9, 2014
  • zazfuzzroc
    You're very welcome. You did an amazing job. It really looks great. Beautiful textures/colors. :)
  • Frank Borszcz
    I love the tin. Looks amazing.
veronicalew wrote:May 8, 2014
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    Commercium Globalis - De Cisalpino Design
    The wall treatment is really nice. What material is it? Is there a website from where I could see more of it? Thank you.
  • Becky Harris
    They are tin ceiling tiles - according to the designer "The tin tiles were purchased from The American Tin Ceiling Company, unfinished. From there, we had a paint contractor come in and finish each tile."
jbfinch wrote:Feb 9, 2014
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Roktta wrote:Dec 18, 2013
Kaci Billings wrote:Dec 29, 2015
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    1585483965
    Our company can produce the lamp
tonyzuniga24 wrote:Mar 5, 2015
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    Brian Greer's Tin Ceilings

    This and many more designs can be found on our website www.tinceiling.com.
    We manufacture and distribute a wide variety of historically accurate tin ceiling
    products. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to email or
    call and we will be happy to assist you with your project.

deweymartin wrote:Feb 24, 2015
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    American Tin Ceilings

    @deweymartin this installation features a variety of panels from American Tin that were handpainted by the interior designer. Additionally, American Tin offers 50+ colors in more than 35 classic and modern patterns including all those featured above. Browse more here and let us know if we can help: http://goo.gl/nlyv0R

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              What Houzz contributors are saying:

              tugmanstudio
              Tugman Studio added this to 10 Tips for Choosing and Working With a BuilderMar 17, 2016

              8. Understand the importance of a building contract. A building contract is simply an agreement between a builder, who agrees to undertake a specific set of works, and a client, who agrees to pay a set amount of money. There are many forms of contract, but the one that I most regularly use for residential projects has the drawings and schedules attached to the contract, so it’s clear what’s included and what’s not. The payment terms and so on are agreed upon upfront.The important thing the contract does is set out the “what ifs” —such as, what if the work is changed along the way? What if it takes longer than agreed? Ideally and, I’m glad to say, usually, once signed and filed, the contract isn’t needed again because everything has gone smoothly. But that’s often because everyone knows it’s there in the background.

              yanicsimard
              Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to 7 Design Rules and Why You Should Break ThemOct 18, 2015

              Tile can make a dramatic wall treatment that provides interesting and unexpected texture anywhere. Tip: Balance out the hard surface with extra textiles, such as a curtain, plush rug or piled-on pillows.

              anniekendall
              Annie Thornton added this to Source List: 20 Tiles That Make a StatementJul 20, 2015

              1. Tin Tiles From American Tin CeilingsPainted tin ceiling tiles make up an unforgettable and completely customized accent wall in this Houston bedroom. Contour Interior Design ordered the tiles online and had a paint contractor come in and paint each individual tile before hanging them on the wall. Paint: Sherwin Williams; bedding, pillows, area rug, nightstand and table lamp: West Elm; Industrial Cage 3-light arc rust floor lamp: Lamps Plus

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              Simone Cameron-Coen added this to BedroomsMay 13, 2019

              Love the feature wall and the simple lampshades. Not sure about the shag carpet/rug.

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