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  • Amy Woodcock

    Ceiling in foyer?? Try Tin for back splash: Chrome, steel, copper, brass: these are just a few finishes that give your ceiling (or walls) a look that recalls rural eating establishments of the early 20th century. A plethora of patterns exists, too. You can put individual tin squares on drywall, plaster, or drop ceilings. If you install the tin yourself, use cone-head nails so you are less likely to pound them throu

  • Terrie Honeycutt

    Good ideas, small easy, different upgrades

  • jingqiu

    green walls

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