Fun dining room makeover with a tin ceiling!


We recently completed a fun dining room renovation which included building a custom bookcase, installing a classic tin ceiling, and installing plenty of molding to make this a bright, fun space for the clients.
This is the photo of what the space looked like prior to our arrival.
This is the photo of what the space looked like prior to our arrival.
The bookcase was actually installed in front of a radiator shared with the adjacent room, so we had to seal the inside wood and use foam insulation to protect the casework. The black screen is "radiator screen".
The bookcase was actually installed in front of a radiator shared with the adjacent room, so we had to seal the inside wood and use foam insulation to protect the casework. The black screen is "radiator screen".
It's fun to see the transformation of the space, and how much the crown, wainscot panels, chair rail, and tin ceiling adds to it.  The 2 doors flanking the bookcase were built in to the wall design to conceal them.
It's fun to see the transformation of the space, and how much the crown, wainscot panels, chair rail, and tin ceiling adds to it. The 2 doors flanking the bookcase were built in to the wall design to conceal them.

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