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Noir Lounge

A Jazz-era inspired wine bar and brewpub cast in a seductive setting with two bars and a screening room playing noir films.

Bentley Ceiling Tiles

A dining room and home office get a beautiful upgrade.

Church Ceiling Reface

A coffered ceiling on a budget.

LUX the Salon

A light and airy ceiling upgrade for a high-end salon.

Sound Innovations

An innovative ceiling for an innovative store.

Yo3 Metro Frozen Yogurt

Restaurant interior design and branding by Mindful Design Consulting.

Apricato Frozen Yogurt

Restaurant interior design and branding by Mindful Design Consulting.

Elegant Coffered Ceiling

Merlot Madison Ceiling Tiles make a bold ceiling statement.

Basement Gym and Hallway

Modern installation featuring Southland Ceiling Tiles in a "basketweave" like pattern

Translucent Kitchen Ceiling

Can't get rid of your drop ceiling? Upgrade it!

Beautiful Office Ceiling

The perfect finishing touch for this construction company's boardroom.


Drybar is a brand new "blow dry bar" concept created around a very simple idea: No cuts. No color. Just blowouts.

J. Morgan Ltd. Fine Jewelers

Fine jewelry, highest standards in service, beautiful ceiling!

Coffered Ceiling

Easy to install custom bedroom ceilings.

Custom Kitchen Ceiling

New ceiling tiles and crown molding set this installation apart.

Gem Restaurant and Night Club

Restaurant interior design by JFS Design Studio, Inc. in Boston, MA.

Historic Renovation

A photography studio in a historic building gets a ceiling upgrade.

Better Than Tin

Family couldn't be happier with their new kitchen ceiling.

Low-Profile Drop Ceiling Grid

Tiles appear to be real wood once installed in the grid.

Could Hardly Wait

Recommended to any DIYer.

Back in Black

A beautiful, black coffered home theater ceiling.

Yup, That's a Toilet

The best public restroom in Genessee County, Michigan. Guaranteed.

Lakewood Yacht Club

A great before and after ceiling comparison.


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