This title features 25 stylish, easy-to-follow projects for installing a wide variety of ceiling treatments. It lets you learn the secrets to turning even the most plain and boring unadorned ceilings into fabulous design opportunities with this superbly illustrated and comprehensive guide. "Ultimate Guide to Architectural Ceiling Treatments" provides readers with an unparalleled wealth of inspiration and easy-to-follow technical information for realizing the true design potential of their ceilings.With 25 fully illustrated projects in a variety of styles, as well as an inspirational gallery of real-life examples - including beamed ceilings, coffered ceilings, medallions, and more - this is a must-have for anyone wanting to add a touch of style to their ceiling.
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Neal Barrett is a successful carpenter, woodworker, and furniture designer. He is also the author of a number of books on home improvement.
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Book Description Creative Homeowner, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111580114148
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Book Description Creative Homeowner, 2008. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: SafetyIntroduction 1 Varieties of Ceiling Treatments -- general discussion Paint and paper Suspended ceilings with decorative panels Acoustic tiles Drywall soffits Cove lighting Lighting as architectural feature Cornices Rosettes Medallions and Domes Plaster Polymer Beams Wood Drywall or plaster Tin Ceilings Wood boards applied to ceiling Coffered and tray ceilings Skylights2 Considerations for ceiling embellishments Structural vs. purely decorative elements Room size and ceiling height Location of room in house Floor D 1st, 2nd, etc. Structures above room Type of construction Framing Joists or trusses D spacing and materials Existing ceiling material and condition Plaster, drywall, acoustic tile, etc. Cost of various options Desired effect and different ways to achieve it D-I-Y or contracted renovation Issues of style & suitability Maintaining consistency with overall house style Traditional vs. contemporary treatments Examples: Domes & medallions D traditional Skylights - contemporary 3. Tools for D-I-Y projects General tools Specialty tools for: Paint treatments Wallpaper Drywall soffits &nbs. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_1580114148