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Old 01-18-2009, 05:51 PM
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I'm redoing a hallway that has no windows and one glass door. This is a mobile home so the hall is long.

I'd like to use tin ceiling panels/tile so that the light can reflect from the door to give it a more lively feel.

I've seen tiles that are square that contain 1 large square, 4 smaller squares, or 8 littler squares.

For this space, which one would be best to make the feel larger?

And anyone have experience w/ tin-tips or tricks or things you wish you would have known?

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Old 01-18-2009, 07:42 PM
Location: Lynbrook
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It would be good to see photos, but my first instinct would be either the four or eight square. Especially if you will have to cut any to fit.
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Old 01-21-2009, 01:09 PM
Location: Orlando, Florida
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Unless you are using the silver or white, I'm not sure if it would add light to the room. Here's a website with lots of good pictures.
Tin/Styrene | SurfacingSolution

I used to live in a mobile home years ago. You can do so many neat decorative things with them. One time I put curtains up in the hall to make it "look" like there was a window there.
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