I have an 1897 house with not much in the way of cabinetry...would love me some cabinets. Need chestnut to match  the existing floor to ceiling unit. Oh damn, Chestnut blight. Still -- I could use the tin ceiling!!! ENB

I have an 1897 house with not much in the way of cabinetry...would love me some cabinets. Need chestnut to match the existing floor to ceiling unit. Oh damn, Chestnut blight. Still -- I could use the tin ceiling!!! ENB

PVC tile ceiling - this would be beautiful in the dining room, as well as, in the basement. :)

PVC tile ceiling - this would be beautiful in the dining room, as well as, in the basement. :)

TOH Pro Tip: "For a pleasing layout, and to avoid awkward cuts at the ends, always work from the center of the ceiling out. Snap two chalk lines: one that bisects the ceiling's length and one that bisects its width. Use the point where the lines intersect as your starting spot." —Tom Silva, TOH general contractor

TOH Pro Tip: "For a pleasing layout, and to avoid awkward cuts at the ends, always work from the center of the ceiling out. Snap two chalk lines: one that bisects the ceiling's length and one that bisects its width. Use the point where the lines intersect as your starting spot." —Tom Silva, TOH general contractor

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