Brian Greer's Tin Ceilings

Brian Greer's Tin Ceilings

In Brian Greer’s Petersburg, Ontario, shop, shelves and walls are lined with turn-of-the-century tools. Working with tin ceilings since 1962, Greer adds historical flourish to interiors trapped in the present day. The company offers simple patterns like trefoils, coffered squares and stars, as well as ornate florals and sneering gargoyles pressed into tin. Moldings, cornices, medallions, friezes and custom finials are available in tin, chrome, copper, brass and pewter. Greer’s comprehensive website includes a design tool as well as a downloadable step-by-step installation film.

  • "The Big Clip is made from solid 10mm chrome plated steel rod, measures 28cm, attaches to the wall or links to form a chain making a fantastic coat hook or magazine rack. They can be strung together in a chain, hung from a ceiling... "The Big Clip is made from solid 10mm chrome plated steel rod, measures 28cm, attaches to the wall or links to form a chain making a fantastic coat hook or magazine rack. They can be strung together in a chain, hung from a ceiling hook, the chain makes a coat stand as long as you like." They also had a limited edition glowing pink version which of corse SoldOut

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