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Old 09-17-2011, 01:42 PM   #1
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Coming down the home stretch of a small (7x10) sunroom on back of house. The walls are finished/painted sheetrock and floor will be tiled. I was thinking a tongue and groove pine ceiling but wondered if there are any options for the ceiling? The room is completely enclosed with three walls being full window other than short knee wall... Any other ceiling ideas?

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Tongue and Groove pine sounds like a good idea for a sun room. If you like fake beams you can just have plain sheetrock and the beams can add some characters to the room.

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personally i like sunrooms with translucent ceiling. i.e. maybe something like this --> CLICK
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Antique style tin.

If it fits your style, it can add a lot of charm.
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Tongue and Groove pine sounds like a good idea for a sun room. If you like fake beams you can just have plain sheetrock and the beams can add some characters to the room.
Yuuuuup! Although I like the lasting aroma of cedar.
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