As with all these things, because tin ceilings came back in fashion I suddenly started noticing them everywhere - houses, restaurants, bars, shops etc. This has been over the last few years so now I think it's probably safe to say that American Tin has had its resurgence, and is now probably on the verge of being passé once again. AA Gill included tin ceilings in restaurants in a list of "trends that do seem to be past their sell-by date" for 2012 in the Sunday Times Style magazine. Say no more.
This is a very cool restaurant (not according to AA Gill of course) in Amsterdam called De Ysbreeker.
(Surely not very comfortable?)
So what do you think? If I was going to have any I'd want them white and on the ceiling just where they are supposed to be.
(What is going on with this room? Chevron tiled floor, mirrored cube, gold and silver furniture, chandelier, gothic cut-throughs and the world's least comfortable looking sofa. This room needs to just have a cup of tea and calm down).
Anyway, the sun is out and spring is on it's way = good times.