latilla

[luh-tee-uh; Spanish lah-tee-yah]
noun Chiefly Southwestern U.S.
a peeled branch or piece of wood laid between beams of a ceiling or above the vigas for decoration.
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Exposed vigas and full latilla ceilings, as well as hand-carved fireplaces and bancos, complement the thick adobe walls.
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