Battersea boxes originated in the mid-18th century and are covered in enamel or porcelain. This Battersea box collection features a variety of embellishments, from animals and botanicals to famous buildings.
Keep things practical outside when serving hot drinks. Set up a spot for enamel ware coffee mugs which will keep your hot chocolate warm, plus they're so durable that there's no need to worry about any breaking or chipping should guests accidentally drop, ding or bang them.
An elegant dining room table forms the centerpiece of this lively green dining room. Bright, patterned draperies on iron medallions contrasted with an enameled walnut credenza and gilded buffet lamps celebrate a creative style.
Geometric glass tiles add extra drama to the black, enameled cabinets in the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 butler's pantry, designed by Steven Miller. The space features integrated storage and display to please the home chef.
Improving Mediterranean curb appeal involves attending to wrought iron balconies, gates and fixtures with a fresh eye, and perhaps repainting with a product like Behr’s Alkyd Semi Gloss Enamel, that works equally well on plaster, aluminum and wrought iron.
This kitchen's cooking area features a vintage cream-colored enamel stove and range hood. White drawers with black countertops are situated on either side of the stove, while glass front cabinets provide visible storage for colorful pitchers and other kitchen items.
The dark navy silk drapery and navy walls create a calming oasis in this master bedroom. The high gloss white enamel paint on the mantel and white chaise pops against the navy color while the Venetian mirror brings elegance to the room.
Rich black, enameled cabinetry with accents of Peruvian walnut are the dramatic cornerstone of the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 kitchen. The sophisticated look is completed with brushed and polished metal hardware, white stone counters and geometric glass tiles, while a custom quartz crystal-encrusted ceiling cove crowns the space.
Wade likes inexpensive pine furniture, like these Adirondack chairs, for outdoors. Maintenance is surprisingly easy: keep a good coat of a high-end UV protectant, high-enamel paint or finish including a primer and two top coats on your furniture to help even inexpensive materials last longer.
An elegant set of four coasters is an inexpensive and easy gift for the holidays. You will need the following materials: (4) 4" white porcelain tiles (available at hardware stores), small felt pads, reindeer and snowflake stencils, blue glitter paint, red paint, sponges and spray gloss enamel.
The master bathroom’s two gently curved trough-style white sinks with black-painted undersides that help emphasize the length of the room are made from durable enameled cast iron. The sinks feature a large rectangular basin with an organic shape that works perfectly with the other industrial and modern design elements in the space.
Instead of remodeling your whole kitchen, just refurbish your countertop to add a dramatic sweep of color, says Erika Woelfel, VP of color for Behr Paints. This neutral kitchen gets a pick-me-up from Behr’s Mountain Blueberry paint on the island topper (plus Marsh Grass on the upper row of cabinets). Woelfel recommends using a high-gloss or semi-gloss enamel for kitchen surfaces.