This dainty metal tin is a beautiful way to decorate dorm room counter space while creating a storage space for small trinkets and jewelry. The rich green coloring pops against the white wall and light wood table.
Warm, textural elements, like barn wood accent walls and a display of woven baskets, balance the cold metal details. Red Tolix chairs inject a bright and cheery pop of color while keeping with the rustic industrial theme.
Inspired by the prevalent coal mining industry in the area, rustic, industrial features dominate this restaurant to honor the community's heritage. Corrugated tin ceilings and industrial lighting are reminiscent of materials actually used on a coal mine. Red metal chairs add vibrancy and cheerfulness to the space.
This farmhouse inspired kitchen is full of rustic and vintage detail. From the gold metal and tin pendant light to the ornate shelf brackets that match the hood range this kitchen is full of charming allure. The deep well sink is accented by the large kitchen window and wood grain tile backsplash surround with mosaic detail.
For this project, you'll need a metal or ceramic rectangle planter with lip; glass sheet (not tempered) cut into 4 pieces; metal mesh; lava rocks; marine silicone; gel fuel; tape measure; tin snips; rubber gloves; small metal pails (optional for deep planters).
The Matsumotos wanted an outdoor dining area on a covered porch. The tin ceiling was made from the repurposed metal roof from the home's original structure. A hanging planter was fashioned from an old wooden box salvaged from inside the old house.
A custom tin hood vent serves as the wow-worthy focal point in this Italianate-inspired kitchen. The white-glazed cabinetry and stone backsplash provide a creamy hue to the gourmet surroundings. The metal and crystal chandelier illuminates the small dining area.
A custom-designed railing made from mesh and metal piping lines this one-of-a-kind stairway. Corrugated tin adds interest on the ceiling, as does a custom light fixture dubbed "Daddy Long Legs" by the design team. Glass block windows bring in loads of natural light.