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.
This elaborate sitting room features wall-to-wall wood panels paired with a detailed tin ceiling and soft yellow trim. Oversized pintucked armchairs boast a bold striped pattern, while two dark brown square coffee tables offer room for traditional decor. A bay window and two sets of French doors allow natural light to flood the space.
This eclectic living room evokes glamour with a mix of styles, shapes, colors and tones. The custom blue, velvet sofa is the focal point and balances the room with an elegant chandelier highlighting the copper tin ceiling.
The bar offers seating for four to enjoy drinks with the host before or after dinner. A built-in wine cooler is conveniently located next to the counter to serve guests their favorite white wine. Above, a tin ceiling insert and wrought iron pendant lights bring a sense of Old World style to the space.
This white loft apartment in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood is loaded with architectural detail, including a painted tin ceiling and oversized windows that bring in ample natural light. A sleek modular sofa and low-profile coffee table, both by B&B Italia, create a nice spot for TV viewing and conversation. The chandelier is by Moooi.
This previously dark and dated kitchen was transformed into a bright transitional space with the help of white moldings, white cabinets and wood-grain tile floors. A magnificent tin tile ceiling serves as the focal point of the space.
Thick white architectural beams are accented with silver, patterned tin tiles in this white kitchen. Over the kitchen island, large glass lantern pendants form the perfect balance between traditional and transitional.
This neutral kitchen features antique white cabinets and a beadboard ceiling. A tin range hood and crystal chandelier add elegant touches, while a kitchen island with a wood countertop provides extra room for food preparation.
The wall between the kitchen and dining area was removed to allow the free flow of natural light into the space. The designer maximizes on storage space by making the best use of the entire room from floor to ceiling.