88,755 galvanized metal Home Design Photos

Julie Ranee Photography
Kitchen
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can the galvanized pendant be purchased? Thanks!
remove galvanized coating and leave outside to weather for a bit.
steel and galvanized metals are materials that can take a beating and still look great.
steel and galvanized metals are materials that can take a beating and still look great
metal chairs for garage kitchen island
steel and galvanized metals are materials that can take a beating and still look great.
“Floors/ceiling” — obynray
Loudon County Luxury Interiors & Custom Cabinetry
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Santa Ynez Barn
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build metal building home would like to know what these are made of
ribbed metal between the beams/trusses. Adds an interesting architectural feel.....We didn't talk about what material you envision between the beam/trusses at the physical ceiling....is it drywall, wood, or, maybe metal?
metal panel ceiling with wood beams
“barn doors” — cheri8888
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Healdsburg Residence
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galvanized metal table, blue packing mover blanket cushions
window seats, like reclaimed metal console, Benjamin Moore White Dove
with a galvanized console table in the living room. The window seat cushions are upholstered with the simple blue packing blankets movers use. "Everything here has a cheeky twist," the designer says. "It reflects the spirit of the family."
“Fireplace” — Carmen Yung
William Britten
Rustic cabin on family compound
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Galvanized metal roof sloped at 45-degree angle, exterior board and batten rough-sawn hemlock, locust front porch.
Cabin at metal storage building area
steep, galvanized metal roof slopes at a 45-degree angle, a rare design these days; it pays homage to old-fashioned cabin roof styles. It cost $3,000.
steep, galvanized metal roof slopes at a 45-degree angle, a rare design these days; it pays homage to old-fashioned cabin roof styles. It cost $3,000.
“Like this look.” — sbgham
decordemon
Brian Patrick Flynn
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repurpose galvanized metal conduit as drapery hardware by attaching the conduit to outdoor walls or beams using plumbing flanges and metal screws.
repurpose galvanized metal conduit as drapery hardware by attaching the conduit to outdoor walls or beams using plumbing flanges and metal screws. Note: You'll need clip rings in order to quickly put up and take down outdoor draperies panels. Make sure you slide your clip rings onto the poles before attaching
“Rods for patio curtains” — patsyhilton
Renovation Design Group
4 Reviews
Contemporary black kitchen with concrete counters and stainless steel fixtures
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using metal as interior decor on our Houzz profile. Good luck!
We do not have information on that specifically, as the contractor provided the materials for the project. They are galvanized metal
Like the concrete bench and metal roof with windows
corrugated metal ceiling. Maybe too industrial
corrugated metal ceiling w/ fluoro lights
“Corrugated metal ceiling” — waimancho
lakeshorecottage
Lakeshore Cottage Living
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made from galvanized metal, looks great as a decorative accent on its own but can also be filled with umbrellas, walking sticks, fresh flowers or branches of winter berries.
made from galvanized metal, looks great as a decorative accent on its own but can also be filled with umbrellas, walking sticks, fresh flowers or branches of winter berries.
“Kilim beige” — cspendl
Coffman Studio
The Colony House
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and a galvanized metal hat channel topper
and a galvanized metal hat channel topper. Trex decking, stucco walls, resin panels, synthetic turf and acid-washed concrete were used to complement the industrial accents.
rusted metal, so Coffman included a rusted fire pit and a pergola with a painted steel frame and a galvanized metal hat channel topper. He added Trex decking, stucco walls, resin panels, synthetic turf and acid-washed concrete to complement — though not overwhelm — the industrial accents.
“the stone” — cruisenurse
Chairs?
Where are the chairs from?
HVAC Ducts in a hallway
My older home (it was built by my grandfather in 1963) has had wood paneling covering the ductwork in the downstairs hallway for almost 40 years, when...
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