244 pressed tin Industrial Home Design Photos

Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
9 Reviews
Z-loft
Ideabooks4,755
Questions9
ours. They are hand pressed metal and not "peel and stick".
januaryair -- if you just do an internet search under "peel and stick tin tiles" you will
variety of patterns and sizes of tiles that look like tin -- but they are NOT necessarily made of tin. Many are peel and stick and some say to install them
them with contact cement. Follow manufacturer directions. The original tin ceiling tiles were nailed to wood on the ceiling, but you know, these things
invented. There are also embossed wall coverings that would mimic the look of tin tiles. Lots of ways you can get a ceiling to look like this if you are not
a glossy pearl paint on the tin might look sharp?
pressed tin ceilings with piper lighting features
pressed tin ceiling and dark floor
“the large blue wall art” — knwosu
Contour Interior Design, LLC
11 Reviews
Midtown Bachelor
Ideabooks5,667
Questions14
These tin tiles were purchased from The American Tin Ceiling Company, unfinished and then custom painted.
from The American Tin Ceiling Company, unfinished and then custom painted.
These tin tiles were purchased from The American Tin Ceiling Company, unfinished
The tin tiles were purchased from The American Tin Ceiling Company, unfinished. From there, we had a paint
Great question Kelly! The tin tiles were purchased from The American Tin Ceiling Company, unfinished. From there, we had a paint
Tin tile wall maybe for bathroom wall in master
Cool use of tin ceiling tiles to decorate wall in bedroom.
wall yet prevented it from overwhelming the room. Magon balanced out the tin with lots of soft textures on the bed, a shag area rug and calm light gray
the wall feature! tin ceiling tile...Wall covered I old tin ceiling tiles
“wall texture” — sandecky
Camilla Molders
5 Reviews
Camilla Molders Design Portfolio
Ideabooks214
Questions1
Pressed metal ceiling and hanging lights
Pressed metal as a kitchen splash back in white
8. Pressed metalMaking a comeback recently, pressed metal is now easily available and adds to the industrial
Modern edge. Far from taking this kitchen back in time, pressed metal takes it up to the minute. The texture-rich ceiling contrasts beautifully with the
Pressed metal has become widely available so perhaps introducing it into a period
feature adds a sense of nostalgia. Interior designer Camilla Molders used pressed metal on the ceiling and face of the bulkhead of this kitchen to great effect
Pressed tin on back of breakfast bar
“like the light fixture” — acathy
Camilla Molders
5 Reviews
Camilla Molders Design Portfolio
Ideabooks123
Questions0
Silver tin coffee table
“Decorative roofing truss, kitchen cupboard colour and lounge” — Jorgi Petrou
Rock Cliff Custom Homes
8 Reviews
Downtown Living - Townhouse Reno
Ideabooks318
Questions0
Stainless tin to match appliances. Crown type trim on beam. Cover beam completely as in photo.
Pressed tin ceiling...Pressed metal?....Pressed ceiling, lights on pipes...drop tin ceiling, lighting
“spots” — Olga Shekhovtsova
Bespoke Architects Pty Ltd
Bespoke Renovation 5
Ideabooks19
Questions0
pressed metal splashback...Pressed tin...minimal tiles, pressed metal...sink/fux tin back splash/ counter...Pressed tin
“Pressed tin” — degsie
Camilla Molders
5 Reviews
Camilla Molders Design Portfolio
Ideabooks116
Questions0
monochrome kitchen, dark beams, pressed metal
pressed metal...pressed tin
“Le plan de travail de la cuisine” — chardonne
Vanni Archive/Architectural Photography
Living Room, Soho Loft, New York City
Ideabooks438
Questions1
Pressed tin ceiling
“Corner bookshelf” — sunhotmoon
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