166 metal container Kitchen Design Photos

WA design
8 Reviews
Saratoga Creek House
Arched ceiling using bronzed sheet metal
love the ceiling and stone- would like to use stone and metal in future kitchen
unbelievably huge -- but what I like is the metal "false ceiling" and the eclectic textures and surfaces
Wilson used a palette of natural stones, metals, and dark woods in the kitchen. This dramatic and earthy palette is echoed throughout the house. The kitchen countertops are made of soapstone, and the cabinetry is custom made from sapele, an African tree reminiscent of mahogany. Wilson and his team installed
installed a drop bronze soffit on the ceiling. Lighting and skylights make the metal glow throughout the day and night. The dark blue curved wall to the left was designed to separate the entry hall from the rest of the space. Wilson allowed the curve to extend into the floor, allowing it to continue
“backsplash” — ktheado
Albertsson Hansen Architecture, Ltd
Madeline Island
ceiling color contains space, gives depth
The client didn’t want the kitchen to be “too precious,” Albertsson says. To give it a casual feeling, she mixed oak cabinets with metal-front units from Ikea, and used plastic laminate counters around the perimeter. “We wanted it to look a little thrown together,” she says. A shelf across the windows
“cool color” — g903978
Moon Bros Inc
Apple Farm
metal herring bone tiles come in copper but what would match taupe cabinets
omg -- combo of wood, metal and stone -- love the metallic backsplash WITH stone.
The cooking nook, with the metal tile and stone and wood accents.
Most metal tile installations look best with a grout color that matches the metal. Otherwise the contrast distracts from the subtlety of the metal finish. All metal tiles must be installed with unsanded grout. Sanded grout will permanently
permanently scratch and damage the surface of the tile. Check with the manufacturer for the appropriate adhesive for your particular metal tile.
“grey herringbone tile” — Holly McAllister
Terra Firma Custom Homes
1 Review
Custom cabinet hardware and metal range hood make this rustic mountain kitchen a centerpiece in the house.
for letting everyone know about our metal work! This hood is the Durango hood in a Rustic Iron Finish with a matching backsplash and hardware. We loved working with you guys and New Mountain on this kitchen. Looks great! Thanks for posting!
The backsplash is metal with a unique patina finish. If you
you are building, I would suggest using real metal and having it finish prior to installation. If it is for a remodel, there are companies who can apply a metal coating to achieve a similar look.
kitchens together and greatly enjoy working together. The countertop material is a 3cm granite slab in Razor Gold and the backsplash is a custom finished metal.
“warm cabinets, vent hood, stone work” — billylou84
Peace Design
Yes, this is a built in containing an 18" freezer and 30" refrigerator, both from Thermador.
Metal Tile
“Love stone” — bayleej
Brookside Custom Homes, LLC.
3 Reviews
Project Pictures
This looks like a custom piece, although fairly simple to make. Sheet metal can be found in a number of gages, and cut into any desired width. Often it will be glued, and mechanically fastened into place, with nail heads or
The hood was custom made to our specifications by Rangecraft. The bands are polished nickel and the metal panels were painted to match the cabinets. -Chris
ceiling height. Here the designer opted to go for a more dramatic look with the hood rather than putting wall cabinets over top of it. The cream painted metal is a great alternative to a wood hood surround if you're looking for something that ties in with the cabinets without matching them exactly.
Metal brackets on island, cabinet style, full granite splash
“Comptoir4” — Édith Tousignant
Jason Ball Interiors, LLC
17 Reviews
Allen Residence - Whole Home Design and Remodel
Looking into the recently remodeled kitchen from the nook eating area. Dark oak cabinetry, slab granite counters and stone/metal mosaic backsplash create a contemporary and warm space.
If you wanted to find strictly a metal tile, we have a pretty big product line that focuses just on metal : http://www.edenmosaictile.com/stainless-steel-tile.asp
It is indeed a combination of stone and metal, but there is also a ceramic tile mixed in. The stone is a limestone, metal is a stainless steel tile. Here's a detail shot for reference.
Mats Looking into the recently remodeled kitchen from the nook eating area. Dark oak cabinetry, slab granite counters and stone/metal mosaic backsplash create a contemporary and warm space.
“Kitchen cabinets” — geoffkoontz
Fifth Element Homes
Piano Kitchen
vision to reality. Finally after much creativity they were able to take the metallic paint that I chose and create the wave like patterns on the wall. I believe, if I remember correctly, that the paint was a Sherwin Williams metallic and the waves (lines) were made with wall texture applied using a caulk
Paintable wallpaper splashback in metallic paint
splashback metallic and the waves (lines) were made with wall texture applied using a caulk gun.
This can be done as faux painting with metallic paint
“backsplash” — pumpkinpie518
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