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Sep 23, 2014 10:00:00 PM
It's often said that trends cycle. Whether it be fashion or interior design, from your trusty high-waisted jeans to classic red lips, there are some fads that aren't really fads at all because they'll never completely die. These "trends" may dip in popularity for a few years, but resurgence is almost surely guaranteed. One of those is the ever-popular tin ceiling.
Hailing from the Victorian era, tin ceilings were beloved in the early 19th century for their decorative charm, a less expensive but n...Read More
Sep 5, 2014 10:02:00 PM
It has been said that, "Everything Old Becomes New Again" so it's time to embrace the past as a current design trend. There's something timeless and classic about a house with handcrafted details painstakingly picked out from start to finish. Even if your house isn't sufficiently aged through the years, you can still add historic touches liked reclaimed wood, charming furniture pieces and tin tiles. Like a fine wine, a vintage home only gets better with age.
Tin CeilingsTin ceilings are a classic...Read More
Aug 18, 2014 10:04:00 PM
Tin ceilings carry a nostalgic style that is reminiscent of the Art Deco period popularized in the late 19th century. Tin tiles are often used to restore historic Victorian homes, however, they can still be incorporated into modern and contemporary designs. Here are 4 creative ways to use tin tiles around the house.
Walls in the HomeMetal makes a bold statement and many wouldn’t even know that these tiles are incredibly affordable. You can use this calculation to make sure you have just enough t...Read More
Aug 11, 2014 10:06:00 PM
For worldwide brands and international chains, interior design is about creating an aesthetic that is universally recognizable to convey a specific experience, yet distinct enough at each property that each location has a unique identity. For a lot of large retailers, that means incorporating tin ceiling tiles into their brand. From outdoor recreation to family entertainment, check out how these impressive commercial spaces are using tin ceiling tiles to make a statement.
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Aug 8, 2014 10:07:00 PM
It’s no secret we love seeing creative projects with tin. And when you’re looking for the ultimate in handmade, crafty wonders, you go to Etsy. Aside from selling our vintage tiles as standalone wall art, the artisans below are making truly innovation projects with tin, the perfect rustic gift for any art lover. Check out some of these cool households goods made with tin or dream up your own.