Mix & Match
September 22, 2015
There’s a refreshing beauty in clean and simple lines, colors, and patterns. But sometimes it works to shake it up, to complicate an interior, to invigorate a space with competing textures and design elements. We’ve put together a list of inspiring projects from around the world showcasing some of these unique combinations! Read on and GET INSPIRED!
Sellands - www.sellands.com
Established in 2001, Selland’s Market Café is a family restaurant owned and operated by Randall Selland and Nancy Zimmer and their grown children, Josh Nelson and Tamera Baker. For their new El Dorado Hills location, Sellands selected a unique grouping of patterns with larger embossment (rather than our tiles with smaller, repeating patterns) to create a visually impactful texture. Look closely - Sellands also used tin panels for their counter facing!
Project Type: Restaurant / Bar
Location: Sacramento, CA
Patterns: #6, #7, #10, #15, #16, #26
Colors: Bright White
Midtown Bachelor - www.contourinteriordesign.com
Nina Magon of Contour Interior Design is well known for her bold interior design and glamorous touches. For her Houston client, Nina selected a variety of tin patterns for his bedroom wall, creating a one-of-a-kind space that has inspired thousands of design professionals and home renovators across Houzz, Pinterest, and Facebook.
Project Type: Residence
Location: Houston, TX
Patterns: #1, #3, #5, #18, #19
Colors: Handpainted by designer
Hotel In Den Bonten Os - www.bontenos.be/nl
A picturesque hotel in Belgium with an interior so lovely it’d be hard to get outside and explore! Featuring crisp blue subway tile, industrial lighting, dark animal hide rugs, and refreshing spruces of green foliage, one imagines this bar alone would make the trip worthwhile! And of course the patchwork of tin panels in a peaceful earth tone finish adds a steady but arresting design element to the ceiling that we can’t help but adore. Well done to these designers!
Project Type: Hotel Bar
Location: Rijmenam, Belgium
Patterns: #5, #12, #14, #16, #22, #23, #26, #33, #34
Colors: Custom finish
Matto, whose name means ‘crazy,” is a restaurant serving authentic, wood-fired pizza in busy downtown Shanghai. With a magnificent interior, including blue tartan upholstered sofas, industrial seating, and brass bowl lights, we’re thrilled to see our tin tying in the expertly executed interior design.
Project Type: Restaurant
Location: Shanghai, China
Patterns: #1, #2, #6, #12, #26
Colors: Silver Washed Pewter
The Gentlemen of the Right - www.deherenvanderechter.nl
De heren van de Rechter, translated “The Gentlemen of the Right,” is a bar and restaurant in Amsterdam that selected a wide range of our tin panels in a variety of colors to create a unique wall application. Complemented by oversized circular fixtures, a distressed ceiling substrate, and exposed beams, the tin wall is an eye catching backdrop for this space where customers gather for coffee, lunch, and local gossip.
Project Type: Restaurant / Bar
Location: Steenwijk, Netherlands
Patterns: #1, #2, #3, #6, #4, #11, #16, #18, #22, #23, #24
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