December 23, 2015
The possibilities for tin panels in interior design reach far beyond just ceilings! Tin panels also make for ideal design accents on walls and wainscoting with their subtle textures, variety of finish options, beautiful and unique patterns, and ease of installation. Read more about exceptional wall applications from around the globe…
Pattern #2 - Gold Washed White, Silver Washed White
Lindsay Chambers’ adept use of Pattern #2 as a living room fireplace surround and a master bedroom accent wall speaks for itself. Pattern #2 is a perfect choice for a wall application for a home or retail location because of the elegant simplicity and low profile depth of this tin panel.
Pattern #21 - Silver Washed Pewter
The elegant perfumier, Le Labo, selected Pattern #21 in Silver Washed Pewter for their retail store in Paris. Pattern #21 is delicately textured and adds an industrial counterbalance to Le Labo’s delicate fragrances.
Pattern #36 - Custom finish
Nacional Amsterdam is a Heineken-affiliated restaurant and commissioned a special pattern with the Heineken Star for this destination bistro. Applied on the walls throughout the restaurant, Pattern #36 delivers an impactful brand presence without overpowering the other design elements in the space.
Patterns #1, #3, #5, #18, #19 - Custom finished by designer
Nina Magon’s skillful mixing of patterns and hand-painted colors for her client’s master bedroom wall has inspired thousands across Pinterest and Houzz.
Pattern #33 - Burnt Umber
A custom Palm Springs project, Pattern #33 has been installed to create a larger synchronous design in this upscale home’s hallway.
Pattern #3 - Custom Paint
Stan & Co is an Amsterdam cafe that shares the good life with its clientele. Amidst delicious baked goods, wine, and music, a hand-finished tin panel bar facing provides a bright design element in the otherwise low-lit space.
Whether your project is big or small, residential or commercial, we are happy to help you choose and customize your tin project with assistance selecting patterns, colors, moldings and trim. There is often more than a single way to approach a project, and we can assist in determining the layout of the project and the necessary quantity of panels. We are also happy to provide drawings for ceiling projects.
If you’d like a consultation by phone, just fill out the form below (or call 888-231-7500) to set up a time and provide us a little information about your project. Our design experts will be happy to review your photos, measurements or plans, and make personalized suggestions for your tin project.