create the victorian magic by remodeling the home and kitchen environments
Install decorative tiles on the ceiling and have the walls fitted with wall panels.
High ceilings and metal installations are not necessary.
Use metal bricks to shine on the walls such as the bathroom and kitchen tailgate, living room and dining room.
As early as the civil war, the suppression of metal square tiles began to pop.
These solid and lightweight fire-proof tiles are not heavy plaster but cheaper.
They have been popular in geometry for decades until the Great Depression, when ordinary white drywall ceilings spread out.
Due to style and presence, tin has once again been favored in old Victorian homes.
The attic looks attractive on metal bricks and bare bricks as well as wood.
However, we do not recommend using tiles on the ceiling.
If you want to see a vintage look at home, keep reading and discover the idea of some metal tiles to make the surroundings active.
Find it in the kitchen and install Castle metal for the ancient copper look.
Create an elegant Victorian sink or stove tailgate.
If you want a non-traditional look, go to the metal signature and regular tiles on the tailgate.
Copy the 1930s look using the Metallica series to get the art deco tailgate.
Check out: Village Bend of Olive 6x6, 4-1/4 x 4-
1/4, with 1x8 Torello metal signature, decorated with aging iron frame 4-1/4 x 4-
1/4 Chateau Auggie month-
1/2x12 and plaid liner 3x12 why not copy the look of the tin ceiling and install it on the floor?
Study some old pictures, place several patterns in the center of the floor, and make boundaries with ordinary tiles.
I may be the opposite arrangement on the kitchen counter.
It\'s time for the restaurant to make up, and some hope that the white restaurant, the Victorian metal brick, will make it comfortable but dark.
Coordinate the colors when exotic carpets and dark wooden colors are great.
Metal embossed tiles bring the feeling of decoration on lower walls, such as wall panels.
Lighting like an antique chandelier works fine in a gray color scheme.
A cherished bathroom comes with metal bricks on the frame of the shower space and the shower tailgate.
Other options include art bars for placing pewter and bronze tiles horizontally, as well as relief tile borders that surround the center of a regular tile.
Do you like the ancient bronze Jardin floor/wall borders, the corners of the natural stone tumbling in the sand and the Antalya dark field tiles on the floor?
Renovating the wet bar landscape may work well by brushing the stainless steel hexagonal mosaic tile tailgate.
Brushed stainless steel makes a good contrast to light wood cabinets, white walls and beige carpets.
Using the same tiles on the floor, the wet bar tailgate will also benefit from the metal signature aging Iron Rolling Stone.
Match with white cabinets, stainless steel appliances, refrigerators and stools.
Metal tiles have never been around, dating back to the Victorian era.
Enjoy the eternal qualities of the coming decades.