Big box stores list the material as galvanized steel corrugated tin panels, but it’s not used just for roofing anymore. Homeowners are using corrugated tin panels indoors in a variety of ways, such as on the kitchen ceiling or interior walls (right side of photo) in this rustic cabin. The panels bring an interesting texture while reflecting light.
An interior barn door clad in the durable utility- gauge material becomes an industrial feature in this downtown loft.
This girly bathroom features a corner tub-shower combo with galvanized steel panel walls. No worry about cleaning grout lines. I love the Deco rounded-end tub and adjustable shower head arm.
A double layer drum shade ceiling light has a wonderful aged zinc finish. Other ideas for corrugated tin panels include outdoor showers, fencing and interior wainscot. It also can be used as cladding for a bookcase back or kitchen island front. Corrugated tin panels are a cost-effective building material that embrace reclaimed industrial style decor.
(Sources: Sharyn Cairns, Zesty Nest, Country Living, Shades of Light)
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