Have you ever found yourself replacing a hinge or drawer pull that just doesn’t match its weathered counterparts? Perhaps you’ve been wanting to make a rustic coffee table but the screws and hardware you’ll use are just too shiny!
Every room should have accents of metal. You can achieve this by using wrought iron hooks, furniture bases, candlesticks or lighting fixtures, mirrors, etc. Metal accents bring an edge to your design and balance the softness of a sofa, bed or chair. It is the final touch and brings along a finality to the project.
Today on the blog we’re dreaming up some fun, unique ways to use metal accents to promote body movement in small spaces. While these concepts are geared towards tiny house living, adaptations can be made to help you achieve similar looks in any size living space. These three specific ideas come from Living Big in a Tiny House. But there are a ton of unique ways to incorporate metal accents for movement in any space! Ladders that serve for function and fitness Interior or Exterior Reclaimed materials serve not only as a ladder to the tiny house’s flat roof...
Often when we think of interior railings we think wood. Wood railings are the most commonly seen types of interior railings yet bringing in the element of metal can be truly fun, and design-spirational!
For function or fashion, your entryway should always be one of the mostinspiringspaces in your home. All houses both big and small share this common area where you the opportunity is created to set the tone for your designs style. Whether you prefer country farmhouse chic or a modern, edgy look, here are 5inspiring spaces that are sure to leave you with entryway envy.