Decorative pressed tin panels add a stylish focal point to any heritage, commercial or home renovation.  Have you ever thought about adding some heritage charm to your home or business using pressed metal, as a feature wall or even a splash back in your kitchen.  I have a wall at the end of my hallway that would make a great feature wall using pressed metal.

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Image from Home Beautiful 

The high skirting boards, intricate cornicing, pressed metal panelled walls and traditional joinery all work together in this beautiful home.

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1. Stamp Pressed Metal | 2. Flowers pressed metal design from Schots Home Emporium | 3. Industrial rivet metal from Schots Home Emporium

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Image from Heritage Ceilings

If you have a large wall to cover then you can be really bold with the design choice by using a larger pattern.  Small walls are better suited to smaller designs.  There are many ways to use pressed metal, such as this gorgeous counter at Paper and White by Heritage Ceilings.

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Image from Klopper & Davis Architects

Pressed metal feature walls are very versatile and can suit modern and traditional settings – foyers, atriums, shops, restaurants, offices and homes.  Originally used on ceilings and gables in the early 1900’s, pressed metal panels now feature as decorative interior walls, kitchen splashbacks, bathroom walls, shop counters and wet areas.

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