Rusty Tin Covering

January 28th, 2010 in member junk     
junkeratheart junkeratheart, member
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100 yr old tin off an old house was used to cover the big area of the wall above my kitchen.  Should I have sanded the rust off???!!! Naaaaa.  Nothin's better than rust. 


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, metal

Comments (7)

TxErica writes: Wow! What a great way to reuse it. It would also look cool as my new backsplash, with a waterproof sealer on top.

PS - I'm your partner in the junk swap! I'll have to find out what kind of junk you need! Posted: 9:38 pm on February 27th
shabbychick writes: Great use of that rusty tin! We've got a lot of fans of rust here - this project really is a hit!!!

Thanks for sharing.

Kathy

P.S. Welcome to JUNKMARKET Style! Posted: 9:48 pm on February 7th
Cynyth writes: Makes an awesome statement! I love it. Posted: 10:48 am on February 1st
alicemom writes: Welcome from another fellow Texan. Love the rust!! I have a collection of b & W enamel. Looks really good!
smiles, alice Posted: 4:06 pm on January 28th
junktiqueboutique writes: I remember that a designer on TRADING SPACES tried to do this affect years ago. She used some type of paints or glazes and did one wall in a room. I thought how neat to bring in RUST to a wall. Having the real stuff is even better. BTW, I'll be driving through your town next week on the way to Cleveland. I'll be stopping at all those flea markets down that way. :) Posted: 12:03 pm on January 28th
RustyDiva writes: Wow ~ you must have HUGE ceilings! I'm all for the rust and if a little falls in your morning coffee then you've received your iron for the day. haha Love the tin ~ great job! Posted: 10:30 am on January 28th
suewhitney writes: I agree...nothing's better than rust. I've been known to let my stuff sit out in the rain for a while to get more of the good stuff. Ha! Welcome to JUNKMARKET Style...glad to have you on board! I love your wall covered with the rusty tin. Very cool! Have fun on the site.

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 9:28 am on January 28th
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