Shield Pattern Pressed Metal - our client says "We have so many compliments on it, it does look fantastic"

Shield Pattern Pressed Metal - our client says "We have so many compliments on it, it does look fantastic"

The large pattern repeat of the Melbourne pattern is a perfect size to frame this wonderful wood stove. Powdercoated in Dulux Duralloy Canola Cream. For sizing and pricing go to www.perioddetails.com.au

The large pattern repeat of the Melbourne pattern is a perfect size to frame this wonderful wood stove. Powdercoated in Dulux Duralloy Canola Cream. For sizing and pricing go to www.perioddetails.com.au

Instead of a plain plaster wall you can have a delicately textured pressed tin feature wall. This design is called Snowflakes.  Come and join us now on www.facebook.com/HeritageCeilings

Instead of a plain plaster wall you can have a delicately textured pressed tin feature wall. This design is called Snowflakes.

A beautiful way to give texture to an otherwise plain wall.  The pressed metal panel called the Shield was used in this project.  Come and join us now on www.facebook.com/HeritageCeilings

Jodie and Paul kindly photographed the installation process of their gorgeous pressed metal feature wall. They used the Shield design which is a perfect choice for a large wall

Pressed Tin Panel Feature Wall.  This is the Shield design.  It cost $88 per panel and measures 1800 mm x 600 mm.

Pressed Tin Panel Feature Wall. This is the Shield design. It cost $88 per panel and measures 1800 mm x 600 mm.

Pressed tin Shield design used on this feature wall. For more photos see: http://www.heritageceilings.com.au/clients-projects/shields-pressed-tin-feature-wall.php  Come and join us on www.facebook.com/HeritageCeilings

Photos of project where the pressed tin Shield design was used on a feature wall and also a laundry splashback

This was once a horrible, ugly verandah wall and just look at in now. For progress photos of the job see: http://www.heritageceilings.com.au/clients-projects/jocelyns-pressed-tin-verandah-wall.php

This was once a horrible, ugly verandah wall and just look at in now. For progress photos of the job see: http://www.heritageceilings.com.au/clients-projects/jocelyns-pressed-tin-verandah-wall.php

This is the Iris design and my customer, Babs Cole, installed it as a feature wall. The panel design suits the mirror and furniture so well. For more information on the Iris design see: http://www.heritageceilings.com.au/tempat/iris.php

Pressed metal for a feature wall - a very cost effective project

This is the Art Nouveau design used upside down to create a dado feature wall. To learn more about this design see: http://www.heritageceilings.com.au/tempat/art-nouveau.php

The elegant Art Nouveau design was selected for this hallway make-over.

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