Corrugated metal is a great material to use in a rustic, industrial, or farmhouse-styled home. But if you feel like your home doesn’t fit into one of those categories, it doesn’t mean you can’t incorporate corrugated metal into your home decor. Check out today’s post, because you’re sure to find an intriguing way to use corrugated metal in your home!
A fairly simple way to reuse corrugated metal in your home is to use it as the backsplash in your kitchen. I love the way it plays against all the wood, yet also complements the stainless appliances and fixtures in this beautiful kitchen from Lawrence Architecture.
Frederick + Frederick Architects incorporated corrugated metal into the design of these fantastic kitchen cupboards. It’s just enough to make an impact, without being overdone.
This corrugated metal accent wall is used to tie the back room of this home into the outdoor living space.
I am in love with the use of corrugated metal instead of beadboard in this rustic bathroom. It’s another inspiring design from Lawrence Architecture!
This mudroom is an ingenious use of reclaimed corrugated metal. It might be weathered and a little bit rusty, but it is perfect for this space.
Corrugated metal, either new or repurposed, is excellent when used for raised garden beds. I think it looks so much better than lumber or cinderblock!