Tin Ceiling Tile Shelf

March 19th, 2009 in member junk     
plumberdaughter plumberdaughter, member
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I added knobs that I have been using to hang  necklaces from.
I decided to make a cut out on the side with my jig saw.
I added knobs that I have been using to hang  necklaces from.

I added knobs that I have been using to hang  necklaces from.


This shelf I made out of an old tin ceiling tile. I picked up the ceiling tile at an Antique store while on vacation in West Yellow Stone. Of course I only bought one and wish I would have bought more. I used an old shelf board on the top, I felt the thin pine shelf board wasn't substantial enough so added the trim under it. I used scrap pine for the rest of the shelf. Originally I painted it white then decided to rub it with stain. I think you get much more definition with the stain rub.


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Kim's design
posted in: member junk, bedroom, shelf, tin

Comments (7)

CottageElements writes: Aah, I so adore vintage tin. You did a great job on this shelf. Love it!

Lani Posted: 11:54 pm on March 24th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Terrific job! I just love the finished look.

Candy Posted: 9:41 pm on March 20th
JunkArchitect writes: I’m amazed at the number of cool things you come up with. This is another great project. Posted: 8:57 pm on March 20th
georgiamoon writes: Wow you are so talented. I love this shelf and the tin looks great. I like how you aged it to make the design stand out. Very nice project..as usual. Georgia Posted: 3:17 pm on March 20th
suewhitney writes: I adore vintage tin and you put it to good use with this project. Another job well done!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 1:55 pm on March 20th
MimiToria writes: Your shelf turned out beautiful Kim. Great to have a fun memory of your trip as well that you see daily, and its multifunctional uses are great too.
Gretchen
http://mimitoriasdesigns.blogspot.com
Posted: 10:54 am on March 20th
alicemom writes: I love old tin. I especially like the detail on the side of the shelf. Good job.
Smiles,
Alice Posted: 10:48 pm on March 19th
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