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  1. I so much enjoyed not only reading your vintage tin ideas, but also looking around your kitchen.

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Glad you enjoyed the tour and the ideas, Paula! Thanks:)

    2. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Glad you enjoyed the tour and the ideas, Paula!

  2. I just LOVE all of these tips! I especially love the message board!

    Thanks so much for sharing this on the Farmhouse Friday link party! 🙂

    1. Thanks, Michelle! Now if you can just find some reasonably priced, right? That’s always the challenge for me:(

  3. Your welcome, Diana! I would just love to find a reasonably priced lot to do my whole dining room ceiling, even if it was all different patterns and colors!

    1. I have a friend who has a tent in Round Top who just did her entire house’s ceiling in vintage tine tiles. She did each room in a different pattern, but ended up short. She then bought corrugated tin sheets from Lowe’s for her family room with its black steel windows. Such style! I can only dream.

      Thank you for your ideas!
      iSaraTex

      1. Lora Bloomquist says:

        Ooh, I would love that! Maybe not my whole house, but definitely a couple rooms; I’ve actually thought about doing a patchwork of different vintage tins…if only I could convince the hubs;)

  4. So many great ways to use tin tiles, Lora, and I love them all (especially the one used as an awning). Thanks for linking up all of your posts with us at Vintage Charm 🙂