We've seen it all with interior metal designs. Standing seam panels run horizontally as fireplace surrounds, corrugated ceilings, flat wall panels as markerboards and shower lining panels. When using metal as an interior panel, inspiration and creativity seem to be the only boundaries.
Our most popular interior panels are the corrugated series. From 7/8" Corrugated used as a rusted ceiling panel to the numerous uses of the 1/4" Corrugated Panel, we have a panel for your project. A current trend we are seeing in interior spaces is the use of bare metals to bring the outdoors in. Bonderized, Vintage, Galvanized and a treated Weathering Steel are among the most often requested panels.
A common question we get when designing interior spaces is whether to use a wainscoting or not. What we can safely say is that interior wainscoting works well in some situations, and not so well in others. In a rustic ranch-style home, we've seen it used regularly as a galvanized complement to warmer wood interiors.
For larger spaces, the general interior design consensus is to use a full wall accent, rather than breaking up sight lines in a room. Using interior metal as an accent wall can help create wonderful transitions between the different elements of a home.