Tin ceilings originated here in the States in the late 1800s. Decorative metal plates were (and still are) an affordable way to emulate the intricate plaster work seen in European homes. Plus they're fireproof; kind of important when you cook, warm and see by flame. Now in the 21st century, tin tiles aren't necessary, but nostalgic. And they don't have to be regulated to your fifth wall, either.
A pair of occasional tables made in collaboration with Milo These table tops are made by stacking, joining and reshaping layers of wooden offcuts. The outside is sanded smooth and oiled with a plant based material, The bases are The Rag and Bone Man’s contribution using Land Rover brake discs and some striking crank shafts. The height of each table is 65cm and diametre is 55cm. 2 available!