Corrugated metal… Oh how I love it.
If it ever goes out of style, I’m in big trouble, but it’s been a staple in farmhouses for years, so hopefully I’m safe.
We added it to a wall in my shed turned guest room.
I used a piece left over from the guest room to make this pallet wood & galvanized metal flower display.
And another small piece for this Fresh Pies sign.
This kitchen has corrugated walls behind the exposed wall studs, via Lacquered Life. Wood and metal always looks gorgeous together.
I bought corrugated letters to put on the shelf next to my galvanized tub shelf.
I waited until they were 50% off at Hobby Lobby to buy them.
Normally I use old corrugated metal for my projects, but it isn’t easy to come by, so I was so excited to discover you can get this 16×20 Galvanized Metal Sign (affiliate link). The edges aren’t sharp, like they are when you buy large sheets of corrugated metal, and it comes with a thick twine hanger, so it’s easy to turn it into a sign. Just glue on wood letters, or decoupage a photo or image on it. You could even attach a wreath to it.
Salvage Sister and Mister made this cute DIY metal and wood letters bathroom soap sign. for their kid’s bathroom.
Chipping with Charm made a Salvaged Barn Tin and Pallet Wood Arrow that is rustically awesome!
Scavenger Chic mad this Salvaged Metal and Pallet Wood Photo Frame via My Repurposed Life.
I’m still visiting my mom, and just down the road from her house is a falling apart old shed made of corrugated metal. Imagine how many projects could be made out of it!
Vaya con Dios,