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Vintage Charm From Uncommon Goods

A Little Bit About the RECYCLED CEILING TIN FRAMES Available At Uncommon Goods
Add vintage charm to your treasured photos with these textured, metal frames. The intricate rococo patterns are actually pressed tin ceiling tiles that once adorned historic homes and shops around the Northeast. Salvaged from crumbling buildings and remodeling projects, artist Margaret Taylor transforms them into rustic frames that carry an authentic spirit of Americana. Because of the reclaimed nature of the materials, colors and patterns will vary. Handmade in Georgia.
Our Experience
If you walk through my home, you'll quickly see a theme, I adore comfortable decor, and I LOVE item's that carry a little bit of history with them. When browsing through the Uncommon Goods online store recently, I came across an absolutely stunning frame. After reading the history behind the Recycled Ceiling Tin Frames, I was in love! These Recycled Ceiling Tin Frames (pictured above top) are comprised of recycled materials (tin ceiling panels and recycled wood from historical buildings in the Northeast part of the country, complete each frames structure).

Our own little piece of history to grace the walls of our home. They're even more gorgeous in person than the photo could ever do justice, and I couldn't be more pleased with both the item and the craftsmanship. It truly is a piece of artwork.

These gorgeous Recycled Ceiling Tin Frames would make the perfect gift this Holiday season!

A Little Bit About Uncommon Goods
Uncommon Goods has something for everyone on your list this Holiday Season! Whether your looking for Unique Gifts For Women, Unique Jewelry, Gifts For Cooks, or a fun find for the kids, your sure to find it all at Uncommon Goods!

UncommonGoods (www.uncommongoods.com) is an online marketplace offering creatively designed, high-quality merchandise at affordable prices. At UncommonGoods, we believe that creativity and the expression of individuality represent two great human treasures. We have set out to create a business that makes uncommon goods accessible to everyone.  Founded in August 1999, UncommonGoods is privately held and headquartered in New York City.

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You can find the item's pictured & featured (and so much more!) at http://www.uncommongoods.com/

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1 comment:

  1. I love those frames - I might have to pick them up!

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