One of our favorite design elements is nail heads. Having nail heads used on furniture is fun but I absolutely love when they are used on walls or doors. They just give such a sophisticated and tailored look to any room. When nail heads are used on furniture, they give a finished look, like a trim but metal. Nail heads come in many different shapes and sizes. They also come in many different finishes from polished to distressed. They look great paired with leather or fabric and can always be incorporated into a room.
Miles Redd has a theatrical background, which can be seen in this interiors that featuring zebra nail headed doors. Wow! Thank you to New York Social Diaries for the images.
Oly is known for its nail headed furniture. The following pieces are stunning!
Barclay Butera is another designer that makes great use of nail heads on his furniture designs.
Suzanne Kasler's furniture line for Hickory Chair uses a palate of grays and white linens with beautiful nail heads.
Love the comfy, relaxed feel of this nail head, linen wing chair. Thank you to COTE DE TEXAS for the image!
What a great idea for a mantle! This is grass cloth wallpaper with nail heads-Madagascar by Phillip Jeffries and the family room is designed by Robert Stilin featured in House Beautiful and gives a very innovative and sophisticated look!
Jeffery Bilhuber nail head walls.
John Saladino is the master of the relaxed linen with nail heads look. This sofa would look great in any living room and is so unique!
I absolutely adore this embossed croc nail headed waste paper basket from Dransfield and Ross! I'll take one please!
Lacquered Cabinet from Bungalow5 that would great in a bedroom beside a bed, or in a living room!
Where do you like seeing or using Nail heads?
*Images compliments of New York Social Diary, COTE DE TEXAS, John Saladino, Suzanne Kasler, Barclay Butera, Oly, House Beautiful, Bungalow5 and Dransfield and Ross.