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Price is per tile, subject to 15 tile minimum order
Select the size option you want from the menu above.Pressed tin tiles are great for both residential or commercial installations.
Cornices, fillers, filler moldings, and frieze sold ONLY with your minimum 15 tile order - no exceptions.
There will be a 20% restocking fee for order cancellations or returns of this product.
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Tin Ceiling Tile
This model is available in 24" x 48" sheets for nail-up direct installations. You can also order this design in 23.75" x 23.75" or 23.75" x 47.75" for optional Drop-in Ceiling grid.
View several examples of Faux Finishing
How to install? Review the Installation Guidelines
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For your kitchen or bath: Backsplash Installation
For installation, you will need the following:
Hammer - 1" Common Nails with Head - Tin Snips - Chalk Line
Tape Measure - Gloves (Should be used as metal edges are very sharp)
When measuring your room, we recommend you use graph paper to help plan out your pattern layout, use of any fillers, trim moldings, cornices, etc.
Painting & Lacquer:
Sheets are ready to paint (if desired) with any oil-based paint (we do not paint, but you can see samples of faux finishes with the above link). If you choose not to paint these tiles, you will need to wipe them down with a clean, soft cloth and apply a Lacquer to them. We recommend Rustoleum Clear Gloss Lacquer. This lacquer seals and places a nice hard protective finish that does not diminish the tiles. This product can be purchased at your local Home Depot or Lowes (and most other similar stores).
These embossed metal tiles are tin-plated steel, which has excellent paint retention for oil-based paint. Tile designs range from Art Deco to Victorian styles and various designs come in 3", 6", 12", and 24" repeat patterns. Cornices, friezes, filler moldings and filler panels are also available in 4-ft. lengths in varied width sizes.
Architects and designers specify pressed-tin ceilings, not only for the elegance they add, but because of other qualities they provide: resistance to moisture, mildew, and vermin; fire retardation; and resistance to cracking.
Most people remember tin ceilings in their childhood and see them in use today commercially. But the use in homes varies widely: Besides ceilings, they are used behind wood stoves, for backsplashes, as wainscotting and wall coverings, and even in cabinet doors.
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