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Mar 31, 2014 9:05:07 PM
Think it’s impossible to redo your home on a shoestring budget and still look like a million bucks? Think again. The average tin backsplash from American Tin Ceiling Company costs just $96 (excluding shipping, which is generally around $25 to the continental US). A standard kitchen is 18 inches high, which requires just 8 panels that are 24” x 24” a piece. No April Fools. We would never joke about that.
We recommend the popular Brushed Satin Nickel finish, which is just $13 a panel, but you can g...Read More
Mar 27, 2014 9:00:49 PM
Kitchen backsplashes are pretty much limitless in terms of materials, colors and costs, but only a tin backsplash provides that dazzling wow factor. Unlike tile or stone backsplashes, which are messy and time-consuming, installing a tin backsplash is a breeze. To save you even more time, we’ve gone through and condensed all our installation videos into five easy steps, making it perfect for a weekend DIY project this spring.
Tin backsplashes are simple to install and can create a warm and invitin...Read More
Mar 13, 2014 8:38:00 PM
A vertical extension to a counter, backsplashes have become immensely popular for kitchens and bathrooms in the past decade and with all the great benefits they provide, it’s easy to see why. Originally created to protect the wall from accidental splashes of water, homeowners now view them as an aesthetically pleasing accent piece that begs for creativity. Check out some of our top reasons you need a tin backsplash over any other kind of tile.
Brighten the kitchen in a fresh, modern way with a ti...Read More
Feb 24, 2014 7:06:24 PM
So you’ve decided your kitchen needs a little pick me up and the perfect solution is a beautiful and affordable tin backsplash? Good choice. For any DIYer or halfway handy homemaker, installing a tin backsplash is an easy project that can be accomplished in as little as a few hours to make a world of difference in your kitchen design.
How to Install a Tin Backsplash in 3 Easy Steps
Step 1: Choose Your Pattern and Color
For backsplashes, we recommend patterns that are 6” repeating since the space be...
Nov 20, 2013 5:01:31 PM
Kitchen backsplashes are a great way to showoff your unique style, flair and spice up your cooking space. Adding a trim accent wall in some form of tile (tin, ceramic, stone, glass etc.) is just one of the latest DIY home project crazes. Really creative backsplashes can include a mix of materials, a splash of color, interesting shapes, and will tie the whole space together, setting off the countertops and finishes. Some unique accent pieces include cork, marble, mirrors, crates, and mosaics. Whe...Read More