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Mix & Match

September 22, 2015

There’s a refreshing beauty in clean and simple lines, colors, and patterns. But sometimes it works to shake it up, to complicate an interior, to invigorate a space with competing textures and design elements. We’ve put together a list of inspiring projects from around the world showcasing some of these unique combinations! Read on and GET INSPIRED! Sellands - www.sellands.com Established in 2001, Selland’s Market Café is a family restaurant owned and operated by Randall Selland and Nancy Zimmer and their grown children, Josh Nelson and Tamera Baker....

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Start Your Project with a Sample Kit

May 22, 2015

GET INSPIRED! There’s no better way to start a tin project than with one of our sample kits! The opportunities for tin are endless and once you’re holding the beautiful, intricate textures of our tin tiles you’ll be making plans for the ceiling, backsplash, walls, and more! Get free shipping on our sample kits and get started on your renovation plans now. CLICK HERE TO ORDER YOUR SAMPLE KIT...

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Debunking the Myths: Why Tin Ceiling Installations Really Are That Easy

April 10, 2014

Any time the term “installation” is mentioned thoughts of complications, large sums of money, and stress inevitably follow. However, gone are the days of messy, stressful home renovation projects. Tin ceilings can bring welcoming warm, fuzzy feelings about a beautiful new living space as long as you follow our easy how-tos. Stick with us and let us share just how easy tin ceiling installations really can be. Tin ceiling installations are simple, fun, and extremely affordable....

The Dos and Don’ts of Installing Tin Ceiling Tiles

February 12, 2014

Dreams of quick and easy DIY home repair float through every homeowner’s mind at some point, but with so many conflicting articles and advice on the subject, it’s totally normal to feel uneasy. Rest assured though, tin ceiling installations really are as easy as DIY sites claim. We’re here to set the record straight and get you started with the dos and don’ts of tin ceiling installations. Do plan ahead for your project Are you planning to install a backsplash or showcase an alcove ceiling?...

Jaw Dropping Beautiful Interiors With Tin

January 30, 2014

As a way to cut costs but maintain elegant homes, Victorian middle class families introduced tin ceilings as an alternative to ornate and expensive plaster ceilings. Over 100 years later, tin ceilings are enjoying a revival in a big way. Tin tiles aren’t just for ceilings, though. In need of inspiration for your home? Check out these photos. Dreamy Kitchens Give your kitchen a makeover with a tin backsplash or accent....

Which Tin Ceiling Installation Is Right for You?

January 16, 2014

With a variety of colors and patterns to choose from, tin ceilings create a dynamic focal point for any room in the house. But different decorating styles and house designs call for different installation methods, and it’s important to choose the right one for your situation. Nail-up Installation If your home or business has new construction or open joists, this installation is the one for you. The ¼-inch nail rails surrounding the tin panels are designed so the nails can be placed directly into wood furring strips or plywood....

Tin Tile Installation Types - Which is right for you?

October 15, 2013

Tin ceilings are an easy home makeover project as long as you choose the correct tile installation type for your application. It’s important to know ahead of time where you’ll be putting your tiles and what building materials are hiding behind the wall or ceiling you want to accent (wood, drywall, etc.) so you make your life a little easier by ordering the right materials and adhesive to complete the project....

Types of Tin Ceiling Tile

September 25, 2013

A tin ceiling is installed in a variety of ways depending on the material of the current ceiling. The Nail-up nails to wood, the Drop-in lays in a suspended grid, and the SnapLock tile screws into drywall. Snap Lock™ The most common material that is found in homes today is drywall. The Snap Lock™ tile screws into drywall using 1 1/4" drywall screws. The Snaplock contains a flange system which interlocks into the subsequent tile, hiding the screws....