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.
Give your kitchen a makeover with a tin backsplash or accent. Tin backsplashes in cool whites and glossy golds are a perfect way to brighten up your kitchen area. Tin tiles are available in a variety of colors and designs and can be easily installed with Liquid Nails. The best part? They are easy to clean with just a little mild soap and water.
Classy Dining Areas
Brighten up your dining room for an elegant feel with tin ceilings. Instantly transform a dull room with tin ceiling panels above the alcove. A formal dining room will take on a new level of class, and your guests will feel like they’re indulging with royalty. As an added bonus, the reflective lofted ceiling will make the room feel larger, opening up the space.
Whether you place the tin ceiling tiles below the bar or just behind the drinks, your guests will love the character it adds to the room. Entertain your guests in style with tin ceiling tiles behind your drinks or under the bar for a robust and unique finish. With the lighting reflecting off the bottles and the tin, your guests will be amazed at the beauty of the room.
Accent your favorite part of the bedroom with tin ceiling tiles. Try them above the bed or along the headboard. Accent your favorite room with artisan tin tiles on various pieces of furniture. Hand painted by master artisan painter Brian McQuillan, the tin panels are a perfect way to add a dramatic focal point. Try tin in a bed frame, under a kitchen island or around your fireplace mantel for maximum effect.
Subtle finishes of tin in the bathroom along the walls will completely transform the area. Create a swoon worthy guest or master bath with subtle finishes along the wall, mirror or cabinets. There’s no need to worry about moisture problems with our finished tin tiles, as the powder coating is rust resistant and protects the steel panels.