Tin and Faux Tin Backsplash
Use decorative ceiling tiles to create a beautiful kitchen or bathroom backsplash. Whether you choose 18 3/8 x 24 3/8 tin backsplash tiles or faux tin backsplash rolls, both products are affordable and easy to install and most importantly will take your room from plain to beautiful in just hours. We love the way the room looks as the natural play of light and shadow reflect off the metal surface.
Your backsplash is the perfect place to make a statement.
Are you a dog lover? Consider Man’s Best Friend.
Toy Train would make a wonderful tub backsplash in a young boy’s bathroom especially if you choose a playful finish like skytones or leather.
* For most of the specialty tiles listed above you will need an expanse of 24″ high rather than the typical backsplash height of 18″. The tiles below are specially cut to accommodate the specific size requirements of backsplash installation.
And of course, nothing beats Gwen’s Cabin Backsplash for your mountain home, ski retreat, or lakeside vacation house.
Tin backsplashes can be installed in three easy steps which take about 4 hours in contrast to the four days you need to set aside to install ceramic tile. You do not need expensive fancy tools and and the most difficult part of the project is choosing your tiles. In fact, installation is so simple that Milan did not even create a video but instead just typed out the instructions and illustrated the “tricky” parts with a few purposeful photos.
If you decide to use the faux tin backsplash roles, installation is just as easy — maybe even easier since you will not need to overlap individual tile edges. Just roll it out and cut it to size with a scissors or box-cutter knife. Since the rolls are 25ft x 2ft you will not only need to cut the width to match your dimensions, you will also need to cut the height. Be sure to use a straight edge metal ruler or t-square to avoid a wavy, downward sloping, unprofessional cutting job
If you are interested in learning more about faux tin backsplash rolls, be sure to check out this new video!
Tin and Faux Tin Backsplash Styles
Loving these faux tin decorative tin backsplash tiles but not sure you want them on your walls? Consider working them into your decor in other ways. Decorative tin and faux tin tiles make wonderful mirror frames, decorative art frames, headboards, tabletops and even planter boxes. (Click here for photos)
Mia Francesca, a fabulous new Scott Harris restaurant (out of Chicago) just opened in Del Mar, CA — just minutes from my house. Check out their booth borders! What a fabulous idea to coordinate with their black tin ceilings. Although Mia Francesca’s designers did not choose to coordinate the ceiling and the border, we would definitely recommend sticking with a single pattern or at least a coordinating pattern.
Tin Backsplash : 0607 DELICATE DAISIES BACKSPLASH | Faux Tin Backsplash: WC 20 Faux Tin – Backsplash Roll – (PVC) – 1 1/4 ” Pattern – Cream Pearl
Tin Ceiling Tile: 0607 Tin Ceiling Tile – Classic – DELICATE DAISIES | Faux Tin Ceiing Tile: 142 Faux Tin Ceiling Tile Glue up 24×24 – Black
Tin Backsplash as Seen on HGTV’s Flipping The Block
Loving these fabulous Princess Victoria Aluminum Backsplash #0604 found in the kitchen of the winning condo on HGTV’s Flipping the Block!
Make it a Beautiful Day!