Tin Ceiling Tiles And Tinbacksplash Tiles – Adding Spark To Your Roomsby Jackson Clark SEO Executive Finding your living rooms boring? Do your business halls need new looks? Aesthetics of your kitchens need an upgrade? Do you want to change the look of your rooms to that of an ancient palace, but want it done without exceeding your budget? If answer to these questions is a firm and resounding “yes”, then you should opt for tin ceiling and backsplash panels. Available at very competitive prices, the pre-painted and pressed tin panels come in various patterns, colors and finishes, with a quality that will earn accolades from even your most hard to please guests. The look of the finished work will definitely add a classic and confident aesthetic to the room. If you want to add a vintage look to your rooms then you can opt from various antique designs for the tiles, especially hand painted by master painters having years of experience behind them. And bet you would not be disappointed with the final look.
Tin Ceiling Panels
On standard 2 feet by 2 feet tin sheets, a pressure of 2 tons per square centimeter area and design molds create impressions that are worth being termed as art work. The designs are then electro-coated with paints and baked till paints form a smooth surface. On customers’ demands, some tiles are hand painted by experienced painters to create antique style looks for your living rooms. The designs and paint finish is of superior quality as compared to many of the competitors. The basic advantage is harmony of artistry, accuracy, mechanical processes, serviceability, and quality which reflects when there is seamless integration of design of the tiles to give the feeling of continuity when such tiles are used. What you get in the end is the widest range of colors, patterns, and finishing of these tin ceiling tiles.
Tin Backsplash Panels
Backsplash panels or Wall tiles will accentuate the beauty of the rooms many times over. Most of the ceiling tiles can also be used as Tin Backsplash Panels. And this adds to the continuum of the design.
To fill the gaps along the edges, you can also choose from various cornice designs which are also pre-painted and can be shipped just as the tiles or along with the tiles.
For installation of the tiles, you can contact the company or you can simply print out the installation manual from the website and use it as a guide to inspect the installation work. The installation should be done starting from the center and then radiating outwards. And then, go on to install the cornices to cover the gaps along the edges. If the installation manual is followed, the design would seamlessly integrate to produce an astounding look and adding a fantastic aesthetic to your living or board rooms. The looks will never fall short of your expectations. As far as shipments are concerned, if you order from the pre-finished inventory, the company can ship the consignment as quickly as it can. Custom orders for vintage style tiles may take some more time.
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