Pressed Tin

Have you ever been in an old restaurant or theater - a small town's Main Street mainstay or an old-school auditorium - and looked up to see elegant, ornate pressed tin squares? This delicate, desirable medium brings intrigue, detail and texture to any space and is a true hallmark of Victorian and American design from early 20th century. The fact is, they just don't make things like they used to, which is why we offer pressed tin squares, including pressed tin ceiling tin, pressed tin friezes, pressed tin backsplashes and pressed tin wainscoting: so that you can recreate this antique, architectural decadence in your own home.

Take advantage of the revitalization design movement with these awesome home decor options. Designed to imitate European plasterwork, pressed tin home decor has recently regained popularity as homeowners strive to find unique ways to add architectural interest and character to their homes' interiors without the high price tag of renovation. You can use pressed tin to decorate walls, windows, ceilings, fireplaces and more.

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Pressed Tin Backsplash
Pressed tin in a kitchen backsplash is fast becoming a very popular item in home decor. And, in the long run, a pressed-tin backsplash is a great alternative to ceramic tile and caulk.

Pressed tin panels, popular in the mid 19th century, as a low-cost way to imitate European plasterwork, has recently regained popularity as homeowners look for unique ways to add architectural interest and character to their homes interiors.  
The unique texture and durability of pressed tin panels made them an excellent choice for a kitchen backsplash, and a great alternative to ceramic tile and caulk.

For architectural style on a budget, pressed tin is a wonderful alternative. Pressed tin, available in 48" x 24" panels, it is not prohibitively expensive, is easy to cut and install, and makes a vast improvement over a plain-painted kitchen backsplash.  Our pressed tin backsplash panels have an oil base and are sealed with coats of lacquer for long wear. They can easily be attached with liquid nails adhesive and do not require hardware. For more information on installation please read Installing pressed tin backsplash. 


Because the average height of a backsplash is only 18", the 3" and 6" patterns are most often used for this purpose, as the smaller pattern provides a better aesthetic fill, but the 12" patterns can also be used. With styles ranging from Victorian to art deco a tin backsplash can add extraordinary style and sophistication to almost any décor.

Pressed Tin Friezes

Link ancient design with your architecture; available in a variety of antique finishes our pressed tin friezes can help to accentuate your decor in numerous creative ways.

Pressed Tin Wainscoting

Pressed tin wainscoting adds significant drama that can transform an otherwise common wall into a personal artistic statement.

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