Want to add character and individuality to a room but feel that an entire ceiling covered in tin is just too much? Consider tin panels used as wainscoting to can add significant drama and transform an otherwise common wall into a personal artistic statement. A glance back at history reveals that tin tiles brought over by the French were widely used to give walls and ceilings interesting detail. Whether you want to create the illusion of an age long past, or just give your walls a bit of personality and depth, pressed tin is a wonderful alternative. If pressed tin walls could talk, they would welcome you home with style and grace, radiating warmth that plain walls simply can't duplicate. Our pressed tin panels are available in 48" x 24" sheets that 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. Because the average height of wainscoting is 36", the 3" and 6" patterns are most often used, 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 tin wainscoting can add extraordinary style and sophistication to almost any decor. The pressed tin comes in sheets of 24" x 48" that can be cut on the job.
*** Please note that cut tin panels can not be returned.
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