1) The wall area surrounding sinks needs to be protected from water drops and splashes. Stainless steel tiles are the best option for a tin look backsplash. They are easy to wipe clean and maintain and, unlike ceramic tile, there’s no grout to support mildew. For this area, choose tiles with a smaller repeat pattern that will look in proportion to the space between cabinets and counter. In addition, a tin backsplash introduces textured interest to the kitchen and fits any style – from modern to retro, and Victorian to farmhouse.
2) In the bathroom, add tin ceiling visual behind a pedestal sink or stand-alone bathtub. Select a finish that’s not too shiny, so you won’t be bothered by harsh reflections from light fixtures in a small space.
3) Bring your ceiling down to eye level. Use tin ceiling tile visuals to add dimension to entryway walls or a single wall in the kitchen or bathroom. Hang a mirror on your metal wall for drama and a more open look.
4) Give your cabinets and interior doors a face lift by inlaying paneled areas with a tin tile backsplash. Metal backsplash sheets are a beautiful and affordable solution when you want a kitchen makeover, but can’t change everything at once.
5) Cover the area above a kitchen island or breakfast bar with decorative metal tiles for a custom-designed look.
6) In the pantry, tin look tiles on walls and around shelving present a decorative yet easy-to-clean surface in an area prone to spills.
Whether you find them headlining the ceiling or playing a supporting role elsewhere in a room, tin tile backsplashes are a real scene-stealer!