Tin wall tiles are most often used to create decorative interior wall in commercial and residential houses. There are many other uses for these decorative accents, including home and garden art with practical furniture applications. Tin tiles easily cut with metal shears. You can attach to wood, plaster or other metal with nails or construction adhesive.
Marco tiles a can with mats to create art for your walls. Hang a row of framed tiles along a corridor or create a grouping of tin wall tiles framed in the living room. Find old tin tiles in architectural salvage yards or in local antique shops to create a wall art vintage style. Tin framed tiles have character, whether they are alone or not.
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Cover a sheet of plywood or acrylic tin wall tiles to create a wall of water to your home or garden. Support wall on top of the can or the inside of a large planter which can be used as a water reservoir wall. Adding a waterfall pump with a tube extending to the top of the tile wall and tin having tin decorative wall water. You can also Place tin tiles on the wall behind your sink and stove as a backsplash. You can also cover an entire wall in the kitchen with tin tiles.