Decorator Ceiling Tiles
...for "Designer Ceilings"
Enhance your ceilings with these decorative and affordable tile solutions.
Decorative Ceiling Tiles for Your Home or Business?
Certainly! Do you want to redecorate and have your home or business be a cut above the rest? You can achieve a fabulous designer look by installing decorator ceiling tiles with easy to install tin tile (or other style) ceilings from DecorativeCeilingTiles.net.
Decorative tiles on your ceiling will provide a retro look that is quite modern for decorating styles today. These unique tiles also add class to the rooms in which you install them. By using this technique you will not need to hire an Interior Decorator and the savings from that will likely pay for all the decorative tiles you need. Many tiles are also used for photo backdrops and kitchen backsplashes.
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• Faux Tin Ceiling Panels 2X4 • Hand Painted Foam Tiles 20X20 • Pvc Backsplash Rolls • Faux Tin Ceiling Tiles Drop .. • Nail-Up • Tin Medallions • Faux Tin Filler • Nails & Grid Sleeves • White Styrofoam Ceiling Tiles • Fillers / Borders
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Robinson's Octogonal Medley - Tin Ceiling Tile - 24"x24" - #2447
Art Deco Tin Filler / Border - Nail Up - #2417
Antique - Tin Filler / Border - Nail Up - #2420
Majestic Finials - Tin - Filler I/S Corner / Border - Nail Up - #2444A
Majestic Finials Tin - Filler / Border - Nail Up - #2444
Grid & Seam Faux Tin Covers - G3
Tin Filler / Border - Nail Up - #1200-048
Sectional Hammered Tin Filler / Border - Nail Up - #2400 DD
2400-048 Tin Filler / Border - Nail Up
Acanthus Leaf - Tin Filler / Border - Nail Up - #2432
Tin Filler / Border - Nail Up - #2436
Victorian - Tin - Filler / Border - Nail Up - #2446
Tin Filler / Border - Nail Up - #2454
Majestic Finials - Tin - Filler O/S Corner / Border - Nail Up - #2444B
Tin Filler / Border - Nail Up - #2455
WC 80 Faux Tin Filler / Border Roll - Fleur de Lis - 3 " Pattern
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Tin Tiles on ceilings originally became popular in the 19th Century, known as the Victorian Era. The tin tiles were developed to mimic the expensive decorative plaster designs used in the homes of wealthy Europeans. The majority of the manufacturing process, the pressing of a design into a sheet of tin, was relatively easy and, therefor, relatively inexpensive. Modern manufacturing processes make these unique designs available on a wide range of materials to fulfill your need for the designer look you are seeking.
Today the retro look is in and sought after by many homeowners to give their rooms a distinctive look. Give it a try, click on over to Decorative Ceiling Tiles and see all the designs they have to offer. You will also find installation tips for tin tiles and decorator ideas for all kinds of ceiling decor.