I love the look of pressed tin, and I’m thrilled that it appears to be enjoying a rebirth. Popular in the mid-19th century as a more affordable alternative to European plasterwork, this versatile material can be used in any home interior to add texture and architectural interest to your space. I think pressed tin offers a marvelous alternative to paint, tile and wallpaper, especially if you enjoy a hint of the unexpected in your home design. The following are a few of my favorite places to use pressed tin: Ceiling Give people a reason to look up when they enter a room with a surprising and beautiful pressed tin ceiling. It creates instant architecture reflects light throughout the space.
- Panel sizes are generally smaller
- Weight difference is enormous
- Panels last much longer
- Adds more value to your home
- Huge variety of patterns and designs
- Painting is easy
- Simple installation