Simplistic Clover Tin Ceiling Tiles Made Of Faux Tin:
Enhance your interior design with replica tin ceiling tiles that embody timeless elegance and sophistication. Discover the effortless charm of our 287 Simplistic Clover Faux Tin Ceiling Tiles, designed to elevate both residential and commercial spaces. Crafted with utmost precision from top-tier PVC, these lightweight tiles epitomize durability and aesthetics.
Choose between two versatile installation methods – glue-up or drop-in – and witness the transformation of your space. No contractor is needed; with simple tools like a foam roller, adhesive, and a cutting tool, you can achieve professional results without prior experience.
Temperature-resistant and waterproof, these tiles seamlessly align with the standards of our esteemed Prestige Collection. They withstand the test of time, making them ideal for installation even in high-humidity environments like spas. Revel in the confidence of tiles that maintain their integrity amidst fluctuating conditions.
Elevating both style and security, our Simplistic Clover Faux Tin Ceiling Tiles proudly hold a Class A Fire Rating, duly awarded by Intertek Testing Services (USA). This endorsement underscores their dual nature – they are not only visually captivating but also an embodiment of enhanced safety.
Elevate your space with the understated charm of the 287 Simplistic Clover Faux Tin Ceiling Tiles, a seamless fusion of durability, versatility, and aesthetics. Redefine your surroundings today, effortlessly combining beauty and practicality.
One of the most important things to consider is the number of tiles you will need. We suggest ordering extra tiles in order to allow for offcuts and waste. 10% extra should be ordered for regular ceilings or 15% – 20% extra for irregular ceilings. If you need any help calculating the number of ceiling tiles you need, our team is always happy to assist.
We also suggest that you plan the borders of your ceiling. There are a number of options, and you’ll need to choose between crown moldings, filler tiles, and leaving the raw edges as they are.
Check out our short video that we’ve created to show you what results you get when you remove ceiling tiles: