Cathedral Tin Ceiling Tiles Made Of Faux Tin:
Introducing the 288 Cathedral Faux Tin Ceiling Tiles – an embodiment of elegance and durability perfectly suited for both residential and commercial spaces. Expertly crafted from high-grade PVC, these lightweight tiles stand as a testament to uncompromising quality, creating elegance with easy-to-install tin-emulating ceiling tiles.
Choose between two adaptable installation methods – glue-up or drop-in – and observe your space undergo a seamless transformation. No contractor is necessary; with fundamental tools such as a foam roller, adhesive, and a cutting tool, achieving results akin to professionals is easily attainable, even for those without prior experience.
Resistant to temperature fluctuations and impervious to water, these tiles seamlessly align with the esteemed standards of our Prestige Collection. Their robustness makes them an optimal choice for environments with elevated humidity, such as spas, all while maintaining their structural integrity over time. Enjoy the peace of mind that comes from tiles that endure various conditions.
Redrawing the boundaries of aesthetics and safety, our Cathedral Faux Tin Ceiling Tiles proudly flaunt a Class A Fire Rating, accredited by Intertek Testing Services (USA). Beyond their visual appeal, these tiles embrace an elevated level of safety, offering you tranquility within your space.
Elevate your interior design with the 288 Cathedral Faux Tin Ceiling Tiles – an exquisite harmony of strength, adaptability, and style. Effortlessly reshape your surroundings, blending beauty with functionality in every corner.
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 off cuts 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: