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Save on Custom Tin Ceiling Tiles Replicas and Duplicates of Metal Ceiling Tiles

Pressed or embossed metal ceiling tiles are very popular during the Victorian Era. They are made from thin metal sheets of tin, copper or stainless steel as a substitute of the more expensive plaster ceilings. Today, we can still see many of these embossed tin ceilings in some Victorian style homes, churches and old hotels. These pretty-designed original tiles are also attractive to antique collectors around the world as unique collectible items.

Despite its beauty of vantage look, the older ceiling tin has many drawbacks. First off, since they were made of real metal, they are heavier than the newer ceiling tiles that are made from faux tin, vinyl, and plastics. As years go by, embossed tin ceiling tiles are showing rust, dents, scaly edges and chipped paints. While the newer version of faux tin ceiling tiles are usually rust-proof and water resistant. Plus, it is too pricy if not impossible to try to find those original metal ceiling tiles to replace the damaged ones on the ceilings, especially for big remodel projects of old churches or historical hotels.

However, there is always an option of using reproduced or replica tiles as replacement.

Replica tiles usually made from materials that are moisture resistant and sound proof. They are easy to install and easy to maintain. Best of all, they are very affordable and yet create the vintage look of historical pressed-metal ceilings at a fraction of the price.

There are many tiles companies who specialize in Tin Ceiling Tiles Replicas, one that I would like to recommend is DecorativeCeilingTiles. They can make almost any 2x2 tile that you can send a sample of. They use state of art technology and special tools to duplicate Metal Ceiling Tiles the right way. Weather you would like to make one tile as a decorative accessories in your home or to replicate a whole church or hotel, DecorativeCeilingTiles company is the best choice.

Here are some samples of reproduction vintage decorative tin ceiling tiles from them:

 SMP5-E-KIT Custom 5 Piece Sample PackCustom Pack 5 Pack Artisan Finishes2443 Tin Ceiling Tile2422 Tin Ceiling Tile - Peterson's Perfect Squares

See some finished decorative tin ceiling projects:
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