Ceiling Tiles hanging from large wooden pulleys

Ceiling Tiles hanging from large wooden pulleys - love the pulley idea. Not so much for the ceiling panels.

How to Install Tin Ceiling Tiles : How-To : DIY Network

How to Install a Stamped Tin Ceiling

Create a Stylish Backsplash Using Tin Tiles >> http://www.diynetwork.com/how-to/rooms-and-spaces/kitchen/how-to-install-a-tin-tile-backsplash?soc=pinterest

How to Install a Tin Tile Backsplash

Give your kitchen a stunning, stylish upgrade with metallic-finish tiles. This DIY project requires just a few standard tools and not a lot of money.

My Old Country Home: Faux Tin Tile Ceiling Reveal!

My Old Country Home: Faux Tin Tile Ceiling Reveal! lj might be a cool idea for walls if we leave the ceiling exposed and paint the duct work black.use this instead of/with crown molding?

A Vintage Design Detail That'll Never Go Out of Style

A Vintage Design Detail That'll Never Go Out of Style

Time for some spring renovations? Check out these 11 DIY headboards guaranteed to take your bedroom to the next level.

<p>Embossed polystryrene foam ceiling tiles are easy to install while adding interest and elegance to a room.</p>

DIY Ceiling - Embossed polystryrene foam ceiling tiles are easy to install while adding interest and elegance to a room.

The colors on the wall are amazing!  Use faux tin/copper tiles and paint to desired colors...beautiful!

Faux tin tiles from Lowe's or Home Depot sprayed with coordinating colors for a cheap accent wall. I love the idea of this as both an accent wall or as a ceiling in a turn-of-the-last century room that originally had tin or brass tile ceilings.

DIY faux tin til ceiling tile back splash...love this!!!  Easy bathroom mirror update even *I* could do!

DIY Faux Tin Ceiling Tile Back Splash

st kilda grocery bar ~ mr mitchell interior design

Brooklyn Tins wallpaper used to great effect at GB Espresso, Fitzroy Street, St. Designers Andrew and James of Mr Mitchell styled by Juliet Owen and shot by Andrew Wuttke.

Whether you leave them exposed, to add a little shine, or paint them, pressed tin tiles (or panels) might be just the thing to add a little texture — and a little classic style — to your home.

A Vintage Design Detail That'll Never Go Out of Style

DIY..Tin Tiles Placed on Back of Bookcase or Hutch!

Use tin ceiling/backsplash tiles in the back of a bookcase. I absolutely love this! Use tin ceiling/backsplash tiles in the back of a bookcase. I absolutely love this!

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