Faux Tin Ceilings using Armstrong Ceiling Tiles
Approaching the Grandeur of Real Metal. Faux tin tiles are the perfect complement to even the busiest foyer. Because these versatile tiles can be painted to mimic virtually any metal, they bring a bit of sparkle and into the room, drawing the eye upward. They can also be painted in solid colors, antiqued, and pearled finishes. We use Armstrong ceiling tiles, but any polystyrene, fiberboard, resin, or plastic-based tile can be used.
Our ceiling tiles come in bright and antiqued finishes, and in nearly any metallic hue you could desire. We also create painted and fantasy finishes.
Shown in a mint green finish with whitewash glaze, with semi-gloss acrylic finish.
In our Antique Bronze, on Armstrong Tin Tile.
An Urban Revivals installation job, of our gilded tiles, using composite gold leaf over a red bole, on Armstrong tiles.
Here, our antique bronze tiles are used around the edges of a room and in this turret area, to highlight a harpsichord.
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Close-up of our tile finish in Antique Copper
Closeup of our tiles in Aztec Copper (a bright finish with golden glaze over copper base)
We can adjust our base metallic colors to match your floor or furnishing. This customer wanted a slight rose hue added to her copper base.
One of our most popular finishes, in Antique Gold on an Armstrong Wellington ceiling tile.
A sky blue painted finish has been stippled with a nearly translucent white finish, and sealed in a high gloss acrylic.
A simple matte pewter finish, ideal for a contemporary kitchen or den.
Our antique silver tiles, shown on a Tin Tile pattern, can be aged even further within its finish, to look very aged.
Our regular antique silver finish
Our painted bright metallic finishes look just like the real thing! This tile mimics a lacquered tin panel.
Our gilded tiles appear as if transported from the Medieval era. We go to some lengths to create a base (typically red, charcoal, or green) covered with a gilded finish with wear patterns, for the look of ancient royalty.
This gilded finish is in silver (using composite leaf) over a charcoal base.
Here is an Armstrong Wellington tile, before a finish is applied.