Historically, tin ceillings were introduced to North America as an affordable alternative to the exquisite plaster work used in European homes. It was between 1890 and 1930 that thin rolled tin-plates were being mass-produced. Tin ceilings were traditionally painted white to give the appearance of hand- carved or molded plaster. But, today the irregularity and the aging give all the appeal to this American architecture icon.
• Each roll is L 394" x W 19" (47 SqFt)
• Repeat: none
• 1-2 week lead time
• Heavy-duty wallpaper with paper top-layer and non-woven backing. Glue is applied to wall
• Fire rating USA ASTM E 84-10 EU B-s1
Cream and brown illustration