The copper finish can really dress up a back splash.
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) August 22, 2012
Chelsea has been manufacturing and distributing tin ceilings since the 1950s and last year introduced nine new faux finishes. Now the newest color to their tin ceiling line is a bright copper finish. The new copper finish pressed tin for walls and ceilings is an exciting alternative to the usual shiny silver finish.
They developed the tin ceiling because it became expensive to carve the designs in the plaster. Originally the silver color was painted white so it looked like the desired plaster ceilings, but more common in the later years and today people leave the shiny silver finish because now people wanted others to know it is a tin ceilings. When the tin is left in its natural state it should be protected by a urethan or a lacquer but the new copper finish needs no extra work to safeguard its finish. It isn't real copper so it won't tarnish and it isn't as costly. It's a baked on enamel with a thin film that you peel off.
The designs now offered in copper range from Art Deco and Americana to Turn of the Century and Victorian. Most come on 2' X 4' sheets, some on 2' x 2' sheets, both for nailing up. Also available are 2' x 2' sheets for a suspended ceiling when access might be needed. These are original designs that date back to the 1800s and are now obtainable in the copper finish.
The designs are also available in various sizes: 3", 6", 12" and 24" repeat patterns, for the different room sizes or heights one will be working with. The copper especially looks great in a 6" pattern to address any small area while the 24" pattern works best on very high ceilings. The 12" design works in every other space such as kitchens, bedrooms, libraries and studies.
The rich copper works best in an earth tone setting and could turn a dinning room into a magnificent formal luxurious place to eat. Glenn "The Tinman" Eldridge says, "The copper finish can really dress up a back splash". The copper especially look great in a 6" pattern for that man cave putting the copper finish on a bar front makes a welcoming call to the thirsty.
Tin ceilings have been a blessings for architects throughout the years. Not only has Chelsea supplied these tin ceilings since the 1950s, but even today Chelsea is bringing back the original designs in various finishes with the newest one being a shiny copper. When looking for a decorative item tin ceilings are to be considered and with the copper finish it will do wonders for any area.
Chelsea is a family owned business from New York but now manufactures tin ceilings in Houston, Texas and ships them around the world. This new finish dresses up the numerous designs that capture the styles of their time.
So one can now take the designs from the past and purchase them in a stunning new copper finish to brighten up a rather dull area by adding the elegance of a lustful copper finish. Check out the reasonable prices on all there items at http://www.Tinman.com