Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Tin Ceiling Tile Backsplash


These beautiful tin tiles are the compliments of the
Thrift Store...
$3.00


I wasn't sure what I was going to do with them... 
I wasn't wild about the gold but the copper and the silver were very pretty...
Looking around my kitchen I found the perfect place...
The backsplash over the stove...


Step one was to use the sticky squares 
that came with the tiles to attach them to the wall...
a temporary fix until I pull out the contact cement for a permanent hold...
Luckily they fit perfectly all the way across the top of the stove area, 
no cutting required!



It was meant to be!


I love the way they look...


The tin tiles go great with my eclectic kitchen...
most of my treasures are thrift store finds!




Kitchen looks great, I might need to learn to cook...

Susan



12 comments:

  1. Wonderful! I love it! If you ever feel like posting more steps on how you made it permanent I'd read. :)

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  2. Love your blog, found you through someone else, just love skimming through others favorites to find another great blog!! You have some of the best ideas. Ive added you to my favs. Love the old enamalware tray you have sitting under your gadgets next to your stove. I love enamelware! cant seem to pass it up no matter how much I already have :)

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  3. Nothing like the thrift stores. I visited one of my favorite collectible malls the other day and found one thing for a decent price, but no steal. Went to my Goodwill the same day and found quite a few things for next to nothing. Puts a smile on my face.:) Your tiles were quite the find! Congrats~

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  4. I love that look, Susan! It must have been meant to be, for sure!

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  5. Great, inexpensive idea that looks fabulous!!

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  6. what an incredible find! looks awesome!

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  7. Meant to be for sure! Looks great :) Laurel

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  8. The tin looks wonderful!

    My husband and I are putting up a tin ceiling in our kitchen.

    Dee

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  9. Very Pretty...I love all your stuff! <3

    Come over and check out my husbands creation made from pallets.

    Susan Payne ~ Rain and Roses

    http://susan-rainandroses.blogspot.com/2012/02/rustic-wine-cabinet.html

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