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Decorative Tin Ceilings

Decorative Tin Ceilings

Experience the sophistication of one of North Americas' most exquisite and intricate architectural products with your very own tin ceiling. Decorative embossed tin ceilings have been around since the late 1800's and we are proud to offer our line of tin ceilings from the original cast iron molds of yesteryear.

These fireproof, durable and lightweight tin ceilings are appealing to home and business owners alike and are available in various decorative patterns and finishes. Exclusive to Classic Ceilings is our multi-step handcrafted true antique finished tin ceilings, available for all embossed decorative tin ceiling tiles.

Below you will find tin ceiling panels categorized by pattern repeats: 6 inch decorative tin ceiling patterns, 12 inch decorative tin ceiling patterns, 24 inch decorative tin ceiling patterns, and our miscellaneous category which contains filler panel tin ceilings and tin ceiling pattern repeats of less then six inch. All decorative embossed tin ceiling panels are available in all of our finishes: Regular tin (unfinished steel), lacquered tin (clear coated steel), perforated steel (tin ceilings with acoustic properties), pre-painted white, plated copper, brass and chrome, antique plated copper, brass and pewter and custom painted powder coated tin ceiling tiles.
6in Tin Ceiling Patterns

6in Tin Ceiling Patterns

Our six inch decorative embossed tin ceiling design patterns are great for backsplashes and small areas. They are also one of the most popular and flexible designs. Tin ceiling tile designs like 208 and 209 are especially desirable because they are perfect for making cutouts to accommodate light fixtures.

12in Tin Ceiling Patterns

12in Tin Ceiling Patterns

Twelve inch decorative embossed tin ceiling design patterns offer an optimal solution for design layouts where numerous repeats are desired without making the area busy. These tin ceiling tile patterns also serve as a lovely solution for wall décor and can be used for decorating furniture or as picture frames.

24in Tin Ceiling Patterns

24in Tin Ceiling Patterns

Twenty-four inch decorative embossed tin ceiling design patterns serve not only as ceiling panels but also, on their own, they serve as great center pieces. These tin ceiling tile patterns are especially recommended for rooms with large lighting fixtures, high ceilings, or large areas.

Miscellaneous Patterns

Miscellaneous Patterns

Our miscellaneous decorative embossed tin ceiling design patterns consist of filler panels, molded filler tin ceilings and a three inch and four inch design repeat tin ceiling tiles, both of which can be used as fillers, a frieze or backsplashes.

Filler panels are a convenient solution to preserving the uniform pattern of the decorative tin ceiling field panels. They fill in the perimeter gap between the decorative cornice and field panel and avoid the need to cut into the field panels. Filler tiles and molded fillers are only available in the nail-up application.
Coffered Ceiling Patterns

Coffered Ceiling Patterns

Our coffered ceiling panels are 1-½ inch recessed tin ceiling tiles that create a breathtaking dimensional ceiling. The patterns are available in different sizes to accommodate various ceiling designs and special projects. These recessed coffered tin ceiling tiles are very popular for creative layouts due to their ability to mix and match. Recessed coffered ceiling tiles have been used from restaurants to entertainment rooms - no matter the project - they will always create a one of a kind setting.

Reveal Ceiling Patters

Reveal Ceiling Patters

Our reveal tin ceiling tiles provides a dynamic 3-dimensional perspective dropping the panels below the grid. The reveal ceiling panels project outward from the T-Bar with a 3/8" reveal (depth) edge and may be used with any standard exposed 15/16" T-Bar suspension system.

DE-ME Snap Patterns

DE-ME Snap Patterns

The DE-ME Snap tin ceiling panels are a great solution when it's desired to conceal the T-Bar and provide an uninterrupted and continuous repeat of the pattern. The DE-ME Snap ceiling system is a great solution for commercial settings as they allow the flexibility of having a decorative metal ceiling that is 100% accessible. Each DE-ME Snap metal ceiling panel can be removed without damage or affecting adjacent panels.

Cornices & Moldings

Cornices & Moldings

Decorative embossed cornices and flat moldings provide an in intricate finishing touch to any layout. Tin ceiling cornices bridge together the wall and ceiling corner and flat moldings allow for a transition between the field panel and filler panel. The tin ceiling flat moldings can also be used as borders for backsplashes, frames, chair rails, and other cleaver solutions, the possibilities are endless.

Cornices (Crown Moldings)

Cornices (Crown Moldings)

Cornices provide a transition from tin ceiling tiles on the ceiling to the wall and create a decorative perimeter around the ceiling. Larger sized cornices are great for medium to large settings or high ceilings, while smaller cornices are best with smaller areas with a standard ceiling height.

Flat Moldings

Flat Moldings

Flat moldings allow for a transition between tin ceiling field panels and tin ceiling filler panels. They can also be used as a frame border or chair rail or any other creative solution.

Girder Nosings

Girder Nosings

Girder nosings are a great solution for inside corners or outside corners of ceilings and walls.

Stainless Steel Backsplashes

Stainless Steel Backsplashes

Metal tin ceiling backsplashes are perfect for keeping the kitchen looking clean, new, and even stylish. A kitchen backsplash not only keeps the area behind the stove and sink safe from moisture and grease but can add class and elegance to your kitchen.

You can use backsplashes to compliment the kitchen by creating an exquisite contrasting transition between countertops and cabinets. Backsplashes beautifully compliment the kitchen through the contrast of a wooden cabinet versus a brass backsplash or a granite countertop versus the embossed look of a copper backsplash or tin backsplash.

For kitchen backsplashes we recommend our stainless steel finish for durability and ease of maintenance. However, you may purchase any of the other finishes through our decorative tin ceiling pattern categories.
Accessories

Accessories

All tin ceiling accessories.