What was your source for the tin? I looked around, but haven't been happy with the prices yet. Bet you can't wait.
Yeah! I love those "tin" backsplashes...they look so fun and unique!
MBoss Inc. The "finished" pieces are pretty pricey, but if you buy them in the plain "mill" finish they're really cheap. I know goddessof4 has used this company (bought panels in mill finish and gave htem a protective clear coat of rustoleum, or thereabouts) and they were very happy. We're going to hit up Michaels and try some different faux finishes to see if an oil-rubbed bronze or saddle oiled look would work. If not, "clear coat stainless" look it is!The pre-finished pieces run anywhere from $11 per panel to $50 or $60. But the mill finish that we'll top coat ourselves are $6.50 each.I'll keep the blog updated on how they turn out!
I look forward to seeing how this turns out--we're considering a "tin" ceiling for our laundry room.
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