We typically stock various types of tin for use as rustic wainscot, ceilings, urban chicken coops, etc. . Sold by the square foot.
Above are a few photos generously shared by our customers that show how they've used our tin material in their projects. More photos (and more ideas!) can be seen in the Gallery.
Borrow some ideas from these photos, or create a unique project design of your own.
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Choose from various amounts of rust, from almost none to nearly all surface rust. You can also flip the pieces over and display the back side for an aged patina with no, or very little, rust. Comes in 2’ wide sheets in various lengths.
These sheets have a rib in the middle and where the two edges overlap the next pieces. Some, like the one shown have creases between the ribs. Others are flat between the ribs. Comes in 2’ wide sheets in various lengths. (Not always in stock. Check for availability.)
This style has no center rib – just the two standing seams where the edges connect with the adjoining pieces. Seams are sometimes difficult to disconnect so expect a bit of tweaking to make the new connections. OR, trim off the seams with tin shears for flat tin you can use in crafts, fabricate into range hoods, use for shelving backs, backsplash, etc. Comes in 2’ wide sheets in various lengths. (Not always in stock. Check for availability.)