Pressed tin panels - proudly Australian made
Pressed metal panels for feature walls, splashbacks and ceilings
Hello, I'm Jean Morrison. My job is to help you achieve a stunning pressed tin project. Feed me your ideas and tell me all about your project and in return you will receive:
Personalized service, second to none
Unusual pressed metal panels, shipped directly to your door step
My knowledge to help you keep costs down
Comprehensive fitting instructions for your pressed metal project
Nowadays, decorative pressed tin panelling is used more for contemporary projects than for restoration jobs. It has been utilized recently on several Australian TV shows, boosting it's popularity even more. It has become quite trendy and customers are producing some outstanding results especially using unusual paints for their pressed metal projects.
The greatest feature of pressed tin is its versatility. It's suitable for both residential and commercial projects, for ceilings as well as walls and it can be painted in so many different ways, giving myriad special effects. It can even be installed by home handymen. If you change your colour scheme further down the track you can re-paint your pressed tin panels. Take a look through this website to find out what our customers have achieved with their pressed metal panels.
This website has been built as an information resource as much as a selling tool. You will find all the information you need to complete your pressed metal project right here. I recognise it is hard to choose your pattern from seeing just a tiny sample square of an image amongst dozens of other tiny squares of patterns so I've included hundreds of photographs of clients' projects for you to peruse. Fully detailed fitting instructions are available for you and an up to date price list of all our pressed metal products is included too. If there is anything I haven't covered on this website just let me know.
Take a look at one of our recent outstanding projects using pressed metal panels:
Pressed tin panels used in Bruno Menard's "La Cantine" restaurant in Singapore
Project details: The Stripe Collective were the designers of this outstanding project. Pressed metal panels were used extensively on both ceilings and walls. They chose the classic Shield design for the walls and the ceiling. (Photograph copyright Brett Boardman Photography)
Now imagine what you can achieve with your pressed metal panels.
Please note your pressed metal panels will be sent to you direct from the factories that are located in the Eastern States. They will not be sent from Western Australia.