Tin Ceilings - How Do You Paint Them?
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This pressed tin ceiling has been hand painted but you don't need to go to this trouble to have a stunning ceiling. The patterns within the panels are deeply stamped so they look spectacular when painted in just one colour.
Please note that all of the tin ceilings need to be finished with some variety of coating.
They cannot be left in the shiny raw metal state as the metal will very slowly tarnish and become a dull grey colour. If you require a metal appearance to your panels then please use one of the many metal coloured paints which are available in brush-on or spray-on versions. Additionally there are powder coating finishes which give a metal appearance.
They cannot be left with just the etch primer on as it is not a tough finish. The etch primer is on the panels to enable the paint to stick to the metal.
Below you can see panels painted in various to give an aged appearance:
Using this stunning range of unique designs and accessories you can now have exquisite tin ceilings that could easily grace the pages of quality home decor magazines. I can help you with your designs and with calculating how much to order. I can assist with painting ideas and best of all, each order comes with very detailed fitting instructions. If you have queries at any stage I am here to help. That is part of my friendly, personalized service. If you are looking for quality tin ceilings then look no further. Contact me today.
By Jean Morrison.