Tin panels reproduced from 19th century patterns make striking and easy-to-install kitchen backsplashes.
Hand-pressed and custom painted, the tin panels are available in seven patterns and 40 colors, including unfinished.
Most popular is the abstract pattern shown here. Made of 3" design squares, the pattern lends itself to cutting, which the company will do for you for at no extra charge. There is a $10 charge for cutouts around light switches and outlets, although you can do the cuts yourself if you've got a pair of tin snips.
The backsplash panels can be affixed to sheetrock with liquid nails. If you've got a wood substrate you can nail the panel.
Factory treated with several coats of flat lacquer, the backsplash can be cleaned with a damp rag or very mild cleaner. It is suitable for use behind stoves and cooktops.