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How to Cover an Ugly Kitchen Backsplash  using faux tin ceiling tiles from Home Depot or Lowe's. Install with double sided tape, can be removed.

How to Cover an Ugly Kitchen Backsplash {Way Back Wednesdays}

Back in February I showed you our kitchen and the changes we've made since we've lived in this house. Today I want to show you how we disguised the dated backsplash. Here's what we had when we moved in: White squares with a red and green stripe. Perfect in the mid-90's when the house was built. Today, not so much. After moving in we did an initial kitchen redo, mainly cosmetic-stripped wallpaper, textured, painted, switched out the faucet and kitchen cabinet hardware. We knew we wanted to do…

Faux Tin Backsplash Ideas | Wall Decorating Ideas with Faux Tin Tiles

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Beadboard kitchen backsplash.  I laugh so hard everytime contestants on Design Star are so stumped and frustrated by how to do a tile backsplash on the kitchen challenge in the time allotted.  Hello?  Beadboard, metal radiator grating, faux tin ceiling tiles -- all look fantastic and in so little time!

How you doin’?

No how YOU doin’?? ;) I’ve been planning this post forever, because there’s lots of projects that I do up in here that I’ve been meaning to update you on. When I see projects out in blogland, I love hearing how they work in real life and how they hold up. It’s like those extreme makeover shows when they show the person a year later and you’re all like, ohhh, they look GREAT. Or ohhh, that’s just too bad… This is the house version. And so here. we. go. First up – the beadboard backsplash in…

She used faux ceiling tiles to cutify the doors in her kitchen.  I absolutely love them!  Petite Michelle Louise: Kitchen Makeover

Kitchen Makeover

I've been wanting to give my kitchen a "new look" for quite some time now. When we bought our Colonial-style home over 24 years ago, I had big plans to "update" the kitchen almost immediately. But, being newly-weds, we had little money to invest and so our kitchen didn't see any changes for MANY years. Except for removing the linoleum to find hard wood underneath, adding a new sink area and 1 set of cabinets (the original kitchen had NO cabinets), it has looked pretty much the same as it did…

Thrifty Treasures: How to make faux tin tiles.  Someday I may need to refer back to this site.  Never heard of "Glacage" before but something tells me I'll start seeing more projects using it.  I need to find a stencil and try this out. Maybe on a cabinet door.

How to make faux tin tiles

I have always loved tin tiles. They are so interesting and add such beauty to a piece or a room. I needed (actually wanted) to get some for a piece I am working on. The problem problems are finding the size I need, the amount I need and the price point. That was a biggie, price. Have you priced tin tiles lately? Wow! Anyways, I really wanted to have some and couldn't get some, so what's a girl to do? DIY them of course! I had some scrap 1/4 plywood. I traced the shapes I needed onto the…

Faux tin panels to replace glass cabinet doors...may have to try this.

Positively Splendid {Crafts, Sewing, Recipes and Home Decor} - Handcrafted. Splendidly.

Handcrafted. Splendidly.

Faux-tin tile backsplash.  Nice, I like that you can cover the face plates of outlets as well

Feels Like Home Now

While growing up, we frequently visited our family in New England. One of my favorite memories is visiting my great-grandmother's old farmhouse. She had a large kitchen with a huge wood slab table, big enough to fit everyone for hours of laughter, card games, dice, and wonderful meals. Also, the mudroom, large pantry under the stairs, parlor room, and loft-type room upstairs with mini-windows where my sister and I would yell to people outside and then hide, made her house so charming! I have…

About $50, we took faux tin kitchen backsplash and trim and covered the front of this vintage dresser. Using a hammered black and matching copper paint to finish it off!

About $50, we took faux tin kitchen backsplash and trim and covered the front of this vintage dresser. Using a hammered black and matching copper paint to finish it off!

Tack faux tin ceiling tiles to the wall for a floating DIY headboard. Must do!

2ND LIFE: OLD RUSTY CEILING TILES

El primer sitio donde las ví, fue en la emblemática tienda Merci de París. El mostrador está revestido con unas placas de lata, cada una de un color y de diseños diferentes, me pareció fántastica la idea. Me apasiona ver como la gente le da una utilidad diferente a un objeto en desuso, como le condece una '2on Life'. Abro este nuevo apartado con las placas de techo. Cabezales,jardineras, revestimientos o simplemente como arte para las paredes. Que os parecen? Mostrador hecho con placas de…

Mel Stampz: Faux Tin Tile Tutorial (with aluminum foil, a Cuttlebug & a Scor-pal)

Faux Tin Tile Tutorial (with aluminum foil, a Cuttlebug & a Scor-pal)

This is a super easy way to get the look of metal tile. The tinfoil is so inexpensive and easy to work with. It takes embossing & alcohol i...

before and after backsplash with faux tin ceiling tile

Boy’s Bathroom Before & After

Bathroom Makeover Before and After! A kids' bathroom gets a budget friendly makeover!

Love the backsplash...faux tin

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Different color faux tin wallpaper for a back splash or wall treatment! Wallpaper a feature wall using double stick tape and it will remove easily when you move!

Different color faux tin wallpaper for a back splash or wall treatment! Wallpaper a feature wall using double stick tape and it will remove easily when you move!