Faux tin backsplash – Decorative tin panels have been used to decorate the interior rooms for many years. The atmosphere of its metallic, textured finishes lend dimension and style to otherwise standard roof and wall design. Tin has earned a place in the kitchen, but working with long pieces of tin can be cumbersome and expensive. A lasting solution to generate an impervious surface to the rear wall of the kitchen is a roll made of PVC faux tin.
Flexible and available in different sizes, a roll of 2 feet by 25 feet faux tin is enough to add a perfect, elegant kitchen faux tin backsplash that is easy to clean. Measure the width and length of the back wall. Use a tape measure to measure whole sections and continuous area of the rear wall and a length, including around any corners inside or outside.
Cut imitation faux tin backsplash length, transfer measurements posterior wall material. Use a ruler to ensure an even cut that can meet a pure corner or end the edge of the area of the rear wall. Mask off the edge of the area of the rear wall with masking tape.