The pressed-tin backsplash sparkles next to the oil-rubbed-bronze cabinet hardware in this California scullery.
A custom hood and tin clover backsplash showcase the kitchen's 36-inch Wolf Dual Fuel Range.
Tin backsplashes are generally made of 6-inch squares to fit evenly within a standard 18-inch kitchen backsplash.
Soapstone countertops, a pressed-tin backsplash and Willamette pendants all contribute to this new kitchen's vintage charm.
While the refrigerator is camouflaged with cabinet panels, the tin backsplash and stainless steel appliances use metal to contribute to this kitchen's visual seamlessness.
An antique laboratory base cabinet acts as the kitchen island, and reclaimed tin ceiling tiles were repurposed and installed as a kitchen backsplash in this East Evanston, Illinois, historic residence.