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Tin ceilings were introduced to Australia as a less expensive way to decorate ceilings. The labor to mould designs in the plaster was replaced by tin sheets that had the designs pressed into them. The sheets could be easily installed on timber and painted white to match the color of plaster. What made the tin ceilings popular was the light weight of the metal, the durability and the affordable pricing.
To complement the pressed wall and ceiling panels we can also supply dado panels, borders, cornices, cornice leaves and rosettes.
Designs range across many periods of Architecture including the modern designs of today.
Pressed metal is making a significant comeback in modern times, adding some design interest to new homes and old.

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Tin ceilings were introduced to Australia as a less expensive way to decorate ceilings. The labor to mould designs in the plaster was replaced by tin sheets that had the designs pressed into them. The sheets could be easily installed on timber and painted white to match the color of plaster. What made the tin ceilings popular was the light weight of the metal, the durability and the affordable pricing.
To complement the pressed wall and ceiling panels we can also supply dado panels, borders, cornices, cornice leaves and rosettes.
Designs range across many periods of Architecture including the modern designs of today.
Pressed metal is making a significant comeback in modern times, adding some design interest to new homes and old.