Copper Metal Ceiling Tile AT Design 11 2×2


Our authentic tin-plated steel tiles use some of the same patterns that dominated early 1900s home décor. Today, these tiles provide a dramatic, embossed finish to any room of the house, office or business. With an expanded range of colors and finishes, they enhance styles from traditional to modern. Our tin ceilings are easy to install on any building material. Available for Drop in Grid or Nail up.


     How to Shop:

  1. Select Your Installation Type –We offer different kinds of tiles (Nail-Up and Drop-In). Which one you need depends on the ceiling substrate you’ll be installing on. 
  2. Choose a Pattern –Peruse the 35+ pattern options to find the aesthetic that best suits you. All tiles are 24” x 24” regardless of design and all patterns are available in all installation types.
  3. Pick a Color –After you’ve selected a pattern, you can view various color families to create the perfect combination. All patterns are available in 50+ premium powder coated finishes, or you can purchase them unfinished and paint yourself.


Drop-In: For use with suspended grid system

  • Sits flush in grid system
  • Fits all standard 2’x2′ grid systems with 15/16″ wide rails
  • Cross tees are available to convert 2’x4′ grid systems
  • Simply paint suspended grid system to match tile color
  • Acoustical version are micro perforated for superior sound quality, available at extra cost.


Nail-Up: For use on wood substrate

  • Requires plywood, furring strips or joists
  • Original installation method that’s remained unchanged for 150 years
  • Each panel contains a 1/4″ nail rail that overlaps tight seams


Metal tin tiles have a fire rating of over one-hour.

Some metals like aluminum and steel aren’t combustible, but buckle under intense heat. Since our tiles are made from T1 grade tin plated steel, they are 0.010 thick and sturdy, thus carrying an ASTM E 84-03b approval rating (Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials). We’ve tested our product with 1000°F of heat being delivered by a propane torch for over 50 seconds and as far back as 1914, the Fire Underwriter’s Association has been running similar tests to ensure authenticity.


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