Antique Tin

For that special project, nothing takes the place of our Antique Tin. Protecting their inhabitants for generations, this decorative material has the look that only time can create. Antique tin can be used in a variety of applications. Tin can be applied to a ceiling to provide texture and a warm feel. Backing behind ceiling beams can help to create the feel of an old structure. Used as paneling, antique tin, with it rusty aged appearance, will provide a comfortable feel to any room. Light enough to be cut, yet sturdy enough to hold its shape. The sheets are typically two feet in width and range from eight to sixteen feet in length. Lacking the shiny appearance of new tin, our tin has withstood the test of time and gained a rich history that cannot be matched.

 

Reclaimed Rustic Tin FAQ

You have questions, we have the answers. Each project is unique and requires special attention to details as well as in depth knowledge of everything from product specification to how it gets delivered. Let us help you navigate the choices and understand what to expect when it comes to realizing your vision.

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Is your tin really reclaimed?

Yes, we recover our reclaimed antique tin from the same old barns and outbuildings that we get our wood from. While the tin could be younger than the wood in a structure due to it having been replaced over the years, we are very particular about the tin we do reclaim. Only tin that is corrugated and has at least 35% rusted surface is reclaimed for its aesthetics.

Reclaimed Rustic Tin Gallery

Reclaimed Antique Corrugated Tin
Reclaimed Antique Corrugated Tin
Reclaimed Antique Corrugated Tin
Reclaimed Antique Corrugated Tin
Reclaimed Antique Corrugated Tin
Reclaimed Antique Corrugated Tin
Reclaimed Antique Corrugated Tin
Reclaimed Antique Corrugated Tin