Why Use Tin Cornices
What makes a room with an incredible appearance stand out from the average rooms you see every day? In addition to wall, ceiling, and floor treatments, it’s often the way interior trim is used to complement and accent the interior décor. Crown moldings, chair-rail, and baseboard trims not only look good on their own, they can also provide an attractive transition from floor to wall or wall to ceiling. When used on a wall, they can create a border for a finish material such as wood paneling and a starting point for paint or wallpaper.
The same principle holds true where your tin ceiling tiles meet the walls of your room. Creating a neat line without any gaps can be difficult – especially if your walls are uneven or your hands weren’t totally steady when making the cuts. Don’t despair – Decorative Ceiling Tiles offers tin cornices that can not only hide minor imperfections, they can provide the perfect finishing touch for your room décor.
Tin cornices are available in designs that can be used as crown molding around the tops of your walls, but there are also shapes that can be used as chair-railing, baseboard, or even toe kicks for cabinets or a wet bar. The cornices are available in several patterns and tin covered steel, aluminum, or solid copper to match your metal ceiling tiles. If you choose aluminum, the trim can be purchased in any of the more than 80 prefinished colors available in aluminum tiles.
Tin cornice moldings are available in lengths of about 48 inches and are constructed to be nailed in place. However, if you’re installing a drop-in ceiling tile system, it’s often possible to screw tin chair-rail cornice into your cross tees and hide the wall angles at the perimeter of the room. Turn your room from average to spectacular with Decorative Ceiling Tiles’ tin cornices.