How to install and Cut Real Copper Ceiling Tiles and Cornice (12:30)
Step by step cutting and installation of real copper ceiling tiles and cornice by nailing them up to furring strips of a historic home in Connecticut. Copper’s rich beauty has been a favorite accent when decorating homes for hundreds of years. While it may not have the luster of gold, the metal has a deep patina that becomes even more attractive with age, and it’s also much less expensive than its famous cousin. Copper isn’t just a pretty metal, though; it’s extremely tough and durable but at the same time very easy to use in projects. It would do just as well in your shop as it would in your living room. The material is popular for roofing, plumbing pipes, and even for pots and pans. Now, you can buy it to create an amazing ceiling.
One of the metal’s best characteristics is the warm appearance it’s able to bring to a room. Whether you prefer a natural, aged, or polished look, copper can make a room seem comfortable and relaxing with the way it’s able to cause light to reflect in a calming glow. That’s one of the reasons why it’s often seen in neighborhood pubs and high-end restaurants.
If you like the look of copper, Decorative Ceiling Tiles offers several options for bringing its beauty into your home. There’s a selection for every budget and existing ceiling type, and installation methods should be a snap for even beginning DIYers.
How to install and Cut Real Copper Ceiling Tiles and Cornice
Step by step cutting and installation of real copper ceiling t...