Three years ago, before we owned the house, heck before we were even really house hunting, we were at the Aberfoyle Antique Market with my parents when I spotted some antique tin ceiling tiles, and fell in LOVE. They were reclaimed from an old storefront in London Ontario. My parents bought me 20 of the 2×2′ tiles for Christmas that year, and I have been waiting to put them up somewhere in the Storefront since we moved in.
The tiles have their original white paint still on them, and are in varying states of disrepair. Some are almost perfectly painted, while others are missing half their paint, or are rusted.
We could do all sorts of cool stuff with the tiles. The ideas are so endless that I in fact could not decide on one… No really. Its been 2 years and these tiles are still sitting in my basement. Its not that I dont want to use them, I just cant make my mind up.
Do they get painted, stripped, left as is?
Do we put them on a ceiling, or use them as a wall covering, or as a backsplash in the kitchen?
Do I procure matching cove moldings and filler panels to do a ceiling the proper way?
See, its a bit overwhelming right? I don’t want to screw it up. So here is some of my inspiration.
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What would you do with the tiles?!