Metal backsplash and art wall tiles for your dream house project.



Metal Backsplash Celtic Tree of Life - set of 17

Regular price $450.00

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Metal Backsplash Celtic Tree of Life - set of 17

Handcrafted from a pure copper of 0.57mm ( .020") bulk. The same bulk is utilized in the construction of roofing. Tiles are tough, resistant, and very reliable. They are protected with high-grade micro-crystalline wax the same as used in the Renaissance Wax British Museum. Copper will age gradually and beautifully over time. Delicate cloth, mild soap, and tepid water is good for cleaning. Put on wax each year, if you want to slow down aging progress. Certain foods (like ketchup and mustard) and acids can cause changes to the color.

Copper tiles may be used in the open air. It can be used for walls, outdoor kitchens, and vineyards, etc.

Get a special look to your property with our Metal Backsplash Celtic Tree of Life - set of 17. Our wall unit is handmade and unique. It will bring an excellent visual impression in your kitchen or fireplace. Even a slight remodel can make a huge change. Make a clear expression and it will be the BEST dashing object at your house!

Set of 17 tiles total size 20''x30''

Backsplash metal tiles for your kitchen wall.

Material available: copper, brass, nickel.

Set of 17 tiles, One large tree of life in the center plus border tiles Celtic knots.

Tiles can be customized with brand logos or alternative signs or texts. Simply email us the photo of your choice (jpg or vector file). You will get a message when your quote is prepared.

For installation, you must have thin mortar and grout.

There you can find technical information about tiles and responses to often asked questions.

We are committed to making a fine and long-lasting article with the most environmentally friendly method possible. Metals are among the most eco-friendly materials. They have a big worth and are easy to retrieve or use again. These products have high recycled material content and 100% of our bits are reused or recycled. One of the most skipped aspects of eco-friendly consumerism is durability. In the long run, the greenest product is usually the one that lasts the most. Copper persevere practically forever.