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



Birds and Flowers Copper Tiles - Set of 4

Regular price $160.00

Tax included.

Birds and Flowers Copper Tiles - Set of 4

Brown PATINATED 

Get special look to your house with our Birds and Flowers Copper Tiles - Set of 4. That wall piece is made by hand and unique. It will bring a excellent visual effect in your kitchen or living room. Even small remake can bring a significant improvement. Make a clear expression and it will be the BEST ornamental piece at your home!

Made by hand from a raw copper of 0.57mm ( .020") thickness. Same thickness is utilize in the construction of roofing. Tiles are tough, resistant and reliable. They are protected with high grade microcrystalline wax same as used in Renaissance Wax British Museum. Copper will age slowly and aesthetically over time. Delicate cloth, mild soap and lukewarm water is good for cleaning. Certain foods (such as ketchup or mustard) and acids can increase modification to the color. Put on wax once a year, if you wish to slow ageing process. Copper tiles may be used in open air for walls, outside kitchens and vineyards.

Tiles can be customized with company logo or other signs or texts. Just email us the picture of your choice (jpg or vector file). You will get an e-mail when your quote is prepared.

  1. Small SIZE 40cm x 40cm 15.6''x15.6'' (each tile is 20cmx20cm 7.81''x7.81'')
  2. Large SIZE 60cm x 60cm 23.4'' 23.4'' (each tile is 30cmx30cm 11.7''x11.7'')

Full guide about the tiles and answers to often asked questions are available in here.

For installation you must have: skinny mortar and grout.

We are devoted to making a beautiful and sustained product with the most eco friendly process available. Metals are among the most recycled materials. They have a high value and are effortless to reclaim or use again. Our tiles have a high recycled material content and 100% of our bits are reused or recycled. Highly overlooked aspect of green consumerism is durability. In the long run the greenest product is often the one which survives the most. Copper lasts almost forever.