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



Kitchen Plain Copper Tiles - set of 4

Regular price $84.00

Tax included.

Kitchen Plain Copper Tiles - set of 4

Made by hand from a clear copper of 0.57mm ( .020") bulk. The same thickness is utilized in the construction of roofs. Tiles are very hard, resistant, and very reliable. They are protected with fine grade microcrystalline wax the same as used in the Renaissance Wax British Museum. Copper will age slowly and aesthetically over time. Delicate cloth, mild soap, and lukewarm water is best for maintaining. Apply wax once a year, if you desire to slow down aging progress. Some foods (like ketchup or mustard) and acids may cause modification to the tint.

Copper tiles may be used outside. You can use them for walls, outdoor kitchens or vineyards, etc.

Get one of a kind looks to your property with that Kitchen Plain Copper Tiles - set of 4. Our wall unit is handmade and very special. It will create a brilliant visual effect in your kitchen or fireplace. Even small remodel can bring a big improvement. Make a clear expression and it will be the BEST decorative object at your place!

4 plain copper, lightly brown patinated copper tiles that will look like copper bricks on your wall.

Each tile is 10cmx20cm ( 3.93INCH x 7.94 INCH)

Tiles may be customized with a brand logo or different signs and texts. Simply email us the photo of your selection (jpg or vector file). You will get a message when your cite is ready.

For setup, you must have thin mortar and grout.

Here you can find a full guide about tiles and answers to often asked questions.

We are committed to making a beautiful and sustained piece of art with the most environmentally friendly method available. Metals are among the most eco-friendly stuff. They have high worth and are simple to retrieve and use again. These tiles have a large recycled material content and 100% of our scraps are used again or recycled. One of the most overlooked aspects of eco-friendly consumerism is durability. In the long run, the greenest product is often the one which survives the longest. Copper lasts practically forever.