Restaurants with Tin Tiles
From the mom and pop diner down the block to global fast food franchises and everything in between, tin ceilings have been adopted wholeheartedly by the restaurant industry as a preferred building material. Able to evoke any ambiance from chic to historic, restaurants and cafes around the globe have been incorporating tin tiles into their interior design. So the next time you’re eating out – look up. We might just be dining there with you.
The creative uses of tin tiles on ceilings, bar backs, wall features, and wainscoting dreamt up by commercial designers never ceases to amaze and impress. Some of our favorite examples include mixing and matching patterns like Sellands Market does to create a distinct modern farmhouse feel, Melt Bar & Grilled’s custom blue finish that matches their fun and quirky brand persona and Odette’s beautiful use of lighting and accent pieces to evoke a warm, welcoming ambiance that encourages hanging out for awhile.
Choose your tile type (Snap Lock™, Drop-In or Nail-Up) depending on your ceiling structure. Consider our new Acoustic Drop-In tiles for suspended grid applications. Acoustical Panels are extra micro-perforated, which can help reduce noise up to 85%, improve sound quality and reduce echo when used in conjunction with an acoustical pad. They are available in all patterns and colors so your design will not compromise function.
Notable restaurants with tin include:
- Carrabba’s (various locations across FL)
- Melt Bar & Grilled (various locations across OH)
- Meatball Shoppe (various locations around NYC)
- Sellands Market (Sacramento, CA)
- Grape and Grain (NYC, NY)
- Green Knoll Grill (Bridgewater, NJ)
- Hamley Steakhouse (Pendleton, OR)
- ADYA OC (Santa Ana, CA)
- Barrel (Washington, DC)
- Bojangles (various locations across NC)
- Voodoo BBQ (various locations across LA and FL)
…and countless others spanning the globe.