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Aspect Long Grain 3 in. x 6 in. Metal Decorative Wall Tile in Brushed Copper (8-Pack)


Long Grain 3 in. x 6 in. Metal Decorative Wall Tile in Brushed Copper (8-Pack)

  • Easy to use, peel and stick
  • No contractor needed
  • Use in multiple applications
$15.99 /each

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  • Bronze
  • Brushed Stainless
  • Champagne
  • Copper
  • White
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Product Overview

Aspect is a decorative metal tile that provides the look of custom metal backsplash and wall paneling at a fraction of the cost. This easy to use product is available in four different colors and two grain directions. There are a wide variety of tile patterns that can be used. Aspect tiles can be designed to create as elaborate or as uncomplicated as your personal style requires.

  • Double-sided aluminum with polymer core
  • Easy to use peel and stick application
  • 1 package covers 1 sq. ft.
  • Simple to clean with non-harsh cleaning products
  • Use in multiple applications including backsplash, walls, cabinets, toe-kicks, details, accents and more
  • ACP has been an industry leader for 20 years and prides itself on its products

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Customer Questions & Answers

Would these work behind a built-in cooktop?

I have a Jenn-Aire cooktop, and I would like to use this product on the wall behind it. Currently, the wall behind my Jenn-Aire cooktop is just painted dry wall. And is this product easy to clean if grease splatters on it?
Asked by: BigD
Yes. I put mine behind a new cooktop.
Answered by: Rick
Date published: 2016-08-17

how many to a box?

Asked by: Anonymous
there are 8 tiles in a box
Answered by: Mustangwomyn
Date published: 2016-02-10

Are they absolutely flat around edges or slightly bent for a more 3d look?

Asked by: Jo
Slightly rounded edges.
Answered by: jhumroo
Date published: 2016-12-27

Are these tiles magnetic?

Asked by: Julie
No. They have an adhesive backing.
Answered by: jhumroo
Date published: 2016-12-27
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Customer Reviews

Long Grain 3 in. x 6 in. Metal Decorative Wall Tile in Brushed Copper (8-Pack) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 41.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I have mixed feelings about these tiles. We installed these in our kitchen as a backsplash about ... I have mixed feelings about these tiles. We installed these in our kitchen as a backsplash about four years ago. They look absolutely beautiful everywhere except behind the sink. Over time, these tiles do not stand up to water splashes. We try to keep them clean as much as possible, but they developed permanent water stains on the surface and the edges of the tiles have corroded and look like they have been chewed away. There is no way to remove the tiles without damaging the drywall, so we have been left with about a 3 ft by 1 ft section which looks weathered and ugly compared to the other walls. We are still trying to find a solution to cover up this section without removing the tiles, while matching the rest of the installation.
Date published: 2016-12-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lovely colour but a nightmare.......... Tiles are a beautiful colour. They are easy to apply once you have got each one seated into the trim - if using the trim. ( would not recommend unless you really need to) However cutting the tiles is a different matter. Nightmare. Once again the advertising does not reflect an accurate description of the level of competency required to use this product. If no cutting around plug sockets, corners etc., is required then hey ho and away you go , but if shaping is required be prepared to splash out on a chop saw if you haven't got one. Using a chop saw is the only way you can make a decent cut. I really love the tiles but cutting them. Ye Gods!!
Date published: 2013-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fast and Easy We wanted something that would accent the stainless steel appliances, and be low maintenance. It seemed the wife was always cleaning the white popcorn paint, and we were watching it slowly come off on the towels while cleaning. The builder wasn't exactly a pro when it came to drywall, so there were some areas that weren't quite flat. Looking through the local Home Depot we saw these. We looked at a couple other options, but thought these were the best choice. I took my time, and did it over 4 days, about 2 hours each day. Cutting around the electrical boxes took the longest time. I had one section that took 40 tiles where there wasn't any electrical boxes, and had that section done in less than 10 minutes. The slow part came when I had to cut the tiles to go around the electrical boxes, for the finishing touches, and ends. I was going about 1 tile every 5-8 minutes for those areas. They are a layer of stainless steel applied to about 1/8" of plastic with an adhesive backing. 1. They recommend using an adhesive when applying them over an uneven surface. Take that advice. 2. They recommend a chop saw. I took my time using a Dremel, and had no problems. The cuts were straight, and everything lined up perfectly. 3. They recommend removing the clear protective coating before installing the tile. I recommend keeping it on until you're done marking, measuring , and cutting. When you are going around an electrical box with either a switch or outlet, make sure you cut the tile so they will rest on the tile once installed. Measure and cut the tile so it outlines the electrical box. Remove power from the circuit. remove the switch or outlet from the electrical box. Install the tile. Re-install the switch or outlet. restore power to the circuit. If you don't cut the tile so the switch or outlet rest on the tile, they will be about 3/16" recessed from the face of the cover plate. After I finished the stainless steel tiles seemed a little dark. We cleaned them with glass cleaner, and it helped quite a bit. Last thing I have to do is seal around the base where the tiles meet the granite countertop, and on the top edges. I installed the tiles on the kitchen window ledge behind the sink, so I have an outside corner there. I used white caulking to seal it, and it looks good. clear for the countertop, and white for the top edge, and it's complete.
Date published: 2015-11-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quality was surprisingly good. It looks awesome now that we... Quality was surprisingly good. It looks awesome now that we are finished and have lights under the cabinet! A little hard to cut small pieces and place, but overall very satisfied!
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These backsplash tiles were easy to install with the adhesive back. The adhesive hardened very fa... These backsplash tiles were easy to install with the adhesive back. The adhesive hardened very fast but you do have enough time while installing the tile to QUICKLY adjust placement or remove the tile, but once fully in place, you cannot make any adjustment and removal would be difficult. I cut them with several different cutting tools just to find the one I liked the best. A band saw worked best for me, it cut thin, true and clean leaving an edge that looked as good as the original. They are covered with a removable plastic sheet on the surface, which help if painting or staining around the edges. Note: if you have to cut one these the plastic adhered to the top surface may make the cut look jagged, it did for me on some of the saws I used, but not on my band saw. I built a 30" x 19" raised backsplash placing it behind a slide in range and building and painting a frame around it as a transition with the remaining backsplash it mated up well with the stainless range highlighting that appliance with a clean crisp look while allowing the remainder of the countertop to accentuate the uniqueness of my wife’s kitchen arrangement.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Need better recommendations on how to cut the tiles. ... Need better recommendations on how to cut the tiles. I was successful but cutting with a box cutter knife is hard work. Finished work looks great.
Date published: 2017-04-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice tiles My only qualm is that they are pretty hard to cut. The inside rubber is the inhibitor. Nonetheless, we did it and they look very nice.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from "Perfect"! The installation of these Metal Decorative Tile Backsplash was easier than I though and the result was great! I highly recommend it !
Date published: 2017-04-11
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