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Wall Panel - Diamond Plate in Chrome

Fasade Diamond Plate in Chrome Wall Panels work perfectly for all your home decor projects. The faux-tin wall panels feature simple, DIY installation. 4'x8' sheet covers 32 square feet.
SKU: S6605
How Many Do I Need?

This style replicates the iconic diamond plate design. Perfect for garages and commercial applications. Chrome is a classic finish that coordinates beautifully with a wide variety of styles and types of décor. Its vibrant reflectivity provides an elegant note.

Fasade wall panels add character and drama to any décor. Available in flexible 4’ x 8’ sheets, they are easy to handle and simple to install, without the challenges of metal, including corrosion.

  • Available in Traditional, Modern and Industrial styles
  • Durable and attractive
  • A variety of styles and finishes at a fraction of the price of designer panels
Products specifications
Edge Type Butt Up
Fire Rating Class A
Length 96"
Material Faux Metal
Size 4' x 8'
Square Feet 32
Temperature Rating Up to 140 Degrees
Width 48"
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How Many Square Feet of Backsplash Do You Need?

To determine the square feet of backsplash that you will need for your project, you will need to use a tape measure and find the dimensions (height and width) of the area you plan to cover. Most areas are not a single height or width, but can be broken up into separate areas. In the example below we have three areas to be covered by new backsplash. The instructions shown below - Backsplash Square Feet Planning - can also be downloaded (pdf) and printed.

For all trims, just measure the length of the panel's edge or corner to be covered and purchase enough to cover.