sq. ft.

Select from the Following Options for Pricing:
(Main Image Will Reflect Your Color Choice)

Clear Selections
Calculate Total Material Needed
Material Area Coverage (sq. ft.)



  • A 10% Quantity Overage is Recommended to Account for Waste
    (calculator does not include this)

<><><> WHY BUY FROM TILTON? <><><>

Ships in Just 2 Weeks from Date of Order


You Have Any Questions About this Product
You Don't See the Options You Need or Want
You Need Help Placing Your Order

Jason Tilton of Tilton Coffered CeilingsJason Tilton
President & Inventor 
[email protected]

SKU: TCC-MDF-FJ Category:


FREE SHIPPING! Our Interlocking 3D Faux Brick Panels are a user friendly and economically savvy alternative to real hand-laid brick or brick veneers.

These thin and lightweight panels are available with a factory applied, industrial grade, peel-and-stick tape for a Quick & Easy installation that’ll bring beauty, style and dimension to your home or business!

CNC machined from premium-grade Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) to precise tolerances, each panel is then pre-finished using a hyper-realistic, proprietary process that looks and feels just like real brick!


About 65 to 70 percent of a tree can be used for solid lumber, but what about the rest? In the past the answer was simple: It was burned or dumped into landfills. Today more than 95 percent of a harvested tree can be put to good use thanks in great part to the increased use of engineered wood products. Among these, Medium Density Fiberboard, or “MDF” for short, has enjoyed remarkable success over recent years.

MDF is typically made from sawdust, planer shavings and other wood waste that remains after a tree is milled into lumber. The wood waste is then cleaned and mechanically refined in a process that reduces it into fine, uniform fibers. Excess moisture is removed and an adhesive resin is added to hold the fibers together. This mix is then formed into a long, thick, homogeneous mat, which is compressed under intense heat and pressure. The resulting MDF panel is sanded to a fine, even smoothness, and cut to various sizes. Computer-controlled sensors monitor the entire manufacturing process to measure slight variations that even the human eye cannot detect. Finished panels are tested for uniformity, strength and other structural soundness.

Like other engineered wood products, MDF has a distinctively flat, smooth and dense surface that holds paint well, making it ideal for paint-grade planks. It doesn’t move like solid wood, so joints stay tight and paint doesn’t crack, but the glory of MDF is in its uniformity; it can be machined into every conceivable shape to create various architectural details from balusters to moldings. Unlike solid wood, MDF has no knots, grain and will not cup or warp. While solid wood is better suited to structural applications such as floor joists and wall studs, MDF is a more cost effective material choice so it’s well suited for interior moldings, millwork, cabinetry and of course, our Ceiling & Wall Panels.

Save & Share Cart
Back Save & Share Cart
Enter the required info below and click the "Share Cart" button to have us review your cart and/or verify the best current shipping rate for your Beam or Plank order.
Your Cart Has Been Successfully Shared!