About Metal Ceiling Decor
When you walk into a room, how many walls do you see? If you’re like most people, your eyes are drawn to the four vertical walls and the floor, for a total of five. Unfortunately, you probably don’t notice the sixth wall, because it’s often just an off-white space that seems to get lost in the rest of the room’s decor. Many homeowners consider ceiling treatment to be installing a light fixture or perhaps a ceiling fan, but there’s an inexpensive DIY-friendly option for turning your ceilings into the most dramatic walls in your home—metal ceiling tiles.
You may have seen pictures of metal ceiling tiles in magazine articles about beautiful old Victorian homes, but there’s a pretty good chance you’ve never been in a home that actually had them on display. That’s because up until recently, they were usually available from small boutique vendors that only high-end interior decorators were familiar with or through retailers who specialized in restoration and antique building supplies.
That all changed when Decorative Ceiling Tiles began offering a complete line of metal tiles that look just like the originals but can fit just about any budget and are easy to install. The same type of metal ceiling tiles that used to be available to just a privileged few can now be used to give any room in your home a warm and unique appearance.
Metal Ceiling Décor Styles
While the metal ceiling tiles used in older homes normally had a period or classic design, Decorative Ceiling Tiles has expanded the playing field and offers styles to complement just about any interior décor. Here are a few styles of metal ceiling tiles for you to consider:
Classic Tin Ceiling Tiles – If you want your room to have a period look, these classic real tin ceiling tiles can be an excellent choice. The category includes iconic patterns such as
Romanesque, Queen Victoria & Old Farmhouse.
While many people associate metal ceiling tiles with residential use, all of our tiles can be used to dress up commercial buildings, professional offices, and retail spaces where an attractive interior décor has been shown to increase business and customer satisfaction.