Ceiling tiles are some of the most exciting, sleek, and stunning decorative products out there for interior decorators and home decor enthusiasts alike. There are so many different styles to play around with and so many aesthetic choices to make.
For those of you unfamiliar, let’s debrief. What exactly are ceiling tiles?
Ceiling Tiles 101
Ceiling tiles are essentially light panels used to cover ceilings. When an aluminum grid is installed over a ceiling’s foundation specifically for housing ceiling tiles, they can also provide some thermal insulation while drastically changing the aesthetics and acoustics of the room.
Compatible Surfaces with Ceiling Tiles
Here is a list of some surfaces that may be compatible with ceiling tiles:
- Concrete surfaces
- Plywood surfaces
- Suspended Ceilings or Grid Systems
Styles of Ceiling Tiles Available For Purchase
So, you’re in the process of decorating your home but you’re not quite sure what style of ceiling tile you should go for. Luckily, there’s a lot to choose from. Here are just a few:
- Greek Revival
- Traditional Celtic
- Traditional Roman
- Traditional Tudor
The tiles themselves can be as affordable as under $15 but depending on the style and make they can also range to over $200.
What Colors of Ceiling Tile are Available?
The color possibilities are endless. There’s something to go with every room in every home. Here are a few of what we have available:
- Antique Bronze
- Antique Copper
- Green Patina Over Copper Paint
- Hunter Green
- Iron Oxide Patina
- Olympic Gold
- Warm Silver
What Are The Tiles Made Of?
Glue Up is pretty self-explanatory. These tiles have to be sealed with a specific brand of glue to stick on properly.
Drop-In is a tad more complex because it requires a previously installed grid but, once the grid is in place, the process isn’t too difficult.
Most of these tiles allow you to choose the method that works best for you and your home, which is another bonus.
Here are some of the ceiling tiles making waves right now — some of the most intricately designed and best priced. Take a peek!
Priced at $59.00 per tile, this traditional ceiling tile would look gorgeous in any home. The tiles are 23 3/4" by 23 3/4”, weigh six ounces each, and cover four square feet. This specific look is made of PVC and the color palette is Antique Bronze, Olympic Gold, and Brass. It’s compatible on most surfaces: drywall, plaster, concrete, plywood, suspended ceilings, and grid systems.
Note that the pricing changes based on whether you’re using them for interior or exterior settings. If you’re purchasing these tiles for an outdoor setting, a sealer coat should be applied. The cost is usually $5.00 per tile.
This is another one of our more traditional models that’s also one of our most popular. These tiles have the same dimensions as the previous example only the color palette is now Brass, Warm Silver, and Hunter Green. These tiles are praised by customers for their appearance and likeness to the photographs. What you see is pretty close to what you get.
This is another jaw-dropping design available for pre-order. These tiles also measure 23 3/4" by 23 3/4” and weigh 6 ounces. Theyare made with PVC and compatible with drywall, plaster, concrete, plywood, suspended ceilings, and grid systems.
If you’re looking for something a little more Victorian and, dare I say dated, this tile is a great choice. They cover four square feet and measure 23 3/4" by 23 3/4”. There is no choice for the installation method here - glue-up is the only option, which is important to note.
These tiles are priced between $69.00 and $79.00, depending on the style and make.
These beautiful ceiling tiles are styled with Mediterranean impulses and impressions. The tiles cover four square feet and weigh 9.2 ounces. They are made with PVC with a faux patina finish and are colored by iron oxide patina and green patina over copper paint. The Odyssey Shield IV is also compatible with most surfaces, including drywall, plaster, concrete, plywood, suspended ceilings, and grid systems.
The Shield also allows you to choose a Finish Sheen, between Low Luster and Gloss. This tile is also compatible with both indoor and outdoor settings with an additional cost for outdoor sealant.
These unique hand-painted ceiling tiles truly make or break a room’s aesthetic. The designs and patterns are seemingly endless, and the highly-rated, high-quality products can really transform your space.