By knowing what to look for in the tiles, you’ll be able to create a ceiling that enhances the inherent beauty in your space.
Below, we showcase the most popular metal ceiling panel patterns and discuss whether they would be the right fit for your situation!
Crazy for Medallions
Do you have light fixtures, a ceiling fan, or any other decorative elements in your ceiling? If so, you can reflect these decorative elements and complement them with a metal ceiling tile that showcases extravagance and draws attention to these fixtures. For example, consider our pattern #126 for a classic medallion look!
Many designs from Metal Ceiling Express, such as pattern #109, Gothic Medallion, or pattern #108, Oak Leaf, embody simple elegance. There’s a reason that the ancient Olympians used leaves to craft their crowns. The wreath designs on these metal ceiling tiles hint toward that rich, acanthus leaf history.
In the opposite direction of classic elegance, tiles such as pattern #113, Peened Craftsman, embrace a more modern look. The bold designs, lines, and simplistic elements create an “art deco” look for your ceiling.
Grace And Movement
Are you looking to add an American look to your ceiling or backsplash? Tiles such as pattern #119, Classic Mini Diamonds, or pattern #131, Sixteen Diamonds, embody symmetrical patterns such as repeated squares and triangles. These create movement in your aesthetic design and create an exquisite appearance in any context.
Of course, metal ceiling tiles are most popularly used to create a classic, vintage look. However, suppose you’re looking to make your home or business appear more elegant through the use of Victorian motifs, then a design such as pattern #110. In that case, Victorian Mirror could suit your tastes.
The Classic Square
Sometimes there isn’t anything that can top good ole’ fashioned simplicity. For example, a metal ceiling tile composed of repeating squares, such as #101, Classic Four Square, or pattern #120, Sixteen Mini Squares, is one of the easiest ways to add beauty and celebrate an American landmark in the process – Times Square!
Metal ceiling tiles are an excellent opportunity to show off craftsmanship and great design. For example, the extra embellishments in pattern #102, Fleur De Lis, or #104, Elegant Clover, showcase the beautiful elegance that metal ceiling tiles can create.
On the other hand, the subtle beauty of tiles like pattern #115, Framed Gallery, or pattern #118, Classic Four Diamond, is a refreshing way to add exquisiteness and refined texture to any space without overwhelming it with vintage design.
Since there are no “rules” in metal ceiling tile design, it’s possible to mix-and-match tiles as long as they share similar pattern elements and shapes.
Plain and Simple
There you have it, a quick summary of our most popular metal ceiling panel patterns!