The name “metal ceiling tiles” can be quite deceptive. These tin tiles are actually very beautiful and come in a wide array of designs, patterns, and color. Because of the beauty they offer, they should not be limited to ceilings. Metal ceiling tiles can in-fact be used for many designs. Believe it or not, one of the places they are can work really well is your bedroom.
Here is a look at 8 different metal ceiling tile design ideas for your bedroom:
- Artwork – If you’ve found a couple tin tiles that you’ve fallen in love with, consider hanging them as artwork in your bedroom. They are not aggressive or loud, and will not pull away from the peaceful and serene setting that you’re attempting to create in your bedroom. You can mix and match patterns, colors and finishes to create virtually any type of look. From vintage looks to modern, from geometric to floral, from coppers to reds, you can let your imagination run free!
- The Headboard – Your bed will instantly undergo a transformation when you choose to install metal ceiling tiles. You can choose one style of ceiling tile or mix and match to create a unique appearance that you are satisfied to fall asleep under each night. These tiles are incredibly easy to install into the wall or your existing headboard. The project is easy enough to complete in a weekend, instantly giving you a more mature and authentic look in your bedroom. After you have chosen and installed your tiles, add a matching piece of crown molding to help tie the project together.
- Dressers and Wardrobes – Tin ceiling tiles can be tied into any piece of furniture in a bedroom. If your furniture does not match the overall theme of your room, you can instantly do so by installing metal tiles on any doors or dresser-fronts. Ugly pieces of furniture can instantly receive vintage charm.
- Bulletin Boards – Many kids’ bedrooms contain bulletin boards where they can place a calendar and important reminders about homework and other important family happenings. Using a metal ceiling tile as a bulletin board can allow your child to express individuality much more so than a standard cork bulletin board would. If you’re looking for a fun parent/child bonding project, take a weekend and help your child paint their new bulletin board. Allow them to go crazy and express themselves – it’s going in their room, after all! As they grow older, they’ll be able to easily paint over the existing design and update it as their interests change. Metal ceiling tiles also make for a great bulletin board option because they are versatile and can easily be relocated.
- Backsplashes Around the Vanity – Metal ceiling tiles are easy to clean, typically requiring a simple wipe down with a damp rag. The vanity is a place that is prone to becoming dirty and marked up with makeup, lipstick, and similar products. Prevent ugly scarring on the walls around your vanity by installing metal ceiling tiles. Not only will the tin tiles serve a practical purpose, but they’ll give character to a vital part of the room.
- Spruce Up Your Mirrors – If you have mirrors in your bedroom, they should not stick out as an awkward sore thumb. You can instantly give your mirrors a lift by creating a frame of metal ceiling tiles. A boring mirror will immediately become a beautiful focal point of your room.
- The Walls – Metal ceiling tiles can be hung on your wall in lieu of painting or wallpapering. They also take significantly less time to install than the previous two options, making them the perfect way to instantly revitalize a bedroom. They are very durable and are resistant to scratching and dings, making them the ideal choice for a child’s bedroom. Perhaps most importantly, when properly dampened, they reduce sound. If your son is the next great guitarist or your daughter is the next American Idol, dampened metal ceiling tiles can serve as a cheap natural sound-proofer.
- The Ceiling – Of course, metal ceiling tiles can be used on the ceiling! Metal ceiling tiles are verydurable, meaning that a weekend of hanging them can eliminate the need for you to repaint your ceiling a few years down the road. There are many different types of types available, and you can paint over any tile that you find to perfectly match the rest of the bedroom. Whether you are going for an antique feel or modern fail, hanging metal tiles on your ceiling can help you achieve your goal.