When browsing the tile offerings on Metal Ceiling Express, you’ll quickly discover that there are hundreds of offerings to choose from. These tiles vary in texture, patterns, design, colors, and finishes. Fortunately, with so many options you should easily be able to find the perfect metal ceiling tile pattern. But how can you go about doing so?
Understand Your Anticipated Design
Whether you are remodeling a room or building for the first time, one of the easiest ways to choose metal ceiling tile patterns is by having an understanding of your vision for the room. The worst thing that you could do is choose a metal ceiling tile pattern that clashes completely with the intended theme and ambiance of a room.
Having a vision for the room will help you narrow down your pattern choices. For example, a more antique look could implement tile patterns like our Victorian Mirror Design, Pattern #110. However, a more modern design, such as one used for a backsplash in a kitchen, could implement the Sixteen Mini Squares Design, Pattern #120.
Plan Before Purchasing
Two other factors that will help you choose a metal ceiling tile design are the project size and budget. Before considering which pattern to choose, you should measure the space where you’re looking to hang the metal ceiling tiles. Some tiles fit into spaces better than others, so knowing how much space you’re working with could end up narrowing down a few tile options.
Similarly, you should know your budget for the project. While metal ceiling tiles tend to be very affordable, the prices do range based on various patterns and finishes. The worst thing that could happen is for you to fall in love with a tile design, order samples and realize they are the perfect fit, only to discover that they are outside of your budget once you go to order them. Not only will you feel deflated, but you’ll end up having to start the process all over again.
Colors Are Important
Metal ceiling tiles can be painted if you have leftover paint from your project. If you do not, you will have to browse and find a color pattern that blends with the rest of the room.