Veined colors, like on veined rocks, are especially beautiful.
If you’ve ever seen a veined rock in real life, you know there’s a special beauty to it. Even if the vein doesn’t contain a valuable ore or metal, there’s something about the way the colors in the stone intertwine without truly blending into one another. But while a veined stone may make an excellent decoration or paperweight, it can’t give you the feeling of being inside an active mine – not like how a veined metal ceiling can.
Metal Ceiling Tile Patterns
Unlike most dual-colored tiles, veined metal tiles don’t combine the colors in a way that makes it look like one color is rubbing off of the other. Instead, the two colors are twined together in a way that adds some heavy-duty texture to the tile. From a distance, it may appear as if the metal of the tile is cracking and flaking away with age, but up close it becomes clear that the metal and its backing shade are inextricably combined like veins of precious metal stuck deep in the heart of underground rock.
Even without the connection to rock formations, there’s something naturally alluring about a complex, random pattern, the same sort of effect that made Jackson Pollock a famous artist. When you stare at a random pattern long enough for your eyes to relax, you’ll start to pick up images hidden between splashes of color, images you never knew existed before and which will disappear forever as soon as you stop concentrating. And while other color styles may have their own elegance, only the veined finishes can provide this kind of an experience.
Metal Ceiling Tile Vein Colors
At Metal Ceiling Express, you can find veined metal tiles in several different shades: gold on black, copper on gold, penny on red, and silver on black. And not only do you get four very different shades to choose from, but each color also comes with 37 different options for the tile pattern, patterns like basic squares, diamonds, floral designs, and clovers. These patterns draw inspiration from design schools including Victorian, Gothic arabesque, Baroque, Barbary Coast, and Contemporary, so no matter what look you may be going for, you’ll find a tile pattern that fits your motif.
Metal tiles make an excellent addition to any room in any home or business thanks to a variety of reasons, including health, beauty, and cost. But while any color tile would be an improvement over blank white plaster or mineral fiber tiles, there’s nothing quite like the elegance and mystique of a metal ceiling tile vein colors!