If you’re looking to perform a home remodel, consider using metal ceiling tiles as one of the decorative methods. Metal ceiling tiles are appealing because of the versatility they provide. One way that you can use them tiles is by mixing and matching metal tiles in various patterns or colors.
This article will provide an overview of things to consider when mixing and matching metal tiles during your remodel. We’ll also provide you with examples of how you can incorporate these themes into your renovation.
Why Is Mixing And Matching Important?
Mixing and matching is one of the most underrated interior design trends, but it is also one of the most important. We’ve heard from many customers who are fearful of mixing and matching because they believe that they’ll end up creating chaos and detracting from an otherwise polished room. However, mixing and matching actually helps pull a room together, creating a cohesive space.
Mixing and matching in a room is important because it provides contrast. This makes a room significantly more exciting and appealing. When entering a room, we naturally find ourselves attracted to areas that allow our eyes to analyze multiple elements. A room with a single, consistent color or pattern would be incredibly dull.
Additionally, you should only consider mixing and matching if you have adequate neutral colors in the room. If you opt for a room that is covered entirely in vivid patterns or wild colors, trying to add mix and match themes will prove to be too overwhelming. So, make sure that you use neutral colors, such as:
We recommend that you don’t use more than four different patterns in a room. When browsing our website, try to limit yourself to a few of your favorite options. Also, remember that you can order tiles from our website as samples. Feel free to request a couple of your favorite colors or patterns to see how they fit in your home. Curious about the best ways to mix and match metal ceiling tiles in your home? Below you’ll see some of our favorite examples on mixing and matching metal tiles.
Alternating Wall Art
Although “metal ceiling tiles” may lead you to believe that these materials are only useful on ceilings, this is not the case. One of our favorite ways to use the tiles is as decorative wall art, primarily because of the options this method provides. Homeowners can use one tile on various walls. They could arrange multiple tiles in a row. Or, they could attach the tiles to the wall sporadically. Wall art is a simple fix to help eat up dead space in any room.
If you’re looking to mix and match patterns, try picking one shape. For instance, consider Tile #115, Framed Gallery, Tile #128, Peened Frame, and Tile #106, Eccentric Mirror. You could also mix and match by color. Consider working with something like our Key West Color and our Rustic Copper Color.
No longer are the days that your kitchen backsplash must be boring and uninviting. Metal ceiling tiles are an excellent choice as a backsplash because they are easy to keep clean and resistant to stains. Adding a few accent tiles to serve as your backsplash can also help draw out your metal tile ceiling.
Add character to your kitchen backsplash by incorporating our North Carolina color and Virginia Color. You could also think about implementing various patterns, such as Tile #101 Classic Four and Tile #114 Mediterranean Pebble.
Use Metal Ceiling Tiles On Furniture
Another way that you can mix and match throughout a room is by adding single metal ceiling tiles to furniture. It’s easy to accomplish this project in a weekend, as it requires you to remove the back paneling on a piece of furniture and replace it with the tile.
However, it’s a cost-effective solution to give any room a facelift. If you are not ready to undergo an extensive remodel or purchase an expensive furniture set, try breathing life into your existing set with tin tiles.
You can do this project practically anywhere. We’ve heard from customers who have replaced the paneling in their fixed hamper and the paneling in their kitchen cabinets. Consider alternating between Tile #127 Parisian Floral and Tile #130 Sixteen Flowers.