Capture turn-of-the-century ambiance with authentic reproductions of decorative metal ceilings. The intricate designs of the Metallaire™ ceiling tiles are re-creations of vintage tin ceiling patterns. Botanical motifs, scroll work, beading, and other decorative flourishes embossed on real metal panels become a richly textured and enticing focal point in a room. As the eye is swept up by this striking visual element, the sense of depth expands, and the room feels more open. Metallaire panels are available in 2 sizes, 12 patterns and 5 finishes.
The finish options include lacquered steel, chrome, brass, white and copper and are available in a variety of patterns. The metallic finish creates a reflective glow that opens up a space, making it feel larger and full of energy. Vibrant metal ceiling tiles work with any design style, from rustic cabin chic to the most elegant dining room. One of the more popular finishes is copper. Copper enhances most decorating schemes with its rich, earthy patina and warm undertones. The color of copper itself adds a sophisticated flair that captures attention in any room.
Panels are available in two sizes: 2’ x 2’ suspended (drop) ceiling panels and 2’x4’ nail-up (surface mount) panels. Coordinating grid kits are available for the 2’x2’ panels, and coordinating cone head nails are available to install the 2’x4’ panels. Filler panels are also available in both sizes and all 5 finishes, to use around the perimeter of a room when less than full panels are needed. Cornices are available in all 5 finishes and 6 patterns to finish off the look of your 2’x4’ surface mount ceiling.
Metallaire™ ceiling tiles are not only beautiful in detail and form, but functional as well when used as a backsplash or on an entire wall. 18 1/2” x 48 1/2” stainless steelbacksplash panels are available, which are the best option for a backsplash, as this material is naturally resistant to rust and panels are sized appropriately for typical applications. The 2’x4’ panels can also be used as accent wall panels or possibly as a backsplash, in certain applications.
For photos, visit our metal ceiling design gallery.
You can view a video on Metallaire Ceilings here.