Metal Tile / September 13, 2018 / FifineAsselin
They come in various styles molds and colors. This versatility is highly sought after by leading interior designers. Metal wall tiles are excellent accents or primary centerpieces in any environment. However knowing what styles and types to pick can be time intensive. To help us with our designing dilemma Lets look at copper metal tile. As early as 6000 B.C. copper was used for making beautiful jewelry worn by Egyptian pharos and was considered a precious metal. Once the Egyptians learned how to hammer native copper into sheets they made tools for building and ornaments like copper tile to adorn the buildings they made. Copper tiles were chosen for beautifying Egyptians buildings because of the resistant qualities copper has to deep corrosion in that it will not rust.
Choosing the color and design of a metal tile requires an aesthetic taste and you need to consider several other aspects of your home décor like the color of the flooring and walls. Many people are also opting for metal tiles for their roofing. If you cannot afford slate clay tiles or expensive wood; metal tiles provide a reasonably priced option. Although it works out costlier than asphalt a metal tiled roof is more economical in the long run. An asphalt roof is expected to last a maximum of thirty years without any problems whereas metal roofing usually carries a warranty for at least fifty years. The metal roof is very durable and has a high resistance to extreme weather conditions.
In damp air copper tiles turns from a reddish-orange to a reddish-brown color. Today we find examples of aged copper on homes with copper rain gutters or copper awnings. These copper accents beautify and add uniqueness to the home giving the home owner creative standing over other homes in the neighborhood. Current trends have taken copper to new places in our own personal Egyptian palace we call home. Decorative hand-carved copper tiles are finding their way into elegant tile designs as center pieces to larger ceramic tile patterns. Entryway tiled floors kitchen backsplashes bathroom tiled floors tiled bathtubs fireplace mantles and other tile covered surfaces are being beautified by homeowners with copper tiles.