Posted by Milan Jara
17 March, 2012

Paint the Town Green for St. Patrick’s Day with Painted Decorative Ceiling Tiles

Everybody and everything is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. Now you and your ceilings can join in the annual celebration with hand-painted green decorative tin and styrofoam ceiling tiles—just surprise the customers of your Irish restaurant, inn, pub, or tavern with an all-green theme, even including the ceiling.

Shades of Ireland

There is a reason that Ireland is known as the Emerald Isle. The frequent rainfall leaves this beautiful and historic island shrouded in mist, giving it the ability to grow lush vegetation, lending the island a sparking, verdant brightness and making this beautiful color a symbol of the country all over the world.
Classic Butterfly Needlepoint Ceiling Tile in Honeydew
On St. Patrick’s Day, millions of people wear the color green in honor of the country’s patron saint who, legend says, drove the snakes from the island.
R 140 Forest Magic Hand-painted Foam Tile in Copper Patina

Now, just in time for this year’s celebration, you can choose from several choices of hand-painted decorative ceiling tiles from all portions of the green pallet for the ceilings of your home or business.

Tin Shades

Our hand-painted green tin tiles include the shades of green from bright to subdued such as emerald, honeydew, lemongrass, aqua green, and peridot.

Copper and Bronze

Our copper patina colored hand-painted foam tiles reproduce the rich green and golden hues of aged metal, such as the ancient bronze statues that can be found in museums all over Greece and Italy that house these magnificent antiquities.

Do It Yourself

Of course, if we don’t have the exact shade that you’re looking for, you can paint our white styrofoam tiles with any water-based paint, such as acrylic, with the color of your own choosing.

Erin Go Bragh

You don’t have to be a leprechaun to find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. The color green is a perfect accompaniment to golden and rich dark brown wood paneling and furniture. And don’t forget the shamrocks and shillelaghs!

Of course, you don’t have to remove these beautifully colored tiles after St. Patrick’s Day. From spring leaves through summer grass through winter evergreen, the green colors of these gorgeous tiles will match your decor perfectly any time of year!

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