Blue and White Tile Always Get It Right
From Europe to Asia to the Americas, blue and white has been a part of ceramic traditions around the world. This classic color combo isn’t any less alluring today. Whether it’s decor, textiles, or tiles, you really can’t go wrong with blue and white. Today, we’ll show you all the ways blue and white tile gets it right.
Blue and White by Hand
Living rooms, bathrooms, and even stairs get a step up with handpainted blue and white tile, reminiscent of iconic delft designs.
Handpainted blue and white tiles don’t have to be elaborate. Today’s tiles feature bold graphic patterns that look especially good as floor tile.
Much like blue and white, stripes will never go out of style. This striped chevron floor tile feels both exotic and modern adds fresh flair poolside, making waves with every stride. Our glazed thin Brick's rustic surface texture can also add a vintage-inspired element.
Bold diagonal striping on this bar's blue and white herringbone tile makes this bright and breezy watering hole all the more alluring.
It just takes two different colors to make a stripe. This blue and white tile's dramatic color blocking echos the sparse environment around it, transforming this building into an abstract work of art. We also love the size contrast of rectangular blue tile and square white tile.
What's blue, white, and eye-catching all over? This triangle tile mosaic, for one. Adding a tame neutral like gray can help to subdue the boldness of a mosaic. Even the most contemporary patterns feel subtly classic with a blue and white palette.
Jenn Pinkston's slate blue hexagon tile floor steals the spotlight, but it couldn't do it without a white tile wainscotting to anchor the space.
Last but not least, floor triangle tile features a surprising pop of teal--because at the end of the day we'll always be obsessed with color.