We're in love with our deep charcoal gray, Wrought Iron. This dramatic but natural hue is one of our favorite go-to tones for those looking to create a sense of urban sophistication. Wrought Iron plays the role of a neutral backdrop with just enough brown in it to go with any color, but it can also be used as the dominant color in a space that features natural wood tones, stone, and metals finishes.
In the kitchen below the gray subway tile wall ties stainless appliances, four shades of natural wood, and concrete counter tops together seamlessly, creating a sense of cohesion in the space.
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Dark gray tiles similar to Wrought Iron and a charcoal counter top become a neutral backdrop for crisp, white cabinets in the kitchen below. A thin liner adds a chic architectural detail, and a white grout line becomes a common denominator.
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Tile color shown: Wrought Iron
Go vertical for a fresh take on traditional 3 x 6 subway tile. Whether it is playful, laid-back, polished, modern, or traditional, the pattern you choose is the finishing touch to your tile installation.
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In this rustic, industrial style kitchen the stacked 3 x 9 tiles create order and modern refinement, adding just the right a note of structure.
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The 1/2 offset pattern in a rich gray creates a Mid Century modern architectural statement in the shower below.
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Echoing the veins of Marone Toscano marble found in northernmost Tuscany, this grey pairs well with all natural stones tinged with a hint of brown.
Various brass or gold elements become dramatic focal points when hung on a rich warm, gray tile like Wrought Iron.
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