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Color Spotlight: Adriatic Sea

By Lindsey

Color Spotlight: Adriatic Sea

Tile Shown: 4 x 4 field tile in Sea // Design: Yumi Interiors 

Looking to add a daring pop of color to your space? Then drop into one of our boldest blues-- Adriatic Sea. 

Tile Shown: 3 x 6 field tile in Adriatic Sea // Design: Karen Kreidich (owner) and John Kreidich Jr. AIA, Architect // Photography: Pratt and Kreidrich 

Glassy in finish, but ceramic in body, Adriatic Sea's color variation gives dimension to this otherwise white space. 

Pro Tip: Being a handmade product, variation is to be expected, but not always guaranteed. Adriatic Sea is a higher variation glaze (V3). We typically see color highs, lows, or a mix of both along with glaze pooling and loose crazing (aka crackle). This article shows a nice range of what to expect if you choose the Adriatic Sea glaze. 

Tile Shown: Sea 3 x 6 field tile with Bullnosed Short Edge (Yup! We offer Trim too!) 

If you're looking for a tropical spin on Mid Century design, try 2 x 8 Adriatic Sea set in a Straight Stack pattern: 

Tile Shown: 2 x 8 field tile in Adriatic Sea 

Or if Transitional style is more your thing, try a classic look but in an unexpected color: 

Tile Shown: 3 x 6 field tile in Adriatic Sea, mosaic 2" hexagons in White Wash and Navy Blue, 1 x 6 round liner trim in Adriatic Sea // Design: Bright Bazaar 

This moody space adds drama to the floor and ceiling with patterned wallpaper and our 2 x 8 Adriatic Sea set in herringbone: 

Tile shown: 2 x 8 field tile in Adriatic Sea set in herringbone // Design: Benni Amadi Interiors and Courtney Springer Interiors // Photography: Christopher Stark Photography  

If you're looking for more Blue Inspiration, head over to our Pinterest board dedicated to all things Blue

Tile Shown: 2 x 6 field tile in Adriatic Sea // Design: Casework

Something fishy? This Columbus poke spot goes for a two-tone look in a blend of Daisy and White Wash Ogee Drops anchored by Adriatic Sea Ogee Drops: 

Tile shown: Ogee Drop specialty shape blend in White Wash and Daisy, and Adriatic Sea // Design: Black Ink // Photography: Benny Ho

Who wouldn't want to hang ten with floors like these? Surf's up! 

Tile shown: Mini Star and Cross specialty shapes in Adriatic Sea // Design: Justina Blakeney

Pro Tip: If you're going with a gloss finish glaze like Adriatic Sea on the floor, be conscious about the tile size you choose. We recommend going with shapes and sizes no bigger than your foot. We also love the look of larger grout spacing, like the Mini Stars and Crosses directly above! 

Crushing on Adriatic Sea as much as we are? CLICK HERE to shop more of this color! Need some help? Simply call, chat, or fill out our Design Assistance Form and one of our talented Design Consultants will get back to you shortly.

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