Color Spotlight: Earth Day Edition
In case you haven’t heard, we love the earth. And in honor of Earth Day, what better way to celebrate our planet than highlighting the rustic hues that run through California’s mesmerizing desert landscape (and origins of its rich ceramic tradition). Warm tones of sunset pink, terra cotta, and shadowy stone course through this poetic backdrop. And while we can’t bring the desert to you, you can still bring the colors that inspire us home.
Reminiscent of fiery sunrises and blushing sunsets, this warm pink hue brings a playful yet cozy atmosphere to any space.
A two-toned tile floor pairing pink with terra cotta pairs retro hues with contemporary shapes.
A herringbone floor adds rustic dimension to this serene corridor.
This pink looks beautiful paired with patterns blending cool and warm tones.
Literally translated as “baked earth,” terra cotta couldn’t be more apropos to this post. This ancient building material’s recognizable burnt red and orange hue is captured in our Antique glaze.
This vintage craftsman fireplace features a warm terra cotta-inspired facade, lending handsome character to this eclectic living room.
Hexagon floor tile in a lighter terra cotta shade harkens back to this California bungalow’s architectural roots.
Reflective of the cool stones that lay beneath the surface and the dramatic shadows cast by rock formations, this gray hue offers a cooler counterpart to the desert’s warm tones.
Organic-inspired decor feels all the more artful against a painted black exposed brick wall.
Gray doesn’t have to so stone-faced--pair it with a playful shape like Ogee Drop to give it a sense of whimsy.