Color Spotlight: Fresh as a Daisy
If you think Daisy is just any old white tile, think again. With a matte finish and handcrafted color variation, there's more to Daisy than meets the eye. If you're looking for a fresh, goes-with-anything look with subtle yet undeniable personality, Daisy is the white tile you've been waiting for.
Daisy's matte glaze lends a modern finish to your space. This kitchen's straight set tile backsplash offers a contemporary contrast to the darker and classic cabinetry. We also love how the tile's grout lines aren't perfect, adding to the kitchen's rustic look.
To see the difference that matte tile like Daisy can make, compare it to glossy tiles like White Gloss (shown above). The tile's shine can feel a little more classic and polished, while a matte tile like Daisy offers a much softer and contemporary look.
This kitchen wall and island features a timeless offset arrangement in a bright matte white. Contemporary details like matte finishes, different-colored barstools, concrete floors, and lush greens contribute to a thoughtfully laid-back atmosphere.
If you have a Handpainted design you love but not sure what color to commit to, consider using Daisy for the entire design. Its color variation adds subtle depth that adds to our Handpainted tile's artisanal aesthetic. Our Color-It! Tool even lets you customize your Handpainted Tile's dryline so you can go graphic with black or keep it bright with white.
Hexagon floor tile is a timeless design solution for the bathroom. Smaller tiles also add extra traction to shower floors. If you love the look of Daisy but want to add a little more variety to your bathroom floor, opting for different sizes of the same pattern can help to designate separate areas without interrupting the flow of the design.
Founder Paul Burns' bathroom shower does the same thing with white bathroom floor tile here--he chose our regular Star & Cross pattern in Daisy for the bathroom floor, while opting for Mini Star & Cross for the shower. The pattern also accentuates Daisy's color variation, lending an almost marbleed look underfoot.