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Color Spotlight: Get Matte White with Calcite

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Color Spotlight: Get Matte White with Calcite

Fireclay Tile Inspiration Gallery: Light Lab's Triangle Kitchen Island Paradise

Tile Shown: 6" Triangles in Calcite

Now’s the perfect time to think about a refresh, and what better way to reset your palette than with white? With its matte finish and bright shade, Calcite gives white a contemporary twist that’s sure to be a breath of fresh air in any space. There are countless ways to work with Calcite--today, we’re showing you three of our favorites.

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Tile Shown: 6" Hexagons in Calcite

White tile in geometric shapes are seamless way to incorporate pattern into your interior design. We’re seeing a lot of plays on the classic hexagon tile, such as oversized proportions like the backsplash above.

Image: Houzz

Tile Shown: Kite in Calcite

Our Picket TIle can also be arranged into a large hexagon pattern, transforming the grout lines into an impactful design element on their own.

Image: Space Craft Joinery

Tile Shown: Elongated Diamond in Calcite

If you’re a fan of the midcentury style, consider using Elongated Diamond Tile and arranging them into Escher-inspired hexagons for a new take on this design throwback.

Calcite is more than just a blank slate--its matte finish lends itself to a modern look, giving even our most timeless designs a fresh perspective.

Image: Coastal Style



Image: One Kings Lane

Tile Shown: 2x6 in Calcite

Never underestimate rectangles. Despite their classic shape, white rectangle tile has undeniable staying power that can outlast any season and trend. Calcite can help to get a chic matte finish that allows other design elements in your space to shine through.

Image: Paper & Stitch

Rectangles can also be arranged beyond the typical offset or straight set pattern. A diagonal herringbone pattern feels both dynamic and familiar, energizing even the most minimalist of spaces.

Image: Toby Scott

At the end of the day, you can never go wrong with white subway tile. This kitchen curates a variety of textures against a clean palette, its matte white backsplash tying it all together.

Want to give Calcite a try? Order samples online now. 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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