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Color Spotlight: Pink Tile Makes a Comeback

By Kali

Color Spotlight: Pink Tile Makes a Comeback

Often evoking images of bathrooms of yesteryear (and not necessarily in a good way), pink tile can have kind of a bad rap. However, used in the right way, either a full dose or just a dash of pink can be just the surprise pop of color a space needs. We're sharing our favorite ways to use this color below. Want more pink tile inspiration? Head to our Pinterest Board dedicated to pink hues.


A bit more unexpected, but a warm toned tile can be just as soothing as a cool one in a bathroom setting. Our Rosy Finch glass tiles offer the perfect soft shade of pink: 


Tile Shown: 4x4 Glass Tiles in Rosy Finch in Matte and Gloss 

Want a lighter shade? Look no further than our glass tile color Lark:


Pair shades of pinks with soft neutrals and modern patterns for a fresh take on the pink bathroom: 


Tile Shown: 4x4 Glass Tiles in Rosy Pink Matte with Handpainted Harvest in White Motif.  

If you love pink, why not truly commit? Our bright and cheerful Stilbite is peachy-pink perfection: 


Tile Shown: Small Diamonds in Stilbite

Make baths an even more luxury experience with a pink tub surround: 


Tile Shown: Ogee Drops in Stilbite; Image: Flora Pop Shop 

Treat pink like a neutral and pair with other soft tones as we've done below:


Tile Shown: 2x4s in a blend of Blue Spruce, Sugar & Stilbite.

We'll also say this: pink actually pairs easily with other colors (not just neutrals). A bright, color-filled floor like the one below is all kinds of fun: 


Tile Shown: Small Diamonds in StilbiteOlivineMoonstone and Fluorite; Image: Nelson Architecture, Boston

And while we're on the topic of mosaic floor tiles, who doesn't love a good hex floor? Our 2" Hexagons in Stilbite would make for one sweet tile floor: 


Tile Shown: 2" Hexagons in Stilbite

Prefer the peachy side of pink? We've got you covered. Our Glass Tile Color Carolina Wren, is a muted pinky hue that leans more towards neutral: 


You can see Carolina Wren and her pink (plus one red) counterpart below: 


Glass Tile Shown:Pheasant, Carolina Wren, Rosy Finch and Lark 

This pink plays off other similar hues, just as much as it does contrasting ones, as you can see from this bold backsplash: 


Tile Shown: 2x2 and 4x12 Glass Tiles in Carolina Wren Matte and Gloss, Pheasant Gloss and Matte, Barn Swallow Gloss and Matte and Sparrow Gloss and Matte

Are you thinking pink? Order color 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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