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Color Spotlights

Cozy Up With Brick Whites

Reminiscent of fresh fallen snow, white is our favorite go-to neutral during these chilly winter months.  Our selection of white Brick tile offers a little twist on a classic white interior, emphasizing texture and detail, all while still feeling fresh, clean and chic.  So go ahead and start the new year off right by bringing the outdoors in for a little winter inspiration.

Brick colors shown: Cotton and Snow

One of our favorite Brick tile combinations is an alternating blend of Cotton and Snow.  Cotton has a gray undertone and Snow is a bright, crisp white.  Put the two together and you get another level of texture and dimension.

Brick colors shown: Cotton and Snow; Image: Malcolm Fearon, Bliss Images

Cotton also looks great on its own–its white without feeling stark or sterile, and he gray undertone combined with the texture of the red brick body underneath creates a warm and welcoming aesthetic.

Image: Remodelista

If you're looking to create a bright white interior with just a hint of texture, try Snow.  Our Snow glaze has more coverage than some of our other glazed Brick hues, giving it a slightly brighter, more uniform look.

Brick color shown: Snow; Image: Pottery Barn

When using our Brick whites, try keeping it simple and serene, and contrasting these light hues with other natural materials and textures such as warm woods and organic textiles.

Brick color shown: Cotton; Image: Malcolm Fearon, Bliss Images

Brick whites provide the perfect opportunity to introduce a pop of color to your design.  Take a cue from the restaurant install below and contrast the textured finish of a Brick white glaze with a colorful Glass tile.

Brick color shown: Cotton; Glass color shown: Forget Me Not; Image: Malcolm Fearon: Bliss Images

We offer two other Brick whites that offer a little more color.  Silk borders an off white or ivory tone, perfect for creating warm, neutral spaces, while Glacier features a heavier tinge of gray to it, making it ideal for contemporary and industrial spaces.

Brick colors shown: Silk and Glacier

These two hues add character and another level of texture to a white or neutral interior.  Silk and Glacier would both look great layered with a variety of other neutral finishes such as bright whites, deep browns, and warm grays.

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Love this look?  Order Free Samples of Brick whites 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.