Dark Green Tile
As fall fades out, darker shades of green emerge outdoors and become the leading colors of winter. This is the perfect time to look at these rich, organic greens for inspiration. We're sharing all our dark greens below, but if you want more inspiration, check out our Pinterest Board.
Trim your space in tile:
Dark green is a classic color choice for rustic, nature inspired spaces, creating an inviting, organic, and relaxed feel. From glossy glazes to a muted matte, we offer three shades of this trending color that you're sure to love.
Venetian Green is a deep, captivating shade. A Fireclay favorite, this color pairs beautifully with various finishes and works within an array of styles too.
Tile Shown: Ogee Drops in Venetian Green
Venetian Green's variation and super polished gloss finish makes it ideal for making a bold statement:
Tile Shown: 3x12 in Venetian
While Venetian Green is our our White Clay Body, we also offer Evergreen on our Recycled Clay Body, more on the difference between our Clay Bodies, here.
Tile Shown: Evergreen
Are you more into our matte glazes? Not to worry, we have Hunter Green. We've been seeing a lot more of this shade lately and it's not just because of the season. From kitchen cabinetry to accent walls, this color adds depth and interest to any space.
Tile Shown: 4" Triangles in Hunter Green
Featured in San Francisco's renowned Decorator Showcase, this master bath is luxuriously adorned from top to bottom with our Hunter Green field tile.
Tile Shown: 2x8 in Hunter Green
A dark forest green represents balance, calm, and tranquility as well as being restorative and rejuvenating. If you love the saturated feel of dark greens, you can also apply to it to other finishes in your home. Painted cabinetry and white tile is always a winning combination:
If you love our Glazed Thin Brick, our rich, textured Cascade will sure to be a favorite. Ideal for kitchens, bathrooms or floors (just no steam showers, shower pans or commercial floor please), this shade really brings the outdoors in.
Consider brick floors in a herringbone pattern to give extra design impact underfoot.
Brick Shown: Cascade
Go for Glass:
Our newest product, Glass, has you covered in the green department too. From the classic hunter green hue of Starling, to the green undertones of Roadrunner, these two shades will add a touch of luxury to any space.
At first glance, you may see Roadrunner as more gray in tone, but its green undertones shine through in the best way.