Design Trends: White Geometric Tile
Fireclay Tile Inspiration Gallery: Bright & White Accent Wall
One of our favorite (and positively fool-proof) trends? White geometric tile. An easy way to add a pop of pattern to your space, geometric tile is a chic alternative to the traditional field tile. But for those who want the pattern without so much of the pop, topping tile off with a white glaze keeps a space looking clean and contemporary. It also offers a fresh backdrop that easily blends with your revolving decor.
Tile Shown: Chaine Homme in White Wash
Today, we've rounded up some of our favorite white geometric tile installs so you can bring a little pattern into your inspiration.
Image: Apartment Therapy
We love this floating shelf situation above this backsplash. White geometric tile is perfect for small niches like these, offering a budget-friendly design solution so you can splurge a little on a specialty pattern you love.
Glass Tile Shown: 4" Diamond Mosaic Sheet Set in Hydrangea Matte
Fireclay Tile Inspiration Gallery: Modern Ogee Drop Kitchen
This wall of our Ogee Drop tile in a Moroccan arrangement is all the more alluring with a black grout, highlighting each and every shape (learn more about contrasting grout). It also offers a curvy contrast to the kitchen's earthy yet streamlined cabinetry.
Tile Shown: Ogee Drop in White Wash
Fireclay Tile Inspiration Gallery: Clean & Contemporary San Francisco Kitchen
For a tile pattern that feels a little more subtle but doesn't sacrifice flair, a white grout can do just the trick. Our Paseo Tile backsplash adds subtle texture to this otherwise contemporary kitchen. Open shelving also allows the the pattern to peek out behind colorful dishes and glassware.
Tile Shown: Paseo in White Wash
A backsplash of white hexagon tile shapes up this minimalist kitchen. A contrasting grout also anchors the space and gives it a striking visual focal point.
Tile Shown: 4" Hexagon in Sugar
Image: Habitus Living
This bathroom's hexagon floor tile subtly grounds this airy and open bathroom. Consider extending the tile floor to the shower--tile patterns are a great way to add extra traction to wet environments.
Image: Rue Magazine
This glamorous kitchen has lots of luxe appeal, including the geometric tile backsplash. Love the look? Try our specialty Picket tile in Frost.
Tile Shown: Picket in Frost
Want to shape up your space with white? Order free samples now. Need help choosing a contrasting grout? Simply call, chat, or fill out our Design Assistance Form and one of our talented Design Consultants will get back to you shortly.