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Introducing 9 New Brick Colors

Posted by: Kali • Aug 17

Introducing 9 New Brick Colors

Ready for something new? We have nine new brick colors! We've also tried something different, "With the addition of an engobe coating under our new, translucent brick colors, we are able to highlight the brick texture in a slightly more sophisticated way. We find this creates a perfect balance between the rustic and the refined," explains our Creative Director, Jamie Chappell. Some of our most popular Recycled Clay Body colors are engobe glazes and now you can have this beautiful finish on our Glazed Thin Brick as well!

Perfect for backsplashes, bathrooms, fireplace surrounds and more, scroll down to get a closer look, as well as design inspiration. Want more? Head to our Pinterest Board dedicated to our Glazed Thin Brick.

There's more to this blue than you think--thanks to variation, our Appalachian glaze showcases a dynamic slate hue that makes a statement all its own.

Brick Shown: Appalachian

You can treat our Glazed Thin Brick, much like you would classic subway tile. We'd love to see Appalachian installed as a tub surround in a nautical feeling bathroom like this:

Image: One Kings Lane

Great Smoky:
Our subtle, pale blue Great Smoky, adds the perfect amount of soft color to any space. 

Brick Shown: Great Smoky

The living space is swoon-inducing. The painted pale blue brick creates a fresh, soothing feeling. If you like this, consider using Great Smoky for a wall application.

Image: Homegirl London

This milky white glaze resonates with the same subtle beauty of the mountain range it's named after. Are you going for white tile, but wanting a more rustic look or a bit more texture? Look no further than our Olympic.

Brick Shown: Olympic

Always a classic choice, white tile just works in the kitchen. This warmer white will have a similar effect to the kitchen below:

Image: Apartment Therapy

Our Elk glaze offers an earthy and rustic allure. If you're looking for just a touch of color and warmth, Elk might be the perfect neutral for you.

Brick Shown: Elk

We love the mix of materials (that raw edge of marble, wow) in the kitchen below. If you like the tonal quality of the tile, go for Elk for your backsplash.

Image: Circa Lighting

Sierra Nevada:
A shade or two darker than Elk, Sierra Nevada's lightly neutral glaze gives our thin brick just the right dusting of a tan for a warm and inviting ambiance.

Brick Shown: Sierra Nevada 

We love how the faded brick pops against the sleek materials in the kitchen below. If a bit of constrast is what you're looking for, try pairing Sierra Nevada with modern fixtures and cabinetry.

Image: Decozilla

Columbia Plateau:
There's more to this rustic glaze than meets the eye, thanks in part to its naturally occurring variation. If you like the look of raw brick but want to kick it up a notch, Columbia Plateau is for you.

Brick Shown: Columbia Plateau

There is so much to love about the bathroom below. But we're especially into that exposed brick wall...if your home doesn't have an existing one, consider bringing Columbia Plateau into the mix. It would pair beautifully with both modern and rustic materials.

Image: Studded Hearts

Beartooth is defined by a light gray hue with cool, other-worldly undertones.

Tile Shown: Beartooth

Since we love tile so much, we of course extended backsplash or just more tile in the kitchen in general...The brick below is very similar to Beartooth and we really appreciate the subtle, yet catching effect it has on the space.

Image: Better Homes & Gardens

Front Range:
Front Range offers a sophisticated slate gray that's full of urban industrial appeal.

Image: Front Range 

Brick has always made for an ideal fireplace surround material and these 9 new colors are no exception. The darker gray fireplace surround really shines against the more warm materials in the mid-century living room below. If you like this look, go for Front Range.

Image: Airows

Cloaked with mystery, our beautifully varied Absaroka glaze is full of intrigue.

Tile Shown: Absaroka

There is something so glamorous about a darker tiled kitchen. Absaroka would create a very similar effect to the gorgeous kitchen below:

Image: Decor Pad

Loving these new colors? 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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