Orange is the New Black
Orange can be a controversial color in the world of design, most people tend to love it or hate it–And we love it! When done right, a great orange adds the perfect amount of warmth and energy to your space. From subtle pastel inspired hues to richly saturated earth tones, our selection of attention grabbing orange hues offer a little something for everyone.
Orange works well in small doses. Take a cue from this kitchen by pairing a small amount of orange tile with an almost all white interior. The subtle hint of color adds warmth to the open and airy space, giving it some personality.
Image: Jace Architecture
For an Earthy orange try Bryce Canyon. Inspired by the dramatic cliffs of Bryce Canyon, Utah, this warm burnt orange will infuse your palette with rustic southwestern flavor.
Tile color shown: Bryce Canyon
Orange is complemented by rich, warm woods and naturally white finishes. This contemporary bathroom creates a focal point by using a smaller tile size in a blend of different shades of orange. The variation in hue paired with warm wood cabinetry gives the space a natural, earthy-aesthetic.
If you've fallen for orange but prefer a more subtle look, try our Tile hue, Sorbet. This peachy hue offers the benefits of orange without demanding all of your attention. It is the perfect hint of sun-kissed color.
Tile color shown: Sorbet