The Bright Stuff: Introducing 6 New Tile Colors
A pop of color can be just what you need to liven a space. We're so excited to share our 6 new bright glazes, inspired by the saturated hues of our favorite stones and minerals. These new colors are on our White Clay Body and range from cool to warm tones, in gloss and matte finishes. We're sharing our new colors below, along with some design inspiration. Need more inspiration on how to bring these colors into your space? Head to Pinterest for ideas.
This saturated teal is named after one of the most colorful minerals in the world, Fluorite. With its matte, crackle finish, this jewel tone has high impact wherever you put it.
You could really go for it with a color like this:
Image: Elle France
The bathroom above has a whole lot of tile (which we love), but a 1x4 tile rug in Fluorite would be lovely on its own:
But just a pop of a saturated color like Fluorite can do the trick:
Image: The Jungalow
This ethereal, aqua hue is named after the stone's lunar-like sheen. Moonstone has a matte, crackle finish that adds beautiful texture to its soothing tone.
This is the sort of color that you always want to see more of because it is so easy on the eyes. It works as beautifully in a counter to ceiling kitchen backsplash as it does in a serene bathroom settting.
Image: House of Turquoise
This shade would also be beautiful in any of our specialty shapes:
Tile Shown: Chaine Homme tiles in Moonstone.
Inspired by the ancient stone, Serpentine's olive green tone stands well on its own, but easily pairs with other colors too.
With its glossy, crackly finish Serpentine offers a fresh feeling for a kitchen setting. We'd love to this color in a larger format size like 4x8 or 3x12.
Fun fact: Olivine is one of Earth's most abundant minerals and has also been detected on Mars. This light, glossy green has warm tones that make it the perfect subtle shade to add a splash of color to your space.
You can use this color in a classic 3x6 subway tile:
You can also go bold and pair this color with a darker shade like Serpentine, in an intricate pattern such as Escher:
Pink tile is experiencing a come back. This fresh, peachy pink is named for the ancient volcanic rock, Stilbite. Its matte finish and crackly texture, make it feel a bit more neutral.
Stilbite is striking on its own, but pairs beautifully with other tones as well. Try it with other warm and cool tones like they have down in the hexagon installation below:
Image: Apartment Therapy
Larger hexagons are a favorite for bathroom and kitchen flooring, but our 2" Hexagons are idea for shower pan flooring or to scale down in a bathroom niche. We love how this size looks in Stilbite:
Tile Shown: 2" Hexagons in Stilbite.
Try treating this matte pink like a neutral, as they have done in the bathroom nook below:
Image: Freunde von Freunden
The boldest of the bunch, Mesolite has big wow factor. This poppy red has orange undertones and its matte, crackle finish make for one dynamic color.
If you want just a pop of red, mix Mesolite with other warm neutrals:
However, this color looks pretty good by itself too:
Tile Shown: Ogee Drops in Mesolite.
We've definitely shared the image below before for good reason: the pairing of a bold color and cool neutrals is something to behold. Try pairing Mesolite with whites and cool grays for an effect like the bathroom below:
Tile Shown: 1x1 tiles in Mesolite.
Do you love our 6 new shades? 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.