Tile Color Spotlight: 3 Moods with Blue and Yellow
Although it may be full-out fall in your neck of the woods, here at the Fireclay headquarters in temperate San Francisco it’s nothing but blue skies. And although we can’t get enough of pumpkin spiced lattes and apple cider doughnuts, we thought it’d be nice to reflect our summery state with a sunny color spotlight.
Tile Color Shown: Slate Blue
Tile Color Shown: Lemon Cream
Don’t be fooled by blue and yellow’s sunny demeanor. Both hues come in a wide range of shades, which can have different effects on your space. Today, we’ll show you 3 moods you can achieve with this surprisingly dynamic pair.
1. Poised to Perfection
When paired as darker shades, blue and yellow can be quite the power couple. This corner exudes dapper, midcentury-inspired sophistication.
A yellow tile-lined arch painted in blue elegantly frames this bathroom’s main focal point, a luxurious claw-footed tub and marble wall.
2. Cool & Collected
Tile Color Shown: Santorini Blue
A backdrop of blue can bring a soothing sense of calm to almost any space. Incorporating splashes of yellow lends it a sprightly uplift.
Tile Color Shown: Crater Lake
This rustic-meets-contemporary kitchen looks extra refreshing with a cool blue backsplash.
Tile Color Shown: Tuolumne Meadows
Even a subtle hints of yellow and blue can add airy appeal to a room. A wall of handcrafted yellow tile adds warm golden tones.
3. Clear Skies
Given its fair weather inspiration, we can’t deny blue and yellow’s summery appeal. It’s just what we need to add sunshine to fall’s shorter days.
No matter what it’s like outside, this bright yellow room is sure to warm any soul. We love the splash of sky blue tile framing the fireplace.
This bright kitchen's yellow accents offer a sunny contrast to the sparkling blue penny round backsplash.
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