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Tile Color Spotlight: Add a Pop of Color with Coral Bell

Posted by: Kali • Aug 7

Tile Color Spotlight: Add a Pop of Color with Coral Bell

Image: Modern Love  Tile color shown: Coral Bell Matte

A true coral adds a rosy and warm touch to just about any space, and a pop of coral in a kitchen or bath is close to irresistable. Flushed with hints of red and orange, our Coral Bell glass color captures a wondrous dawn sunlight sky or a sultry sunset at dusk. Either way you look at it this bright, cheery, classic and amazingly adaptable color has a lot to offer.

The kitchen is the ideal spot to try out this shade of coral. It’s a refreshing, bright spot of the house and wakes up the natural browns and beige tones of floors and cabinets. Coral is also an expressive, unique choice. So if you’re looking to fashion a comfortable, well designed kitchen, a backsplash in this color may be right up your ally!

Image: HGTV

Glass tile color shown: Coral Bell Matte

Fresh, contemporary, with just the right amount of femine undertone, the coral feature wall in the kitchen below is bright and spirited. It’s a color that’s meant to feel both lively and clean.

Image: Kitchen Design Trends

Using a bit of this rosy hue as the exuberant source of color in a modern, minimal kitchen, puts you on the fast track to a super chic and cheerful space.

Image: Speca

Try one of our innovative shapes to ramp up the texture and interest. Our diamond shape is classic with its soft and pillowy edges.

Image: Coral Bell Diamond Shape Pattern

Basic glass field sizes

Coral shades pair well with lighter, creamier versions of themselves and just about any grey. This peachy hue warms up and softens the drama of contrasting neutrals and gives a lighter look and feel to the room.

Image: Happy Interior Blog

Our bright glossy hue looks especially vibrant put together with our various shades of grey.

Glass tile colors shown: Coral Bell ,CRT Posphor Matte, Bluegrass Matte, Queen Anne's Lace Matte

Bright coral colors can easily go unisex as well, this beautiful tone sets off the darker shades of brown and grey in the bathroom. The shelving and dark mirror frame paired with a coral wall add drama and gravitas. The warm tones in this pretty rosy pop of color compliment the grains of any wood surface.

Image: Better Homes

Shades of coral work especially well in a powder room, reflecting a clean, fresh feel that is anything but harsh on the eyes. We love white or ivory or taupe for complimentary colors. They’re a sophisticated combo that make embellishing a breeze, and you’ll have nothing but class in the bathroom!

Image: Home Depot

This glowing hue really works well in small doses. Use a pop of coral wherever you want a little boost — even a half wall in this little bath is spectacular. So welcoming, coral is a lighthearted and refreshing departure from more common neutrals such as grey and beige.

Image: The Inspired Room

Love this color? Order free 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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