Tile Color Spotlight: Deep Dive into Sea Foam Tile
The perfect blend of tropical and laid-back luxe, Sea Foam is a blue green tile that's more versatile than you might expect. It's a chic splash of color to any style interior. And with its naturally occuring color variation and crackled texture, Sea Foam lends handcrafted flair to an installation that makes you feel like you've stepped into an artist's beach reterat.
This bathroom's Ogee Drop backsplash in Sea Foam makes for a dreamy retreat. The Ogee pattern adds a subtle underwater feel, balanced out with clean lines and classic-inspired details.
Before the installation, we got a snapshot of the tile fresh from the kiln. You'll notice Sea Foam's crazing, or crackled texture, helps accentuate the tiles' artisanal quality.
Here's a closer look at the backsplash. White grout highlights the eye-catching pattern while brightly framing the blue green glaze. Loving this classy coastal look? Head over to our Aquas Board for more inspiration.
Founder Paul Burns loves Sea Foam so much that he incorporated it into his dramatic home renovation. His application of Sea Foam shows that it works well with classic design elements.
As subway tile, Sea Foam can take on a soothing and sophisticated aesthetic. We love how it ties this bathroom's vintage-inspired elements like the exposed sink and freestanding tub together. Use a larger dimension, like 4x8 tile, to modernize the look.
Just a splash of Sea Foam can make all the difference. This kitchen's refreshing white palette mixed with light wood finishes offer a clean contrast to the backsplash's subtly rustic tidal look.
We'd love to see more square tile installations, and this kitchen sets an inspiring example. The timeless pattern and soft blue green color complement instead of compete with other textural elements in the space.
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