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Color Spotlights

Tile Color Spotlight: Emerald and Mint Work their Magic

By Pearl |

Image: Playbuzz

When it comes to colors the more vibrant the better--and we couldn’t be more enchanted with emerald and mint. Although both hues fall in the green spectrum, the couldn’t be any more different. Mint playfully refreshes with its cool teal undertones, while emerald seriously elevates a space with its regal elegance. So what happens when you pair these opposites together? Pure magic.

Tile Color Shown: Venetian Green

Tile Color Shown: Atlantic

Image: Dezeen

This Aesop store in Berlin is striking to say the least. Covered floor to ceiling with green, emerald, and mint tiles, it feels as if you’ve stepped into another dimension.

Image: Mad About the House

This deep green corridor features a floor of decorative tiles that lead to a keyhole entryway, betraying Moroccan-inspired origins.

Image: Style by Emily Henderson

Brick Tile Color Shown: Northwoods

We couldn’t be more charmed by this bar’s color scheme, playing off a beautiful stained glass backsplash that pairs beautifully with an emerald and mint backdrop.

Reimagined Elegance

Image: House Beautiful

Emerald and mint have a way of transforming simple interiors into splendid spaces. An emerald floor gives this kitchen mexmerizing depth, while mint gives the craftsman style cabinetry a peppy twist.

Image: Apartment Therapy

What we would give to retreat into this sumptuous corner....(explore our Handpainted Sakura Collection for more Japonais inspiratation). 

Image: Delightfull

Who knew midcentury would look so good in mint? Natural wood finishes help to anchor this otherworldly hue. 

Minty Fresh

Image: Brides of North Texas

Brick Tile Color Shown: Parakeet

Mint and emerald can also look cozy and inviting when mixed in with plenty of neutrals plus classic elements, like in this charming outdoor tablescape (we can't keep our eyes off that mint tile floor!).

Image: Arkpad

This eclectic kitchen brings in an imaginative mix of styles with a toned down color palette, save for the pops of mint and emerald that liven up the space.

Image: Remodelista

And of course we had to end the post with this beautiful Victorian-inspired sink (we're totally geeking out over the on-point emerald molding on the wall). 

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