Natural textures, gentle light, and a nuanced palette create a calm and cozy atmosphere. With its barely there touch of cream and light glossy, crackle finish, our Shell glazed tile offers an inviting neutral backdrop.
Simply put, layering natural elements is the key to creating a warm, serene, well-designed space. Neutral colors like ivory and cream allow you to focus on form and function more easily. The kitchen below, done in a minimal scandinavian style, has reflected this philosophy for centuries.
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For a clean, contemporary look try a 2x6 subway style tile instead of the traditional 3x6 and install in a straight-set pattern.
Tile color shown: Shell 2x6
Ivory hues, soft sage green and rough hewn beams create an easy country elegance. Warmer tinted whites bring a pale radiance to a space, construct a foundation or a blank slate for unlimited color and style possibilities.
Image: My Sweet Savanah
The organic, off-white shade of Shell is an ideal partner for all types of slab counter tops, from granite, to marble, to composit.
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Take a sample of Shell with you the next time you are on the hunt for a gorgeous stone product.
Layering whites can look stunning, the marble counter tops, white backsplash tile and creamy cabinets are not all exactly the same, but the similarity in hue makes the whole space come together.
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Pure, uncomplicated materials like wood floors and counters really warm up a kitchen. Layer and blend these natural materials to add texture and make the kitchen cozier.
Image: Lee Caroline
Adding some stunning originality, like one of our specialty patterns develops a focal point, without introducing a more saturated color.
Tile specialty shape shown: Ogee Drop
White reflective glossy surfaces keep things light and cheerful, even in small windowless spaces.
Soft gray walls, nickle fittings, and white crackle subway tile backsplash are a sublimely classic design choice for any powder room.
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One of the best features of this warm white hue—you will never grow tired of it. Neutral will always be a classic. White is invariably a great option for traditional interiors, below, the color of the tile takes a backseat, keeping the focus on the exquisiste architectural detailing in the bath.
Image: Meghan Carter
Warm, off-white subway style tile keep this basement wash room crisp and clean, who wouldn't want to do a little laundry at the end of the day?
Image: Jenna Sue Designs
Like the idea of incorporating Shell into your home? 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.