Tile Color Spotlight: Welcome Spring with Green
It's that time of year again when light, bright, fresh spots of green start showing up everywhere outside, heralding spring. Whether on land or reflected in the sea, green is one of the most versatile, timeless, and invigorating colors—and a gorgeous choice for your home. One of the true benefits of going green is the ability to blend, mix, and create layers of color with different greens all in the same space. Green can go super sleek and sophisticated, traditional and charming, or rustic and earthy. The options are endless. To inspire you, we've rounded up a few of our favorite Fireclay Tile greens.
Green is a wonderful color for kitchens—vibrant yet cool, it evokes healthiness and tranquility at the same time. Inspiration for the right shade is everywhere; just look around. The kitchen below blends greens from a soft olive hue to the lightest celadon.
Image: My Home Ideas
Ivory walls, dark stained wood, concrete, and deep green tile similar to Peabody create a contemporary, yet tranquil atmosphere in this uncluttered space.
Image: Kitchen Builder
Tile color shown: Peabody
In this effortless kitchen, a blend of green subway tile is paired with functional open shelving displays, and a contrasting bluish gray kitchen island. The blend of colors make the space feel eclectic, while the modern style creates cohesion.
Image: Nickey Keheo
The perfect way to inject color, pattern, and texture into your culinary space, a beautiful green backsplash gives a kitchen personality.
Image: Domaine Home
Natural wood stain on cabinetry is an intuitive choice when it comes to paring with green tile hues. The warm green backsplash, organic gray and creams on the floor, and statement light fixtures keeps the mood serene in this functional kitchen.
Image: Dust Jacket Attic
Image: Design Milk
Glass color shown: Spearmint
Image: Interior Collective
Tile color shown: Sea Glass
The kitchen below clearly demonstrates how different greens blend beautifully to create airy and refreshing surrounds, who wouldn't want to start spring off in this well designed, calming atmosphere?
Image: Poppy Talk