Tile that Springs Forward Year-Round
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As signs of spring begin to appear, we're feeling ready to turn a new leaf. A good place to start? Right at home. From sprightly greens to lovely yellows to blushing corals, these colors don't quit beyond the spring season. And with a (hopefully) hefty tax return, you can finally indulge in that brand new backsplash you've been craving all winter long.
Image: Anya Adores
Tile Color Shown: Clover
After what's felt like a long and dreary winter, we're finally ready for some green. So why not keep your space in a perennially spring state with outdoor green tile? This patio hits all the right notes with its rustic color variation and vintage-style charm.
Image: Better Homes and Gardens
Tile Color Shown: Limon
We can't help but be wowed by this bright and bold green kitchen backsplash. Playful accents like colorful curtains and lush greenery pop against refreshing white cabinets.
Image: Desire to Inspire
This rustic yet minimalist bathroom's green handpainted tile is all the decor it needs to make an unforgettable statement. Try one of our cool green palettes like the one found in our Handpainted Tortoise Shell Tile.
Handpainted Tile Shown: Tortoise Shell in Green Motif
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Tile Color Shown: Lemon Cream
Yellow might feel like a bold choice for some. However, the right balance of color and decor can transform yellow from lively to lovely. Case in point: all this minimalist fireplace needs is a warm yellow tile to really glow.
Image: Brit + Co
Tile Color Shown: Daffodil
This bright kitchen keeps the color palette down to two key colors, yellow and white, with the occasional splash of green and teal, keeping the room feeling both sunny and composed.
Image: Inside Out
If you want to go bold with yellow, don't be shy! This yellow tile shower shows us that it can be done (and we couldn't be more delighted with the results).
If you thought pink tile was out of the picture, think again. It's subtler cousin, coral, is a chic alternative that feels both fresh and a touch retro.
Image: No Bunny Luvs You
This bathroom's rustic hexagon tile floor is glazed with hints of pink-orange that are reminscent of our Sorbet hue. We love the way it anchors the shower's airy pink subway tile.
Tile Color Shown: 6" Hexagons in Sorbet
Image: Oh My Goods
Last but not least, this Koi fish-inspired bathroom tile leaves us both entranced and in awe. A blend of red and orange tiles create a mesmerizing sea of tile that resemble fish scales. Love the look? Try a blend of Persimmon, Tangerine, and Tomato Red to achieve a similar effect.
Tile Shown: Ogee Drop in Persimmon
Tile Shown: Ogee Drop in Tangerine
Tile Shown: Ogee Drop in Tomato Red
Ready to spring into action? Order samples online now. Not sure where to start? 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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- 1/ Limon, 2 x 6