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Original Ceramic Tile Colors
Our handmade Original Ceramic tile is available in over 100 standard colors in a range of glossy, matte, and satin finishes, each created in our in-house Innovation Lab and hand-mixed using all-natural, 100% lead-free ingredients. Our Original Ceramic tile colors feature the handmade artisan qualities that define the signature Fireclay look, each with its own unique variations of color, crazing, and finish.
White tile is historically the most popular color for tile and continues to be our best selling and most versatile color. We offer 13 colors of white ceramic tile in gloss, matte and satin finishes and an option with black patine. Greens and blues also top the charts as best-selling glaze colors. Explore by color using our filters above.
Choosing tile color is a personal decision and one our Design Consultants can help you make. For walls and floors, a neutral color is often preferred. On applications such as a backsplash or a single accent wall, tile in a more saturated color can make a bold statement.
White is the preferred color for bathrooms, providing a bright and clean look. Recently, the spa bathroom has become a popular design choice, calling for light blue or soft green Original Ceramic Tile to create a calming and relaxing environment. Reach out to our Design Consultants for help choosing.
Due to the handcrafted nature of our Original Ceramic tile, variations in color, texture, crazing, and finish will occur in different degrees depending on the specific glaze. Individual color variation is graded V1 (least) to V4 (most). See our Color Guide for a full list of glazes, variations, and finishes. Finishes are not interchangeable.
Use our Tile by Style guide to match your design style with the right tile color based on our expert recommendations.
With a DCOF value above .42, all of our Original Ceramic Tiles with matte glazes are rated for wet areas where slip resistance may be required.
Glazes with abrasive grit are available for certain flooring projects. Consult our design assistance page to fill out a form and get in touch with a Tile expert for information on this.