Small 1" Hexagon Tile, Oversized 4" Hexagon Tile, Geometric Diamond, H-Tile, 2" x  2" Square, Fish Scale, Glazed Lava Rock

 Small 1″ Hexagon Tile, Oversized 4″ Hexagon Tile, Geometric Diamond, H-Tile, 2″ x  2″ Square, Fish Scale, Glazed Lava Rock

Shades of blue continue to be a favorite tile color, and it’s probably safe to say it’s a favorite in fashion as well. Whether in a soft or electric hue, blue will make an impact on your interior design. Blue can be incorporated in your interior design through paint, furniture, and even appliances, as we saw during a recent trip to the NAHB International Builders’ Show. This tile color also creates a fresh and modern look in kitchens and baths, especially when paired with wood or brass finishes.

This past fall, our product development team and partner, CASK Industries, launched a line of ceramic and glazed lava rock tiles in rich blues with varying shapes, including our favorite, Geometric Diamond in Classic Navy. Our designers love the Geo Diamond tile for the trendy hex shape it creates with angled diamonds.

Here are some of our favorite interior design styles using blue shades:

Kitchen with white walls and countertops with blue accents and blue cabinets
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Kitchen with white cabinets and countertops and dark blue hexagon tiles on the wall
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Blue hexagon tiles on a bathroom wall
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Shower with white bricks and dark blue tiles
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Kitchen with white countertops and light blue cube shaped tiles
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Bathroom with white sinks and blue square tiles on the wall
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Blue: A Tile Shade That's Here to Stay
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Blue: A Tile Shade That's Here to Stay
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Shades of blue continue to be a favorite tile color, and it’s probably safe to say it’s a favorite in fashion as well. Whether in a soft or electric hue, blue will...
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