When it comes to creating an inviting living space, explore how to incorporate warm tile shades that will compliment your home design!
Home design trends evolve and change all the time from neutral colors to lots of black and white, then onto bright pops of color.
Because styles change, you want to be sure you select tiles that you know you’ll love for years to come.
Home design trends are now showing a wide range of warm tones in tile, a color palette that is inviting, friendly, and calming.
Wondering how you can incorporate some of those warm color tiles into your home? Read on to learn more.
Let’s start with a better understanding of what’s included in a warm color palette.
One way to look at the color wheel is to look at the two sides – warm colors and cool colors. Warm colors are on the side of the color wheel that includes reds, yellows, oranges.
Warm colors are often compared to sunlight, sand, fire, and heat and add warmth to a space. They also add lots of personality because they tend to be strong colors.
Warm color tones can energize a space. They can make a room feel brighter, lighter, and warmer without much light.
So, how can you use this information on warm colors to choose tiles for your home? You don’t have to feel like you need to use all these warm colors together.
In fact, you can take one of them from the warm side of the wheel and make quite an impact on a space.
Here are some ideas for using warm-colored tiles in your home.
Of course, the kitchen is a great space to incorporate tile, especially tile with color.
Consider using a warm color tile for your backsplash like tangerine or terra cotta. These are good high-energy colors that work well in a kitchen space.
You can even add tiles to the floors in darker or more contrasting tones that add a little more color than just a neutral floor.
Bathrooms are a perfect spot to add reds, oranges, and yellows. They give energy to the space and can uplift your mood.
Consider a band of red tiles in your shower. How about a wall of sunny yellow tiles behind a vanity?
You might also consider the tile installation style you use. Consider using a grouping of these colors together on a shower wall, floor, or backsplash to add interest and create a focal point.
Interestingly, you can use some neutrals as warm colors. Think about the warm browns and golds that can be both neutral and warm simultaneously. These are perfect options for tile floors in entryways, for example.
The home design choices you make for your home should make you feel happy and alive in your spaces. Warm color tiles will do exactly that for your spaces.
If you’re interested in learning how tile can add interest and color to your home, let us help. Schedule a free design consultation meeting today.