A bold move with NEUTRALS!!! (Color’s shy cousin)

January 14, 2013 at 5:00 pm 2 comments

Neutrals are colors too!!!

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Are you trying to find the right neutral for your tile project?  Bright colors aren’t for everyone, but we believe good design is. 

Sometimes a quick comparison is all you need to pick the right neutral hue for the job.  We have carefully curated these Lush® glass subway tile neutrals just for YOU…

And, we especially love the dimensional effect that happens in different lighting conditions.

Modwalls_Cameo Almond Driftwood Dune Reef Taupe

From top left: Cameo, Almond, Drftwood, Dune, Reef, and Taupe

Here’s a larger view of our latest neutral addition: Cameo!!!   In other words, Cameo is making its cameo…. Had to go there. 😉

Modalls_Lush Cameo 3x6

Neutrals can be just as high-impact as vivid colors!!!  You don’t have to use the latest trend color to create that pop in your space.

KBrown 21667

Lush 3×6 in Reef

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Lush 3×6 in Taupe

Lush 3×6 in Cloud, Reef, and Taupe

Lush 3×6 in Driftwood

Lush 3×6 in Almond

Lush 3×6 in Taupe

Lush 3×6 in Dune

Lush 3×6 in Reef

Feeling inspired?  Please, let us know if you need any samples or design advice for your current project.

Modwalls® is making tile modern™ with colorful and unique designs that are in stock and available for purchase online 24/7 at  modwalls.com

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Robin  |  January 16, 2013 at 1:47 pm

    I love the bright and happy colors you offer but for my kitchen project I’m looking for neutrals that aren’t blah, boring, or flat and these lovely neutral Lush glass tiles may be my kitchen saving solution. I have Baltic Brown granite counters **and** a backsplash wall in the same … the effect is very heavy, busy, 90’s, overpowering, just too bossy. I’d like to replace the granite on the backsplash wall with glass subway tile and take the bossy out of the kitchen, calm down the visual chaos, and bring the kitchen into the current decade {and millennium}. Do you have any photos of projects pairing tile with Baltic Brown granite? I’m very interested in the design advice you mention in this post, how does that work? Thanks so much, Robin

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    • 2. modwallsdesignernotes  |  January 16, 2013 at 4:27 pm

      Hi Robin,

      We’d be happy to assist you however we can!

      If possible, please email a picture or two of your space to our Interior Design + Trade Sales Specialist, Katelyn Bowman (katelyn@modwalls.com). She loves assisting customers with design and installation questions.

      I’m sure we have images that can help you visualize a beautiful transformation of your space.

      Best regards,

      The Modwalls Team

      Reply

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Founder and Creative Director of Modwalls Tile Company. Since 2005 Rebecca has been designing Fresh Tile in Colors You Crave. Shop Online at Modwalls.com.

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