Posts tagged ‘blue shower tile’
Introducing American Made Textured Glass Subway Tile CRAVE
Modwalls© all NEW American Made Texture Glass Subway Tile is CRAVE.
Available in 7 stunning colors, this CRAVE Collection features 3″x8″ glass subway tile with a glamorously textured surface. Ideal for any wall application including kitchen backsplash tile, bathroom tile, fireplace tile, feature wall tile, and pool tile. CRAVE tiles can be in stalled in a stacked or offset pattern. Would be dynamic as a solid tile installation or feel free to mix and match with other CRAVE colors.
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It’s always fun to name the new products and colors – especially the colors – here at modwalls! We always get a good laugh (or groan) from the options being put out there for consideration. It’s truly a collective effort from the modwalls team!
Last week we received a highly anticipated shipment of existing products and some new goodies. So new in fact, we’re still loading them on to our site. Here’s sneak preview of some of our newest products as well as some reminders of other fun items back in stock.
Without further ado…
I’d like to introduce you to our ModDotz Porcelain Penny Rounds in “Blue Steel”! Other color name ideas were Narwhal, Calypso, Ultra-marine, New-er Navy, and Somewhat Less Navy. We decided on Blue Steel since it made us laugh, but the nod-to-Zoolander name is still descriptive of the beautiful jewel-toned blue it is. 🙂
Modwalls is “Making Tile Modern” with fresh and colorful collections inspired by mid century architecture and design.
If interested, please check out our online tile showroom at www.modwalls.com. We stock in Northern California and ship throughout North America. Samples available. Discounts to the trade.
“Our first ever Bath & Spa special issue is filled with the latest in bathroom design, from outdoor showers to luxurious personal saunas. Dwell’s editors bring the latest and hottest products for any lavatory and any budget.” -Dwell Magazine
“Capturing San Diego’s beachy, laid-back vibe with just a handful of sun-shining-on-the-Pacific tile colors was Public Architecture and Planning‘s real trick in this charming bathroom. By relying on a multihued array of small tiles, Public’s principal James Brown credits his clients, Kim and Torrey Lee, with selecting a ‘seamless palette that brought the color and feel of the ocean’ into the home.”
“The clients requested an open shower with a large tub. But they asked to be surprised with the design of the entire house. I hope they jumped!” -Architect James Brown