Sometimes less is more, and that comes into play with neutral colors such as grey. Grey is an ideal color for keeping things balanced and calm, while also being able to jazz a design up. From a darker steel to light grey, there is a shade of grey for everyone. Keep reading to see 7 ways you can incorporate grey tile into your home.
1. Dreamy Kitchen
Simplicity at its finest! The first way you can transform a space with grey tile is by keeping things sweet and simple by sticking to one solid toned glaze color. You can add a fun tile shape such as Fish Scales to add some personality as well as decorating with pops of color!
For more on this kitchen transformation, visit our blog “Before & After – Grey Moroccan Fish Scale Backsplash”Large Moroccan Fish Scales – Custom Color
Photography by Jacob Snavely
2. Sweet Shower Statement
Grey tile alone can be a statement piece, but including other neutral colors adds a touch of flare. This grey shower tile is a perfect example of how white and greys can turn a space into a work of art. The unique combination of Hexagon and Diamond tiles amps up the overall design and feel. Note the beautiful treatment of tile inside the shower niche. Doesn’t this Geo-Hex pattern tie the whole design together?!
For bathroom project inspiration, visit our blog “Reclaim Your Throne: Bathroom Renovation Checklist”
3. Wave Pattern
For those who think bigger is better and love texture, this Wave Pattern is perfect for you! The Wave Pattern uses our Medium Moroccan Fish Scale tile laid out in this unique and mosaic way. This design pairs perfectly with our steel glaze and gives off the best monochromatic vibes!
To see more Wave Pattern tile projects, visit our blog “Make Tile Waves with Moroccan Fish Scales”
Medium Moroccan Fish Scales in Wave Pattern – 155 Steel
4. Fabulous Hexagon Floor
Ceramic floors are a must due to their easy maintenance and durability, so why not make it stand out? By combining neutrals colors, you can pair tile with other flooring such as wood to create a grand entrance. This entryway uses a balanced mix of light and dark colors to create a gorgeous grey Hexagon floor tile design, ready for any and every season.
For more on this home remodel, visit our blog “Tile Home Tour: Newly Remodeled Mid-Centrury Home”
5. Neutral Bubble Accents
While most people think to use pops of colors for accents, grey is a great way to keep things calm and light. This Bubbles accent piece proves that a little goes a long way with tile, and neutral colors are just as statement worthy as any others.
For more Bubble tile inspiration, visit our blog “9 Ways to Use Bubbles”2x4 Subway & Chair Rails – 301 Marshmallow
Bubbles – 60 Silver Lining, 77E Grey, 11 Deco White, 301 Marshmallow
6. Minimalist Grey Ombré
This reception desk at Brow Chic is the definition of a showstopper. Minimalistic designs such as this white to grey ombré are both chic and sleek without being overpowering and perfect for any space. If you are thinking about keeping things minimal but still want to make a signature look, then design this is perfect for you!
For more on this project, visit our blog “Dreamy Ombré Tile at Brow Chic Salon”
7. Mid-Century Modern Kitchen with Personality
Mid-Century Modern design is known for its clean lines, and geometric shapes making this Eichler Palm kitchen a perfect fit! Mixing grey and white tile with accents of brighter colors brings out the Californian fun. This is a great example of how simple color accents within a neutral design can add lots of personality to your space.
For more on this project, visit our blog “Palm Springs Eichler Filled with Tile”