Warming your space up can be as easy as one, two, three! From amber hues to espresso, there are many ways you can add both warmness and unique style to your home with tile. Here are six projects using amber shades to help inspire your future projects.
1. Festive Whiskey Bar Tile
First on the list is a fun and festive brown tile backsplash. One way to dress a smaller space up is by using multiple colors and smaller tile shapes. The rich amber hues create a welcoming and cozy environment while the herringbone pattern draws attention to the eye. Plus, this warm backsplash is just one of three handmade tile installations featured in our favorite Mid-Century Modern dream home. Who else wants to come home after a long day to this beautiful home bar?
To see more tiled bars, visit our blog “8 Bar Design Tiled Backsplash Ideas”
Small Bricks & Squares – 65W Amber, 1673 Espresso, Custom Colors
Interior Design - Kinetic Design Build
Photography - Chelsie Lopez
2. Cozy En-Suite Bathroom
Cool and warm tones look stunning together, and this en-suite bathroom is a perfect example of how it can be done! The brown floor tile compliments not only the wooden cabinetry and details, but also the blue and white backsplash. By keeping the cool tones in one specific area, it creates a dreamy balance that doesn’t look too overwhelming. Balance is key when it comes to mixing tones and patterns!
To see more floor tile projects, visit our blog “13 Floor Tile Ideas For Your Home”
3. High Variation Triangles
These glossy Small Triangle beauties are a great way to add texture and dimension to any part of your home! Go big and fill a wall or floor, or go small and use these as brown accent tiles. The high variation of this warm Amber glaze makes it able to stand out alone, or it can look dazzling if paired with other earth tones. The possibilities are endless!
4. Mid-Century Modern Entryway
Make your entryway a statement piece! These brown Hexagon tiles will keep your space looking sleek and make clean-up a breeze, even in the snow-filled winter. The brown floor tile is the perfect glaze color to add accents to, such as these pops of pink! A big plus about ceramic tile is how durable it is as flooring and it’s very easy to maintain. Glossy or matte, any finish will be able to work.
For tips and tricks on cleaning ceramic tile, visit our blog. “How to Clean Ceramic Tile”
Large Hexagons – 1673 Espresso
Interior Design – Kinetic Design Build
Photography – Chelsie Lopez
5. Earthy Toned Kitchen
Want to keep summer all year around? Then earth tones are the ones for you! This beautifully warm brown backsplash is the perfect backdrop for any plants and greenery you may have. One of the best parts of warm hues is the ability to bring a space to life and put your own green thumb personality into it. I mean, look how lively yet simple this kitchen is! By adding details like the floating shelves, everything comes together in the perfect way.
Get more kitchen inspiration with our blog “8 Ways To Use Floating Shelving & Handmade Tile”
6. Bright and Airy Backsplash
One of our favorite ways to bring warmth into a space is by using color blends. This Greyson Blend shows how even warm tones can keep your space bright and fresh. Like we mentioned above, balance is key and that comes into play with color blends as well. In this kitchen, neutral cool toned colors help bring out the amber hues while keeping everything balanced. A great pairing for a backsplash like this are wooden features and simple detailing. By playing around with color palettes, you'll find the perfect color blend for you!
For everything color blends, visit our Blends by You page
Large Triangles – Greyson Blend
Interior Design - Construction2Style
Photography - Chelsie Lopez