There’s really no way you can go wrong with white tile – its versatility is a superpower. And while white tile is inherently timeless, don't let its universality fool you into thinking it's basic. Playing with shapes, transitions and variations can ensure your white tile is a low key stunner. Continue reading to learn more ways to use white tile.
1. Chevron Diamond Tiled Shower
White subway tile is always a classic, but exploring different shapes is one way you can add more creative flair to your tile design. A chevron tile statement wall, like in this bathroom shower, keeps the vibe upbeat.
For more ways to use our Diamond tile, visit our blog "Diamond Tile: Small, Medium, Large"
2. Moroccan Fish Scale Bathroom
Our signature Moroccan Fish Scale tile adds fluidity and warmth to any design, no matter the tile shade. Plus, make your small bathroom seem larger by using white Moroccan Fish Scales like these homeowners did below. Light colors will brighten the room, and the curved shape expands the perceived visual space.
Find more photos of this stunning bathroom with our blog "How to Tile a Small Space on a Budget."
3. White Diamond Tiled Island
A white diamond tile island embodies this kitchen’s lively aesthetic, but doesn’t compete with the bold, bright yellow walls. In this Hedley & Bennett kitchen, our 130 White is a glossy and perfectly varied option to complete this happy space.
For more tiled kitchen islands, visit our blog "6 Inspiring Ways to Tile your Kitchen Island"
4. Ombré 'River' Kitchen Backsplash
You can also use white tile to create either a striking or subtle color transition in your design. This kitchen backsplash designed by Construction2Style used white subway tile to anchor a black and gray ombré “river” pattern above the oven range.
For more projects inspired by this design, visit our blog "Trendy Tile Designs Inspired by One Custom Backsplash"
2”x6” - 130 White. Medium Diamonds - 130 White, 77E Grey, 60 Silver Lining, 815W Light Grey, 155 Steel, 912W Cloudy Sky, 366 Satin Black, 613 Black 2"x6" Subway Tile - 130 White.
Interior Design - Construction2Style
Photography - Chelsie Lopez Productions
5. Geo-Hex Ombré Tiled Front Desk
Taking a more understated approach, Brow Chic Salon used hexagon and diamond tile in a combination of neutrals to transition their statement wall from white to dark gray tile. An ombre from grey to white is becoming a hit amongst our clients and it is the perfect way to make a minimalist statement.
For more minimalist tile ideas, visit our blog "Minimalist Tile Concepts"
6. White Hexagon Tiled Kitchen Backsplash
Because each of our glazes are hand-applied, every single tile that leaves our studio will be distinctive in its own way. You can also play around with variation in the glaze. Whereas a high-variation glaze means there will be a wider range in shades, hues, and textures, a low variation glaze will appear more uniform in color. This kitchen backsplash used hexagon tiles in a high variation white to create an organic, natural aesthetic.
To see more Hexagon tile projects, visit our blog “6 Ways To Use Hexagon Tile In Your Home”
It doesn’t matter if you lean towards neutrals or vivid colors, we’ve got options for every different taste and style. Let’s talk about it – contact Mercury Mosaics today to get started on your dream tile design.