Raise your hand if you're hopping on the teal and turquoise tile bandwagon with us! What makes these glossy glazes special is that they can transform any space into a luxurious bohemian masterpiece. We don't choose favorites when it comes to these gorgeous glazes - that's why we put together a list of our 6 favorite teal and turquoise ceramic tile. Keep reading to see some serious eclectic eye-candy!
The ballots are in and these six glaze colors take the price for being our most popular teal and turquoise tile! We could talk about these gorgeous glazes all day but we'd rather show you just how special they are.
For more glaze color inspiration, visit our blog "Glaze Guide - Our Tile Color Palette"
This glossy green glaze is the crème de la crème when it comes to teal and turquoise tile. If we had to choose one glaze and shape combo for every bathroom remodel, it'd be our Large Moroccan Fish Scales in 1017E Sea Mist. It dips it's toes into sea greens, ceruleans, teals, turquoises and much more. If there's a shade in between green and blue, you're sure to find it here.
For more ways to use this glaze color, visit our blog "6 Ways to Use Blue Green Tile"
This glaze is partner in crime to the beloved 1017E Sea Mist. You'll notice the only difference in their names is the letter in front. This letter represents the type of clay used for the tile. Over the years, we've noticed that different glazes respond uniquely to different clay bodies. 1017W Sea Mist encompasses all the same gorgeous hues as 1017E Sea Mist but has a slightly more gritty texture. We love this glaze color in a bungalow style home to stay true to that gritty craftsman style's natural charm.
For more on our handmade tile process, visit our blog "3 Things to Consider When Choosing Glaze Color"
If you're not fully committed to a fully tiled shower, why not opt for a niche instead? This project only needed 2.67 square feet of this deep teal glaze to totally transform the space. This dark aqua glaze color posses slightly more blue than the rest of the bunch. It pairs flawlessly with white marble and brass hardware for a classy and chic look.
Get more niche ideas with our blog "6 Niche Ideas for Chic Shower Shelving"
Nothing shines brighter than our Diamonds in 1036E Bluegrass. This glaze color slips into the teal territory quite often. These 1036E Bluegrass beauties come out of the kiln ranging anywhere from smooth emeralds to deep teals. With a polished and silky finish, these tiles are unbeatable. With copper accents, white cabinetry and open shelving, this bar nook by Quality Cut Design is an all time favorite of ours.
For more on this kitchen, visit our blog "Dazzling Diamond Kitchen Backsplash"
The main difference between 1036E Bluegrass and 1036W Bluegrass is texture. Again, since they are different clay bodies, 1036W Bluegrass has a slightly gritty texture that adds an extra layer of dimension and personality. This shower is the perfect example of more being more. When covering an entire wall with this specific glaze color, you'll be able to see all the perfect imperfections of every tile. The cherry on top? The gorgeous complementary Rebel Walls Mischievous Monkeys wallpaper!
Find more bold shower looks with our blog "7 Statement Shower Wall Ideas You'll Love"
This particular glaze enters more into pine territory but we couldn't help but include it in the list due to it's irresistible, rich tones. With a subtle iridescent finish, this glaze can encompass anything from da eep forest to a gleaming pine green. It's the perfect choice to jazz up a commercial bar space like the Crowne Plaza in North Augusta did to give off that wow factor to anyone who walks in.
For more tiled bars, visit our blog "8 Bar Design Tiled Backsplashes"
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