The Top 10 Tile Glazes We're Most Excited About in 2021
Design by: Tiffany Skilling Interiors | Photo by: Ash & Co. Creative | Glaze: Nebula
With all of us spending more time at home, creating a space you love has never been more important. Make a resolution to reinvent and refresh for the year ahead! We’ve rounded up the top designer picks for 2021 and beyond below...
Straight from the Earth Tones
A dark pine green with a muted velveteen finish, Limerick is a bold and beautiful choice for any space.
“Green is a staple in our color wheel and it’s showing in all textiles, artwork, clothing etc. This is why I feel Limerick will trend for 2021! Green always has its presence, it’s a forever tone.” - Designer Marilyn Kurelis, Kurelis Interiors
Copper Canyon is captivating with traces of ice blue framed by deep, burnt brown. An organic oxymoron, we love the delicate patina it brings in both big and small doses.
A soft silky blue with hints of green, Lagoon evokes a sense of serenity, each tile deep and soothing like the morning tide.
Tunis' dimensional blue-grey color is a perfect way to conjure up the beauty of a seaside escape.
Glacier's cool, glossy white brings timeless elegance to any space with a snowy finish formed by a special glaze technique used by our artists.
Not Your Average Neutrals
An unexpected twist on an undeniably timeless hue, the dark grey of Reflect dazzles with a speckled metallic finish.
Vision is a warm white glaze color flecked with gold crystalline that brings a textured effect that's almost celestial in feel.
Molokai makes any space memorable with a bright green crackle base speckled with light blue crystalline.
A true showstopper, Kawah gives your eyes a visual feast with the naturally formed crystalline evoking layer after layer of vibrant texture. The copper base has a hint of burnt orange that play happily with midnight teal crystals on the surface.
“I love the idea of using Kawah for a fireplace. I think it has the perfect mix of that Mid-Century Modern burnt orange color in the background and the pop of teal to add something fresh and unexpected. The crystal blooms create a natural pattern that artists dream about. I keep a piece of Kawah on my desk as inspiration to never design anything ordinary.” - Ashley Kasper, A. Kitchen Design House