Colorful Tile in Real Homes

Colorful Tile in Real Homes

Sarah Coffey
Mar 1, 2010
Many people are afraid to experiment with colorful tile, since you have to live with it a lot longer than a paint job. But ceramic or glass tile generally appears deeper, richer, and more saturated than a painted surface. If you're embarking on a renovation, consider using a colored tile that you really love. Most likely, it will be the stand-out element in your kitchen or bathroom. To inspire you, we've rounded up a selection of photos from real homes—no catalog images here! For a deeper look inside each space, click through the links below. FIRST ROW1 Cathy's Contemporary Reflection of Nature2 Jason and John's Hyper Saturated Home3 Family Friendly Austin ModHouse4 Family Friendly Austin ModHouse5 Misty's Bright and Colorful Cottage SECOND ROW6 Archana's Eastern Sun7 Plug-In House by Pierluigi Molteni8 Lorena and Esteban's Modern Yet Folsky Abode9 Catherine and Robin's Earthy Modern Airie10 Chris and Heather's Happy, Hippy Haven Photos: Cathy / Apartment Therapy Color Contest 2009 (1), Jill Slater (2), Misty Adair (3, 4), Adrienne Breaux (5), Archana (6), Sarah Coffey (7), Lorena Siminovich (8), Leah (9), Kyle Freeman (10)
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