How To Use Green In Your Decor

Green in the bathroom is stunning – it creates a fresh, clean-looking room that is neither clinical or cold. And we have some beautiful tiles that will make your bathroom or kitchen sing.

How To Use Green In Your Decor

Why is Green So Gorgeous?

Green is a natural and calming colour, perfect for invigorating your mood and home after the dreary dark winter months. So, how will you incorporate this hot trending colour into your décor this year?

Whichever tone or shade you love, from cool, refreshing pale mint green to the smart and sophisticated grey-greens like sage and olive, it goes with pretty much everything you care to throw at it.

Deep Earthy Shades

Bring natural elements to your room design by selecting gorgeous shades of green such as botanical shades. The classic heritage shade of moss green – a deep, rich tone, is the perfect look for a country kitchen. Accompany with dark grey floor tiles for a sophisticated, more dramatic look (and to hide the dirt) or with a pale shade of neutral. A paler tone of green-grey is a popular colour in painted furnishings at the moment. Pair them with pale tones of floor tile that have a slightly rustic edge.

Kitchen Inspiration

Green Patterned tiles can be added to the wall or floor to highlight key focal points in the room, such as the dining room table as a splashback. Green metro tiles are ideal kitchen wall tile sizes, such as Brick Olive, La Boca Green, Habana Green and Galapagos Mint. If you like a little shimmer with your shower, then take a look at the Shimmer Green wall tile. A subtle pale green, which looks sophisticated when set against the crisp white of bathroom fittings.

Green Bathroom Designs

Green certainly does creates a fresh, clean-looking room that is neither clinical or cold. And we have some beautiful tiles that will make your bathroom sing. Take, for example, the Tinte Mist Green Gloss wall tile, a glossy sage-green-grey tile with a delicately uneven surface that gives a handmade feel to the tiles, and a distinctive look to the bathroom. This tile also looks beautiful in a kitchen - its muted colour works best paired with off-white walls or kitchen cabinetry. Brick in Olive is a beautiful colour in the kitchen too, especially when used as the backdrop for a simple oak kitchen.

Lighter Green Tones

Lighter shades and tones of green can add a freshness to the design and hint of colour to the room without overpowering the overall scheme. Shades includes mint, verdone and light green shades.

Green Flooring Ideas

Floor tiles can be the focal point, suxh as using pattern or geometric designs or they can support the rest of the room scheme.

Bold Zesty Designs

Zesty greens can add a zing to the room, taking centre stage with a bold and beautiful statement.

Green Tile Finishing Touches & Design Tips

Grout Colour - Grout choice is an important factor as it can either coordinate, contrast or harmonise with the tiles - it is a visible part of teh tile design often overlooked. Possible coordinating grout colours include BAL Micromax 2 Peppermint if a light tone. Also consider darker grout colours such as BAL Micromax 2 Tornado Sky to see which suits the style you desire. White grout is also an option to contrast green colours to frame each tile. All grout colours have matching silicone sealants also to complete the look.

Tile Pattern - consider vertical or horizontal tile patterns to influence size perceptions of the room.

Contact the Tileflair Helpdesk to help you find the perfect tiles.

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