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Are you in the process of selecting the perfect Lush® glass subway tile color for your project?Selecting the right tile color can be difficult – especially from a computer screen! We find ourselves regularly attempting to describe the nuances of similar Lush® colors over the phone, and trust me, it’s not easy!In an effort to help make this process a little easier, we’ve taken these pictures to compare the subtle variations of our most popular Lush® colors.Enjoy! Of course we also offer brights like Poppy Orange, Butter Yellow and Tomato Red.And sizes from 1×2 to 6×12 now made in North America.Check out our entire Lush subway tile collection and order samples.We want you to Live Your Colors with Modwalls Tile.Creating colorful modern tile since 2005. January 26, 2016 at 4:06 pm modwallsdesignernotes Leave a comment Happy Friday, friends!Today we’re showing you more of Katie Brown’s stunning revamped Amagansett home and this time we’re sharing her sweet daughter Prentiss’s bathroom.Katie hand picked modwalls® Lush® glass subway tile “Driftwood” for her master bathroom (read our blog and see photos here), and she choose our classic white glass subway tile Lush® 3×6 Cloud for her daughter Meredith’s bathroom (we posted photos on a previous blog, which you can view here).For her daughter Prentiss’s bathroom, Katie decided to go with our popular color Lush® Surf in our 1×2 brick joint mini subway tile size. We also carry this watery, aqua green Lush® color in a traditional 3×6 size, and an extra large format 4×12 subway size. And we recently rolled out the color in our Lush® 1×4 size, which is a modwalls®-only size and can’t be found anywhere else.Say “hi” to one beautiful bathroom:*Sigh*We just love her style!Which bathroom is your favorite? February 24, 2012 at 1:47 pm modwallsdesignernotes 1 comment What do you get when you salvage a “Ming Green” sink and tub and add modwalls’ tiles?You get one retro-licious bathroom.Check out this magnificentness:The too-cute countertop tile is our Lush® 1×2 Santa Monica subway tile blend. So yummy.And then there’s the tub and the super cool custom tile design our customer created with our Lush® 1×2 Santa Monica blend plus our Lush® 3×6 glass subway tiles in the colors (from top of the tub to bottom): Vapor, Breaker, Pool, Surf and Seagrass.This sweet bathroom looks like its straight out of the pages of our new favorite book, Pantone’s The 20th Century of Color.See what we mean?Collage we created from Pantone's "The 20th Century of Color"We think Grace would approve.From Pantone's "The 20th Century of Color" February 14, 2012 at 1:03 pm modwallsdesignernotes 1 comment We’ve noticed that modwalls®’s customers seem to favor three colors more than any others in our Lush® palette:1) Lush® Cloud, our classic white glass tile.2) Lush® Vapor, a subtle pale blue.3) Lush® Surf, a soothing, watery green.And it’s this last color that sparked today’s color inspiration: mellow, minty green.Here’s a Japanese soaking tub with our Lush® 3×6 Surf backsplash tile:This mod bathroom has our ModDotz™ Pistachio porcelain penny round tiles:Here’s a slightly different take on the color as seen in our 3/4″ mosaic tile blend Brio® Surfside:And another variation, this time the tile is our Lush® 1×2 blend Santa Monica.And finally, one of our favorites is this kitchen with Lush® 4×12 Surf tile:What do you think of this color trend?Is is you? January 23, 2012 at 2:52 pm modwallsdesignernotes 3 comments Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.Join 5,644 other followers Blog at WordPress.com.
We’re loving the nautical influence this spring from fashion and home accessories, like this Rope Bowl, $40, from OKKNOT on etsy.com or this Top Rope Mirror, $219, from Land of Nod. Rope Table Lamp (base), $150, from Pottery Barn. Rope Tie Back, $14, from Ballard Designs. Or these Rope Tie Backs, $56-$80, from Restoration Hardware that come in different shades and with different color hardware. There are lots of nautical home accessories to choose from on Hand Crafted Nautical Decor, like rowing oars in various shades, patterns and painted colors. Creating a color palette for your home can be a bit easier if you choose something you are inspired by… like the sea, sand, a forest, even a farmer’s market. I always like to keep in mind the flow from room to room. As you are sitting in one room you will be looking into the adjacent rooms, so it’s a good idea to consider what colors are next to each other as you travel throughout your home. Pale shades of neutral colors for your walls are always a good investment and you can bring in color or keep within … Read more As the official start of the summer season starts today we were inspired by seashells. Nature is a wonderful place to start when you are looking for a color palette. It can be from the colors in an object, like this shell, or a larger landscape in general- for instance if you are looking at the ocean you have the sky, the many colors of blue in the sea, the white or tan sand, the green or straw beach grass- these can all inspire a palette. We have selected Benjamin Moore colors to help you apply this palette to … Read more Throughout the beach house I used Benjamin Moore’s, Blue Note, Westcott Navy, Seafoam, Ice Mist, Ocean Air, Gossamer Blue, Jamestown Blue, Rendezvous Bay and Calypso Blue. The formal dining/living/family room is painted in blue note- it’s warm and cozy and the black flat screen tv disappears against it. You almost feel like you are in a movie theatre. The casual breakfast room is painted in decorator’s white but the painter dropped about 2 drops of blue note into the white to make a beautiful blue gray. The hallways are painted in sea foam. The kitchen and … Read more This is one of my favorite inspirational photos of a bathroom in Nantucket featured by House Beautiful and photographed by Francesco Lagnese. It’s painted in Farrow & Ball’s, ‘Borrowed Light’. Here are some other favorite blue paint colors from the editors and designers featured in Elle Decor and House Beautiful that I pulled together for you. Elle Decor’s Favorite Blues: House Beautiful’s favorite blues: Waterside by Parker Paint 7573M, Verditer Blue by Sherwin-Williams, Electric Blue 225 by C2 Paint, Sassy Blue by Sherwin-Williams, Chinese Blue by Farrow & Ball, Heavenly Blue … Read more