Creating a stand-out space can easily be done by selecting the perfect lineup of tiles. Today we aim to cover exactly which colorful tiles can instantly transform a space and create a captivating and standout design. With a multitude of tile colors available we visit some of our favorite below.

Patterned Tile (Multi-Colored Tile)

Design By: Carla Maria Design | Featured Tile: Angela Harris Dunmore Sonata Mural Tile

Multi-colored tiles with patterned bodies without a doubt are the easiest way to create a statement in your space. 

Extremely versatile, they can work in a myriad of spaces. 

Place patterned, colored tiles on a mudroom floor to enliven the space and make it inviting for guests. Colorful tile floor can be extremely bold and eye-catching and become a real talking point.

Add multi-colored tile as an accent wall in a foyer as a more lasting option to wallpaper.

You can also dress up any kitchen backsplash with a patterned body tile and without question, have a unique design.

Blue Tile 

Design By: London Pierce Interiors | Featured Tile: Bellami Triangulo Azul 5×5 Glazed Ceramic Tile

An underrated color, blue, can instantly create a focal point in design.

You can use blue tile in a variety of ways to create either a subtle or more impactful statement, depending on the color, shape and size of tile.

In the bathroom, as an accent wall, you can use a hexagon blue hexagon tile to create a sense of serenity and movement. 

In the shower, try using blue as an accent piece to accessorize the overall design. You can use a white subway tile on the walls of the shower, and have a niche with a statement blue tile.

In the kitchen, you can create a splash guard behind the stove with a bold blue mosaic (like this one) and have the rest of the backsplash be a light blue subway tile.

Pink Tile 

Featured Tile: Portmore Pnk 3×8 Glazed Ceramic Tile

An instantly transformative choice, pink tile can give any space a sense of classy lightness. 

There are a few areas that pink tile works best. 

In small bathrooms a pink tile can add a sense of dimensionality and similarly to white, can make a space feel larger.

As a wet bar backsplash, a pink tile can create a modern edge and pairs extremely well with brass accents.

Green Tile 

Design By: | Featured Tile: Seaport Chameleon 2×10 Polished Ceramic Tile

Like blue, green is another often overlooked color. Yet, it lends an organic, earthy feeling to a space and can create a great statement piece. 

In the kitchen, using green tile can instantly make a color pop, especially if paired with white cabinetry or used as a colorful tile backsplash.

In the bathroom, a pale green tile (like this one) can create a soothing, spa like atmosphere.

There you have it: Several options of colored tiles to enhance your design and create a statement for years to come. Take a look at our fantastic selection of colorful tiles.