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Accent Tiles


Accent Tiles

Find colorful accent tiles to create a distinctive focal point in your kitchen or bathroom design.

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Accent tiles can help you create a distinctive design in your kitchen or bathroom. Incorporating accent tiles into your home design can also help you get the best visual impact for the most reasonable value. For example, you can combine plain ceramic tiles with colorful glass accent tiles in your bathroom to create a centerpiece in your kitchen or bathroom. Accent tiles can add a pop of color to your shower and help you open up your space by creating visual depth. Pair accent tiles with dramatic lighting to highlight their radiant design.

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You can create visual depth in your shower by combining simple and more intricate tiles. For example, you primarily use porcelain white tile in your shower and then select an area to be cut out with decorative glass tile. Create contrast by primarily using white tiles and colorful blue, red, orange or yellow glass accent tiles.

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If you would like to lengthen the ceiling in your bathroom or kitchen, then you can create vertical stripes of accent tiles alongside simple tiles. Vertical accent tiles open up small spaces and look beautiful alongside light square tiles.

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A popular choice for accent tiles includes incandescent tiles. These shiny tiles are perfect for a bathroom or a backsplash. Glass accent tiles reflect light and can easily add color to your home. These look great grouped together or sprinkled into the overall design.

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Accent tiles not only look good in your shower, but they also can help tie together your bathroom space. You can use the same accent tiles in your shower and behind your sink to pick up various colors throughout your bathroom. By placing different accent tiles throughout your bathroom, you will help the unique colors stand out.

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A great choice for floors, backsplashes, and more, tile can add color and design to a variety of rooms. If you're interested in adding tile to your home décor, use this guide to help you decide what type of tile will work best for you.
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