Tile, Fashion and LAX: Color-Blocking Is Worth Copying
Have you ever flown through LAX and notice the color blocked mosaic tile tunnel walls?
We made the super quick trip from SF to LA this past weekend (55 minute flight, baby), and it struck us how the 50 year old mosaic design is back at the height of fashion right now!
If you’ve had your eyes open, you’ve probably noticed color-blocking EVERYWHERE these last few seasons.
The LAX installation just reminded us of how freakin’ cool mosaic glass tile like our Brio® tile really is!
So classic, its literally been around for thousands of years, and yet its still fresh and modern, even 50 years after being installed. Mosaic tile really is on-trend all of the time. It’s très chic.
Love our Brio® mosaic tile but feel like color-blocking may be a bit too bold for your space? You might want to try a solid-color mosaic for your first project.
This bathroom (which was featured in Dwell), has our Brio® 3/4″ mosaic tile in the color “Tarragon.”
Or you can color-block using different mediums. This kitchen features modwalls® Brio® 3/4″ “Clear Red” tile on the kitchen backsplash and its complimented by 2 colors of orange paint and dark cabinets.
How would you color-block? Color-block your clothes? Color-block your home? What’s your take on this vibrant trend?
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