Color of the Moment: Driftwood
Today the spotlight is on one of our all-time favorite colors: Driftwood.
Inspired by nature, this dynamic neutral color has been a hit since we introduced it in our Lush® glass tile collection in 2008.
We first debuted the color in a 1×1 frosted and glossy blend (pictured below).
Now well established as a one of modwalls® MVCs (Most Valuable Colors), last month we introduced the color in our Lush® 4×12 “Major” subway tile line, which is quickly becoming our hottest glass tile size.
Our Lush® 4×12 Driftwood tile is sold by the square foot sheet and each sheet has three 4″x12″ tiles stacked “straight-joint.” The sheets of tile can be installed as is, or you can peel each tile off of its mesh-backing to install “brick-joint” or staggered, like any traditional brick-tile installation. (Read more about brick-joint and straight joint tile installation here: http://designernotes.modwalls.com/tag/brick-joint-tile/).
Driftwood… Do it!
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