Inspiration and DIY 4 Pantone “Color of the Year” Tiles for Your 2016 Remodel

Egyptian Glass™ in Rosetta 1 x 1 mosaics

Photo features Egyptian Glass™ in Rosetta 1 x 1 mosaics

 
 

4 PANTONE "COLOR OF THE YEAR" TILES FOR YOUR 2016 REMODEL

Did you hear? The official Pantone Color of the Year was announced. We're excited to show you Rose Quartz and Serenity-hued tile that will put your kitchen color palette right on trend.

CRISTALLO GLASS™ TILE-AQUAMARINE
From the Cristallo Glass series, the color Aquamarine is a mosaic tile you can use as a decorative border or accent. The subtle variation in color from pearl-esque pink to calming blue, makes this the perfect match for the colors of the year.

NATURAL HUES™-ATLANTIS
This soft blue hints at the calming effect the colors of the year strive for. Natural Hues is a versatile series that can be used to customize patterns and borders or create murals. There are several more shades of blue to choose from in the series.

 

SEMI-GLOSS™-CARNATION PINK
This rosy hue echoes the color of the year with warmth. It is an ideal tile for walls and countertops and helps you add a splash of soothing color to backsplashes and mosaic accents.

CITY LIGHTS™-CAPRI
This colorful and luminescent glass mosaic draws the eye and sets your space apart. It can be used to create a feature wall or as an accent border. It is also popular as a backsplash. Also check out City Lights in Tokyo, which has rose and eggplant tones.

Find more tile to complement the Pantone Color of the Year and complete the trendy look of your new kitchen or bathroom.

 

 

HOW IS THE COLOR OF THE YEAR CHOSEN?

In secret committee, top designers from all over the world collect information from industry professionals in everything from auto making to clothing retail. They take these suggestions then deliberate before finalizing a single color that the world will embrace for the year.

The final decision is not only about which colors sell or popular paint chips. Color tastemakers also consider current moods in politics and the economy. They reflect on the color of the year as a symbol of the world’s common attitudes; a snapshot of our global environment.