Alita Tile » Color

Color Guide

Tile colors add a touch of fun and creativity to your decor. We recommend you choose a color that will suit your taste, look great in your space, complement the rest of your decor, and elevate your mood every time you see it. Feeling overwhelmed by all the options available? We’ve got you covered.


Red Tile

The color red can act as a great accent color to bring warmth to a chilly space or create a dramatic effect within a room. Red is also believed to increase appetite, making it an excellent choice for kitchens. Adding a red tile feature wall to a long or narrow room can visually alter the proportions.

orange tile

Orange Tile

Depending on the saturation level, orange has a contrasting effect between the warm and welcoming aspects of yellow and the excitement of red. For large applications, orange tiles can be overwhelming, so consider using them as accents or for smaller projects like a backsplash. In addition, rooms that require a great deal of energy, such as exercise rooms, benefit from orange hues.

yellow tile

Yellow Tile

Choosing the right shade of yellow is critical, as dull yellows can de-energizing instead of uplift, and very bright yellows can overwhelm. Yellow tile is ideally suited for bathrooms, kitchens, and dining rooms. In addition to creating the illusion of light, yellow tiles can also be used for hallways and other windowless spaces.

yellow tile
green tile

Green Tile

Green tiles go with any interior design. Green tiles in different shades can bring exciting contrast to a monochromatic color scheme, while light green accent tiles with gray exude a modern vibe. Additionally, pairing green tile with wood tones establishes a natural and organic aesthetic. Another popular tile option is celery green, which works well in both living rooms and bathrooms, and is also light and refreshing in kitchens.

blue tile

Blue Tile

It is important to note that the effects of blue tiles are dependent upon the particular shade. The calming effects of blue tile make it the perfect addition to any room in which you want to feel relaxed, such as a bedroom, bathroom, or kitchen. Blue tiles are also commonly used in creative backsplash designs.

blue tile
Installation of Oceanside Glasstile material at Seattle, WA wine bar, SIP.

Purple Tile

You can use purple tiles to add depth to a neutral design scheme or to brighten it up. A dark purple tile adds an air of mystery to a room and creates an ideal backdrop for silver and crystal accents. Light purple tile shades such as lavender tiles and lilac tiles add a soft and soothing feeling to a room – or a happy feeling when combined with colors such as chartreuse or aqua.

white tile

White Tile

White tiles can make a room appear bigger, but they can also seem cold, sterile, or barren when not balanced out with other colors or accent pieces. Choosing the right undertone for the white tile is important. White tile with yellow undertones softens any warm or neutral color scheme, so it’s a great choice for softening any decor space, while white tile with blue undertones looks crisp and striking.

white tile
gray tile

Gray Tile

Grey has a calming effect, bringing serenity and sophistication to the room. While solid grays and grays with cool undertones communicate strength and confidence, grays with warm undertones convey comfort, thoughtfulness, and delicacy. Gray tiles are often used as a neutral backdrop to make other colors stand out. You can also create an understated elegance by using different gray tones or shades.

black tile

Black Tile

If used heavily, black tiles can be overwhelming, so only use them in small spaces or single applications. In addition to being an accent color, black tile also helps to balance other colors so that they stand out more. Black and white tiles are a classic combination in checkerboard forms of circles and dots, or black marble-looking tiles with white veining, or black tiles with stark white grout that emphasizes the layout patterns.

brown tile

Brown Tile

While brown tile often has a traditional look, that doesn’t mean it’s out of style! The mood your brown tile creates depends significantly on the shade of brown or beige you choose, along with any other design elements in the room. By using brown tile, you can create a striking contrast of light and dark tones. Shades of beige, linen and flax lend a warm, sophisticated feel to a space and create inviting neutrals for minimalism, farmhouse, and traditional decors.

Skip to content