When it comes to glass tile, a true red is the hardest color to achieve, but the expert designers at Susan Jablon have taken red to the next level. Check out this six-pack of ways you can incorporate the most striking of the primary colors into your home.
1.Glitz and Glam Rouge
Give your home a little extra sparkle and pizzazz with our brilliant Red Glitter Glass Tiles. Pair this stunning, sparkling red with a gorgeous gold for a regal finish in any space.
2. Shimmering Red Iridescent Accent
Make a statement in your home with sensational, shimmering red accent wall. Highlight a cool niche in your bathroom, like the one pictured above, or go all out with a full wall of eye-catching crimson tiles.
3. Wall-to-Wall Red!
Why stop at just one accent wall? Remodel your entire room in scarlet for an interesting Modern pop! Check out this bathroom design featuring our Tomato Red 2-inch tiles on all four walls. The best part is that this killer bathroom is in a house with an all-white modern color scheme. Iâ€™d say it definitely is the pop of color the homeowners were after!
4. A Chic Circle Combination!
Sticking with the striking color combination of red and white, this next backsplash is a chic design that certainly has graduated from candy cane stripes and barber poles. Our hand fused circles can give your space that futuristic feel youâ€™re looking for!
5. Red Balloons and Confetti!
While circles can give you a certain geometric look, mixing them into one of our hybrid designs, along with square and rectangular tiles, can give you a one-of-a-kind abstract design that is sure to stun your guests. Patterned after Frank Lloyd Wrightâ€™s Coonley Playhouse Windows, this fun and vibrant design mimics a parade with confetti and red balloons. Even among all the colors, the addition of the red circles and squares really make this abstract design come to life!
6. Customize It!
With our Custom Mosaic Designer tool, you can mix and match tiles to create your perfect tile design. This customer evokes a poppy field or an old school diner by pairing a red backsplash and a mix of stainless steel and black tiles. Add in the beautiful black countertop and cherry cabinets, this backsplash is a true show stopper.