Tertiary Colors: Exploring the Color Wheel with Tile

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tertiary color wheel illustrated with tile and mosaics

  The tertiary color wheel illustrated with tile and mosaics. Color Complexities: Mixing any one of the three basic colors in the Primary Color Wheel (red, yellow and blue), with any one of the colors created in the Secondary Color Wheel (violet, orange, green) yields six completely new colors: Red-Violet = red + violet Blue-Violet = blue+violet Blue-Green = blue+ … Read More

Secondary Colors: Exploring the Color Wheel with Tile

Carmen NatschkeDecorating Diva U

secondary color wheel illustrated with tile and mosaics

 The secondary color wheel illustrated with tile and mosaics. Basic Partnerships: Mixing the three basic colors in the Primary Color Wheel: red, yellow and blue, with their respective neighboring color yields three completely new colors: orange (red and yellow), violet (red and blue) and green (blue and yellow). Violet Oyster Crackle Squares Shell Tile at Agape Tile. Vetricolor Glass Mosaic … Read More

Primary Colors: Exploring the Color Wheel with Tile

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primary color wheel illustrated with tile and mosaics

     The primary color wheel illustrated with tile and mosaics. Simple Beginnings: All colors are derived from combinations created with three basic colors: red, blue, and yellow. Hexagon Mosaic Cobalt Blue Tile – Classic Tile & Marble.   Mesh Mounted Mamounia Tiles in Bright Red – Tierra y Fuego. Trend Q Yellow Tile – Trend USA.

Artsaics by Nelson Londono: Couture Stone Mosaics

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Artsaics‘  highly detailed handcrafted stone mosaics and artistic tiles (composed of many materials: antiqued mirror, metals, hand-cut glass, crystals, metals and semi-precious stones) introduce a level of luxury and elegant glamour to the home.

August 14th Design Event: Better Homes and Gardens Blogger Social and Live Q & A

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My friend,the divinely talented and stylish, Amy Beth Cupp Dragroo of ABCD Design is moderating a Twitter design chat hosted by Better Homes & Garden. You won’t want to miss it! Date: Tuesday August 14th Where: Twitter ( hashtag – #BHGStyle ) When: 6-8:30 PM ET – Twitter Q&A starts at 6:30 PM ET

Ruan Hoffmann's Entrapercevoir series, much love me & Cle Tile

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Ruan Hoffman Much Love Me tile series

Ruan Hoffmann’s evocative series ‘much love me’ ( 12” x 12” lithography on limestone) is emotionally reminiscent of Edvard Munch’s most famous works depicting the vulnerability, and fragility of the human condition. But within that frailty, one can catch a fleeting glimpse of strength and determination. Available at Cle Tile.