Combining a color and material that will never go out of style, blue tile is an excellent choice for any space. Blue is quickly emerging as a popular “neutral” tile color, and also comes in numerous shades to pair with any decor. Choose pale blue tile for a vintage vibe, royal blue tile for a stately feel, blue-green tile for an under-the-sea essence—the options are limitless!

Most recently, we’ve seen classic blue take off as Pantone’s 2020 color of the year. Blue and white tile is also an emerging trend that brings the classic look of Delft tile to 21st-century design.

Use your blue tile for a backsplash, shower, flooring, and more — you can’t go wrong with this favorite. Explore the photos below and then our Pinterest board for inspirational tile in light blue, dark blue, and everything in between.


This variegated turquoise ceramic tile in squares and stacked subway shapes allow the wall and island backsplash to catch the light just like water, transporting us to the Mediterranean coast—a bold choice for costal decor or a contemporary design.

Light Blue Ceramic Tile Backsplash

Nothing rivals a view of the ocean — except maybe this pastel blue ceramic tile backsplash. The backsplash leads your gaze right to the sea, but still, you might find yourself returning to the tile. Although light in color, the backsplash won’t show any stains or scratches; and you won’t need to worry about water…

Gray Brick-Look Ceramic Tile Wall

Get the look of brick in any color you want with ceramic tile, whether the classic red brick or this contemporary charcoal small subway tile in a brick pattern . . . or something completely different. Ceramic tile offers you a huge variety to choose from.

Glossy Blue Herringbone Tile Backsplash

Two winning ingredients for an eye-catching ceramic tile kitchen backsplash: a deep blue tone in a herringbone pattern. Of course, a ceramic tile backsplash is more that good looks, you also get, stain-, water-, and flame-resistance!

Art Deco Mosaic Hexagon Tile Wal

As with an exquisite chandelier, these pearl and silver elongated mosaic hexagon tiles drip down the wall in an Art Deco-esque zigzag pattern. The pattern creates a wallpaper look but with the bonus of durability and easy cleaning you get with tile.