For 2024, Pantone announced the Color of the Year to be Peach Fuzz. A soothing shade, it invokes a natural warmth that makes it a perfect fit for contemporary interiors. With its balance of sunrise hues and a blend of pink and orange, it has a retro flair that has been one of the biggest trends of the last few years.
Peach fuzz is incredibly versatile as a tile color. Embrace the look of a stylish bathroom with a full peach tile bathroom makeover. Or, mix and match colors by combining peach, white, or beige tiles. For kitchens, add some warmth to your space with a peach backsplash tile.
Finding the perfect shade of peach fuzz can be tricky. At Country Floors, we offer 60+ mosaic tile designs and a plethora of tile colors that you can customize for your interior. To achieve the perfect tone of peach fuzz or any other popular tile color, use our mosaic customization tool. Use the tool to create customized tile projects. Mix and match colors, materials, and even grout to experiment with and personalize tile designs.
Consider some of these customized peach mosaic tile examples below:
Use the tool to create your own unique peach fuzz tile design with a customizable range of colors, patterns, and combinations.
Pantone Color Of The Year Tile Trends
To get inspired for your customizable mosaic tile pattern, check out these peach fuzz tile trends:
1. Organic Modern Peach Fuzz Bathroom
We love the quirky, abstract pattern of this peach tile bathroom with an organic modern design. To offset the bold design, pair it with a neutral ceramic tile like the square white ceramic tile shown above.
2. Retro Pink Bathroom Tile
There’s something so charming about a warm-toned pink bathroom tile that recalls 50s design trends. Embrace the retro look with a peach ceramic tile.
3. Modern Sunset Bathroom Vanity Backsplash
This striking salmon-toned bathroom vanity backsplash has a slightly darker hue than Pantone’s Color of the Year. Nevertheless, it adds a bold warmth to this bathroom design, which offsets the minimalist white decor nicely.
4. Natural Peach Terracotta Bathroom Tile
If you’re looking to be inspired by the Pantone Color of the Year but prefer a more natural hue, then consider going for a light ceramic tile for wall and flooring installations. These ceramic tiles from the Status Ceramic Collection add a subtle peachy tone without overwhelming the space.
5. Patterned Orange Tile
Going for a patterned tile is a great way to add a unique design element to your interior. Consider these terracotta tiles inspired by medieval church tiles. The result is stunning.
6. Monochromatic Pink Shower Tile
This shower tile design effortlessly combines retro bathroom designs with a minimalist, contemporary style. The result is a bathroom tile design that feels charming without being too gaudy.
7. Pink Terrazzo Tile Design
Having been popular in Europe for centuries, terrazzo tiles are gaining popularity in the United States due to their hardwearing properties and modern look.
8. Roman Inspired Bathroom Design
This Roman-inspired bathroom tile design is absolutely one of a kind. The bright peach tones recall the ancient designs of stucco Roman baths. Note how the brass accents tie the peach tones of the room together and add to the decadent look.
9. Minimalist Peach Bathroom Backsplash
In the complete opposite direction is this minimalist peach backsplash for bathrooms. It veers slightly more orange than pink, creating a more natural peach tone that pairs beautifully with the hardwood accents. The large-format Carrara marble tiles add elegance.
10. Vintage Style Peach Bathroom
This vintage-style peach bathroom is utterly chic. The diamond black and white floors contrast the warm tones of the peach tones and white detailing nicely. We love the detailing of the mirror wall and vintage bathtub. If you love a vintage interior design, then consider a peach bathroom design.
11. Art Deco Peach Tile
Another vintage-style tile with a contemporary twist, this peach tile has an art deco design with a fan pattern. The rosy-peach tile adds a touch of warmth that looks great with the industrial open-concept shower.
12. Peach Wallpaper with Mother of Pearl Tile
Mother Of Pearl Polished 5/8x1 1/4 Herringbone Iridescent Shell Mosaic
If you’re looking for a tile to match a peach fuzz wallpaper, then white tiles are a great choice. The opulence of this irridescent Mother of Pearl Mosaic Tile is simply stunning and looks incredible when paired with this quirky peach fuzz wallpaper.
13. Terracotta Bathroom Floor Tile
Another terracotta tile option, this neutral bathroom floor tile is a more natural, organic option that works well in Mediterranean-inspired interiors. The subtle tones of peach hint toward a trending tile design in a subtle, understated way.
14. White Marble with Peach Walls
Another option if you’re seeking a tile to pair with a peach wall color of wallpaper, marble tiles are an incredibly elegant and timeless option. Note how the shower pictured above displays multiple marble mosaic tile designs.
15. Peach Powder Room
Last but not least is this monochromatic peach powder room with peach walls. Powder rooms are a great opportunity to go bold with a striking design, which makes the small space a standout to guests.
The Pantone Color of the Year 2024 offers endless design opportunities for bathroom and kitchen tile ideas.
To personalize your space and achieve an utterly unique look, use our Mosaic Customization Tool to achieve the perfect tone of peach fuzz or any other color or design you envision.