Published on July 5, 2016

by Michelle Gage

We took note when everyone started adding kilim rugs to their kitchens. We were right there when the swoon-worthy brass and marble trend took the world by storm. Now, we are seeing an emerging trend in green tiles. Whether they are in bathrooms or kitchens, green is the new go-to. If you are in the market for a new kitchen backsplash or bathroom floor tile, might we suggest you go with green?

Tiny green tiles climb the walls and surround the tub of this small space. If you are working with a tight bathroom, this particular shade will open things up.

Mint green tiles are the perfect addition to your white kitchen.

This kitchen got everything right. A jade green backsplash complements the patterned green tiled floor. If you are a fan of this emerging trend, we suggest letting the color take over.

This bathroom practically begs for an #ihavethisthingwithfloors moment.

Round penny tiles make this bathroom a total standout. This tile not only climbs the walls, but also lives on the ceiling.

Skinny subway tile pop against crisp white cabinetry. If you favor a more a simplistic style, this is the tile for you.

This stylish square emerald tile fits in better than you’d expect in a retail setting.

We just love seeing a crisp and clean bathroom. If you are looking to achieve this look, try keeping the palette white and mint green only.

Color blocking is often a huge trend in fashion. We are now seeing it pop up in interiors, particularly with wall paint. You will achieve a totally fresh look by combining the color blocking trend with green tiles.

Do not be shy with pattern. Tile does not always need to lie linear. Create a unique geometric pattern on your bathroom walls and rest assured no one has a bathroom quite as special as yours.

These great green tiles really draw your attention to the window over the sink. You can build a fairly simplistic kitchen and add some personality in the backsplash.

If you live in an older home, consider keeping your existing tile. Trends always repeat themselves. That mint green tile may have seemed wrong a few years ago, but now it is totally on trend.

If you are on a budget, try tile in small doses. You can experiment with this trend by adding a few tiny touches.

We are all about this color combination. White, black and a little bit of green make this space a stand out.

Fresh mint subway tiles are always a good call.

Rectangular emerald tiles come together to create a striking herringbone pattern. Add some potted plants in front of this accent wall to really go all green.

This beautiful bathroom is one everyone can agree on. We don’t know a soul who wouldn’t like to live in this space.

Is it okay for us to call out another trend? We predict that pairing emerald green and brass together will be a big trend for the upcoming year.

Try this unfinished look. If you are going with a large hexagonal tile, consider skipping the final finishing on the top. This cool look is totally unexpected.

Marble and mint look fantastic together. Your bathroom can totally pull off this look.

This emerald herringbone patterned floor is making us seriously jealous.

Can you spot the ceramic green subway tile through the plants?

These triangle tiles are amazing. Fresh white pops keep this tiny space from feeling too cramped.

Large square glass tiles are the star of this space.

Give us a little green backsplash any day. We can totally see ourselves making breakfast here every morning.

Where do we even begin with this space? The tub and shower are amazing. The wood floor is glorious. While those catch our eyes, we are immediately drawn to the wonderful green tile.

This emerald tile looks as if it came fresh from the kiln this morning.

The colors captured in this tile remind us of ocean waves. Get us to the beach STAT!

Your eye instantly goes to the tiled wall. However, the floor is just as breathtaking.

Color your kitchen green. All over tiles are a good trend to participate in.

Make your morning shower spectacular. Add fresh green tiles to your bathroom to liven up your space.

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