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Northern Lights in Your Shower

May 7, 2012 3 Comments by Peggy Pardo

From the keyboard of Peggy Pardo…

I’ve been a bit overwhelmed this weekend; my dad was rushed to the hospital. He’s 89 years old, so this was a big thing for us. He seems to be doing better now; we hope he continues on that path. Because of this my post is a bit of a short one today, but I didn’t want to miss sharing this great find with all of you.

Imagine taking a shower and a fabulous ever-changing “light show” is going on around you. How cool would that be. Well, that can actually happen because a company has created glass tiles that change color when the temperature changes!

Inspired by the Northern Lights, the company Moving Color Tiles created these tiles so that they appear black at room temperature, but move through the color spectrum when warm water or radiant heat hits them. They’re called Moving Tiles, because when they change color it gives the appearance that the tiles are moving.  I wish I could say more about them, but the manufacturer’s website isn’t in English; I discovered the product via Blavish. However, in any language this product is cool!

Moving Tiles

I love the irredescent shades that are created when the warm water moves across the tiles. What great inspiration for decorative finishes!

Cheers to all,
Peggy
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3 Comments

  1. Lesley Anne Kinney
    902 days ago

    All the best to your Dad, Peggy. Hope is feeling better.
    Great tiles, reminds me of mood rings!

  2. Peggy Pardo
    902 days ago

    Thank you for the kind words, Lesley. — Mood rings! Yes! I hadn’t even thought of that.

  3. Regina
    902 days ago

    I would love these in my shower! I’d have to install them in my guest bath, too. :)

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