Pattern lovers, prepare to swoon. Daredevil interior designer Kelly LaPlante uses fashion to give our handcrafted tile a couture edge.
The design is in the details. Inspired by elements found in clothing like houndstooth and chainlink, delightfully rule-bending interior designer Kelly LaPlante transformed these patterns into our premier Runway Collection. They're the perfect complement to our bright and bold glazes, creating unforgettable textures with lots of impact.
Three versatile patterns translate into all sorts of design possibilities. Let Chaine Femme shine through with a refreshing monochrome palette, or give Chaine Homme retro charm with a multicolored blend. For edgier appeal, Cravate brings dynamism to any space. Whatever you decide, your design is sure to make a statement.
Whether you're going for elevated or eclectic, our Runway patterns are sure to make an unforgettable statement. Use them underfoot for a chic foundation or on the walls for a standout centerpiece.
Want to bring a piece of the Runway home? Pick your favorite size and four colors to receive your very own Runway Collection Sample Kit. Every kit is carefully packed by hand at our factory in Aromas, California. Please note Chaine Femme is not available in engobe colors.
* The Runway Collection sample pack includes your selected Runway shape in White Wash and your selected 2x4 color samples.
In true Runway fashion, these trendsetting patterns are perfect for layering on texture and color.
Whatever pattern you choose, you can never go wrong with white tile. Indulge in golden fixtures for a splash of luxe.
While the patterns are fashion-forward, our handcrafted tile has an unmistakable heirloom quality thanks to our experienced artisans.
Designer and witty voice behind Hommemaker, Orlando Soria hand-picked Chaine Homme for his very own kitchen renovation.
Like the name suggests, Chaine Homme can lend a masculine design element when paired with sophisticated neutrals.
Chaine Femme's chainmail-inspired design may feel couture, but tropical hues like Sea Foam can give it a resort-worthy touch.
If you want to a softer take on the Runway, consider a warm neutral to make a space feel both classic and current.
Interior designer Becca Stephens and architect Jen Hill chose Chaine Homme in Slate Blue to enliven this cozily eclectic kitchen.
Going for drama? Try a deep jewel tone like Venetian Green to upgrade Chaine Femme from elegant to endlessly alluring.
Houndstooth goes graphic with Kelly LaPlante's bold interpretation of the classic design. Monochrome palettes help to highlight its dramatic contours.