Designer and Photographer Elana Jadallah brings the outdoors in with an organic color palette inspired by the environment of her Downeast Maine home. Her stunning bathroom remodel features handmade Rosemary wall tiles for her spacious shower and beachy Sand Dune floor tiles.
Perfect for entertaining, this one-of-a-kind kitchen backsplash features tri-color glass tiles in Chickadee, Oriole, and Falcon in a matte/gloss finish blend. Handpainted Charleston in Yellow Motif floor tiles complements this pairing, giving it a modern texture and allure.
Voyager Craft Coffee sets sail! Embodying the cafe's globally-inspired offering, colorful "sailboat" tiles made up of 4" Triangles float across the length of the space while white Non-Slip Tiles tie it all together.
Built by mid-century architect William Krisel, this bold Palm Springs home designed by Danielle Nagel of Dazey LA amps up its retro roots with vibrant handmade floor tiles in orange and white. The best part? The Dazey Desert House is available to rent on AirBnB.
Anchored by a neutral palette, this shower pairs grey subway tile with a splash of modern mosaic bathroom floor tiles in cool blue Glacier Bay.
Playfully called the "stair step floor", interior designer Jessica Davis' patterned bathroom floor tiles maximize the "wow" factor in this petite space. Modern tiles in our Rosemary green tie it all together.
A subtle nod to Moroccan style, this white floor tile warmly complements the bathroom's one-of-a-kind sunken penny tile tub.
With a colorful custom colorway in our Sintra Pattern, this guest suite's hand painted bathroom tiles set the tone for its southwest meets old world style.
A weathered blue brick backsplash and shower lends relaxed and rustic allure to this hotel bathroom.
Inspired by Moroccan style, floor tile in our Star and Cross pattern sets the stage for this guest suite's southwest meets old world style.
With Ivory Star and Cross floor tile tying everything together, this sunken living room is richly layered with southwestern-inspired textiles.
This bathroom's clean-cut black and white palette lends two classic tile patterns, subway and hexagon, a contemporary perspective.