With a nod to her guest bathroom’s original nautical theme, Victoria Ford, the Prepford Wife, nails the preppy New England look with walls of 2x8 Tile in Nautical topped with matching Sardis Architectural Molding and a mosaic floor of 1x1 Tile in matte Daisy accented with Mustard Seed, Dusty Blue, Blue Velvet and Hunter Green.
A little rustic. A little post war. But still a little Victoria. To designer Victoria Ford of Prepford Wife, those were the guidelines going into this ensuite bathroom renovation. Ford found what she was looking for with a shower of 3x6 Subway Tile in Dusty Blue to match the bathroom’s wainscoting and 4” Hexagon Tile Basalt and Quick Ship Calcite for a classic high-contrast floor.
Like the sparkling waters of Lake Michigan outside photographer Gray Malin’s reinvented retreat, this bathroom floor is a study in the hues of blue. A custom Motif of our hand painted Grange Tile decorates the floor in a varying patchwork of Peacock, Navy Blue, Morning Thaw, Basalt, and Blue Velvet, with 2x6 Tile in Daisy coming in clean on the refinished bath.
This spacious kitchen calls for neutrals you’ll notice. 8x8 Tile in non-slip Steel covers the floors to contrast the bright whites, while a backsplash of Glazed Thin Brick in sandy Elk, finished with long and short Glazed Edge Trim, warms the palette with an organic texture against the smooth marble and contemporary cabinets.
Playing off her client's love for dark rooms with plenty of natural light, designer Sarah Sherman Samuel incorporated custom checkerboard mosaic floor tiles with a matching border for Vanessa Carlton's dormer bathroom in her Nashville home.
With a quick turnaround and a tight budget, Valeria Jacobs of the home decor shop Rebecca & Genevieve used our glazed thin Brick from our Quick Ship Collection to renovate her laundry room and guest bathroom.
With no shortage of drama, Shavonda Gardner's scene-stealing bathroom sets the stage with gorgeous black subway tile and a herringbone floor.
Featuring a blend of hexagon floor tiles and white subway tile, Zosia Mamet's black and white tile bathroom makes mixing patterns look effortlessly chic. Designed by High Street Homes.
This bathroom's clean-cut black and white palette lends two classic tile patterns, subway and hexagon, a contemporary perspective.
Interior designer Nina Jizhar expertly pairs Foggy Morning with our Murietta pattern for a refreshing take on classic design.
Looking for Foggy Morning? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Foggy Morning has been discontinued. Closest color match is Mist on our Recycled Tile Body.
While honoring the home's historical roots, Destination Eichler's Karen Nepacena plays up pattern with white hexagon floor tiles.
This handsome GE-equipped kitchen gets an industrial-style treatment when paired with our handcrafted tile. Subway tile in Raven and Basalt highlight the kitchen's hooded range, while our handsome Glazed Thin Brick in White Mountains anchors the space.