Designer and therapist Anita Yokota wanted to transform her kitchen into a California cool gathering space that family would want to linger in. Vertical 2x8 Tiles in Dust Storm did the trick with a desert palette backsplash that opens up her remodeled kitchen in dramatic fashion.
A tiled shower niche ingeniously functions as a focal point for this glazed thin brick guest bathroom, designed by Claire Thomas of The Kitchy Kitchen. Thick bands of grout lend the space an architectural feel.
A palette of neutrals in a trio of patterns seamlessly blend these white and grey bathroom tiles together.
Anchored by our warm Sunflower yellow, a playful accent tile shower features triangles in a thoughtfully coordinated color blend that extends into the rest of the space.
Laid-back luxury defines this elevated yet inviting main bath, featuring cool blue-grey bathroom tiles paired with earthy thin brick floors.
Pairing the historic legacy of Encinitas, CA with contemporary design, this wonderfully inviting restaurant highlights its coastal cuisine with herringbone restaurant kitchen tile and a wall of warmly glazed thin brick.
Great Smoky Brick's handmade variation comes in full view in this floor-to-ceiling bathroom installation.
Style Forecast: Snow Flowers. Featuring a tranquil trio of white straight set, gray herringbone, and handpainted tile, this playful shower is patterned to perfection.
This pantry was made to be seen. Framed by paned glass doors, this thoughtfully designed space feels extra special thanks to our subway tile in Foggy Morning with Black Patine.
Looking for Foggy Morning with Black Patine? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Foggy Morning with Black Patine has been discontinued. Closest color match is Mist with Black Patine on our Recycled Tile Body.
Offering up a modern twist on traditional subway tile, this accented shower gives the bathroom an element of sophisticated, urban appeal.
Elegant and original, this bathroom's stripe of herringbone tile feels even more dynamic against a fresh white backdrop.
The lifestyle gurus at Goop collaborate with MARCH and Fireclay Tile to develop an inviting custom tile backslash for their studio test kitchen.
Please Note that this is a custom color. For a very similar look, try Sand Dune.