Step inside a midcentury dream that's all white and green. From the geometric backsplash adorned with Scalene Triangle in Palm Tree to the 4” Hexagon Tile floor in Tusk dotted with Palm Tree to the shower covered in matching 3x6 Subway Tile (complete with Bullnose Trim around the built-in niche!), this adorable bathroom boasts attention to detail in every corner.
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We’ll raise a glass to this! The sunny striped bar cart at The Fox Mercantile is just as fun on the inside thanks to the checkered 3x3 Sheeted Mosaic Tile in White Wash and Oyster Shell.
If you could bottle the sun at golden hour, it would probably feel like David Quarles IV’s kitchen. Drenched in natural light, every detail comes together flawlessly from the counter-to-ceiling 2x6 Ceramic Tile in flora-forward Palm Tree complementing the walnut shelves to a floor of 8” Hexagons in Sunflower playing beautifully with the wallpaper David designed himself.
Ariel Gordon used two shades and shapes of green tile in similar proportions to keep her Berkeley office’s bathroom feeling elevated but not too serious. Floor-to-ceiling 3x3 Sheeted Mosaic Tile in juicy green Limon adds a playful dramatic effect along the walls, met by a classic floor of 3” Sheeted Mosaic Hexagon Tile in Hunter Green.
J’adore! This Parisian cafe-inspired kitchenette by The House That Lars Built is layered like a decadent cake with rows of colorful handmade tile including 3x12 in Daffodil and Tusk, 2x6 in Sea Green and Evening Glow, 2x8 in Evening Glow, 3x6 in Tusk and Caribbean, and Handpainted Dot Dash 7 Tile in a custom colorway from our collab with Block Shop Textiles.
Folding clothes doesn’t seem like a chore with this view. Handpainted Ensenito Tile in Cool Motif adorns this stunning laundry room’s accent wall, creating a space that’s both functional and beautiful.
Our Place’s Melrose Avenue location in LA is infused with the cozy feeling of home thanks to artful installations of Fireclay Tile. Vignettes, arched niches, and terraced displays are clad with jewel-toned 2x8 Ceramic Tile in Ivory, Clover, Dusty Blue, Tumbleweed, and Adobe that complement the brand’s iconic cookware line.
Both pretty in pink and dapper in green, this bathroom Drew Scott designed for the Property Brothers’ show Brother vs Brother on Discovery+ has a one-of-a-kind vintage atmosphere thanks to walls and a shower curb of 2x8 Ceramic Tile in Tumbleweed paired with 4” Hexagon Tile in Hunter Green along the floor.
Modern meets rustic in this gorgeous bathroom. Glazed Thin Brick in Green Mountains with Glazed Long Edge Trim clads the walk-in shower, with a coordinating row above the countertop creating a sweet, petite backsplash.
Boutique hotel Noble + Proper embraces eclecticism like this pink bathroom is embraced by green stripes. 2x8 Ceramic Tile in Desert Bloom clads the shower and floor, punctuated by punchy stripes and a shower curb of 2x8 Limon with matching 6” Quarter Round Trim.
Vintage earth tones abound in this bathroom design. Handmade ceramic Picket tile in olive green Peabody decorates the tub surround and vanity backsplash while Handpainted Starburst Tile in a Neutral Motif delivers an optically alluring accent across the floor.
Trim Shown: Glazed Edge 1x6 and 4x4 Cove Base
We love a kitchen that boldly embraces color. 2x6 Ceramic Tile in Chartreuse with an accent stripe of Frond creates a lively lemon-lime effect that positively glows in this light-drenched space.
For a tropical vacation in the heart of Iowa, look no further than Foxcroft Estate’s basement Tiki Bar! With a colorful floor of Scalene Triangle Tile in Desert Bloom and Palm Tree, the rattan bar, lush wallpaper, and wainscoting with built-in bench clad in 6x6 Ceramic Tile in Lemon Cream has us craving a Mai Tai.
Sinuous lines and a minty green hue add a splash of Moroccan flair to this cozy kitchen. Nestled between sleek white cabinets, the backsplash of Ogee Drop in Seedling is laid in a Moroccan pattern that crafts a mesmerizing labyrinth.
LA Plaza Cocina is a Los Angeles museum that celebrates Mexican food, so it makes sense for them to have an open kitchen for demos and classes–complete with large comal and brightly-colored tile. The modern area is adorned with an eye-catching blend of 4” Triangle Tile in Tusk and custom green and red (for a similar look, try Spruce Gloss and Ember).
Salesforce shows up proper wherever they set up shop. This Mosaic "bit-art" design by artist Shinji Murakami showcases the Dallas night sky made up of 2x2 Ceramic Tiles to bring a sense of place to their cafe with a custom work of art that Salesforce buildings have become known for.
So nice she did it twice! Racheal Jackson of Banyan Bridges said goodbye to the one-of-a-kind rainbow bathroom in her old house and recreated a similar rainbow patchwork look in her new 1970s fixer-upper with leftover 2x8 Ceramic Tile in Desert Bloom, Mandarin, Lichen, Ember, Mustard Seed, Aegean Sea, Lake Tahoe, Spruce Gloss, and Magnolia with Black Patine.
Beautifully approachable design reigns in this brick-filled midcentury home. The kitchen backsplash and sprawling turquoise floor, made of Glazed Thin Brick in San Gabriel, infuse an organic textural feel throughout the home while a centrally-placed fireplace clad with Glazed Thin Brick in Black Hills provides a modern focal point that begs you to sit down and enjoy the view.