Enjoy a little Art Deco on your dinner date at Saint Paul's new neighborhood spot Myrial Restaurant. Designed by Madelynn Furlong, this private bathroom features a rustic checkerboard floor of 8x8 Tile in Red Rock and Antique and wainscoting of Tumbleweed 2x8 Tile elegantly finished with cove base and quarter round trim.
Framed by a wall of 4x4 tiles, our Non Slip bathroom floor tiles colorfully field heavy foot traffic between classes at Detroit Prep (Love this floor? Ask us about Large Diamond, one of our secret menu patterns).
Offering Detroit Prep teachers a colorful spot to freshen up, this ADA-compliant bathroom features shower Tile and a Large Diamond floor pattern, all in our Non-Slip glazes (psst...our Large Diamond Tiles are a "secret menu" item!).
Highlighting its farm-to-table fare, Mercury Inn's black thin Brick kitchen backsplash goes hand-in-hand with the bed and breakfast's focus on sustainability.
Serving up a play on pizza, this D.C. eatery's playful modern restaurant tiles feature our triangle pattern, with stacked white tiles tying it all together.
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.
We love a natural neutral. Sand Dune's high color variation reveals a warm range of shades in this studio backsplash, made all the more mesmerizing under the sun's warm glow.
This is not your average office kitchen. The Commune, an Austin-based co-working space, carves out a spot for creatives to refuel and recharge with an organic-inspired Blue Spruce backsplash.
Looking for Blue Spruce? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Blue Spruce has been discontinued. Closest color match is Eucalyptus on our Recycled Tile Body.
Thoughtfully layered textures like light wood finishes and rustic glazed thin Brick lend this Palo Alto coffee shop an earthy yet ever-so-airy atmosphere.