When your bar matches your brews you know it’s going to be a good time. Black Tooth Brewing in Casper, WY clad their counter with Hexite Tile in a custom-made colorway reminiscent of their house-brewed beer selection (for a similar look, try Bryce Canyon).
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.
Gourmet groceries and drinks deserve beautiful design, and Montreal’s boutique Super Condiments more than delivers. The counter clad with Glazed Thin Brick in Columbia Plateau provides the perfect place to grab an aperitif in the upscale Outremont neighborhood.
Ready to get the party started? This basement lounge sure is! Cladding the full bar, handmade 3x9 Ceramic Tile in yellow Mustard Seed adds the perfect retro-tinged vibe to the modern and playful Long Island home.
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).
Stop in for plant-based desserts with a side of beautiful design at Portland-based Kate’s Ice Cream shop, featuring a supersweet ice cream bar clad with 4x4 Ceramic Tile in Tumbleweed, Desert Bloom, and (fittingly) Sorbet.
More is more at the Trixie Motel, a Palm Springs motel bursting with glitz and glam thanks to a recent renovation by renowned drag persona Trixie Mattel. Designer Dani Dazey used Handpainted Old Cairo Tile in a custom motif of Tumbleweed, Sorbet, Daisy, and Turquoise for the Cowgirl Room's kitchenette backsplash-- creating a space that can be summed up in one word: yeehaw!
Mojave meets Mediterranean. Designer Claire Thomas decked out the kitchen of this Greek island-inspired retreat outside of Joshua Tree with floors of Ceramic Large Star and Cross Tile in glossy Adobe and on-trend tile counters of 3x3 Ceramic in Dawn, both part of our Desert Collection and right at home in the High Desert.
Fast-casual dining gets the high-end design treatment at Blossom Hill BBQ & Burgers. A counter of burnt umber Columbia Plateau Glazed Thin Brick gives hungry guests a feast for the eyes before their food is even served.
Vintage vibes with a fresh feel. 2x6 Tile in Mustard Seed gives this backsplash a buff shade of yellow to go with the retro aesthetic of this brightly lit kitchen.
If flat white describes your drink of choice and not your design style, you'll love this idyllic coffee shop. A bar of Block Shop x Fireclay Dot Dash Tile surrounded by Desert Collection Painted Sky and Red Rock wall and floor tile sets this space apart from cookie-cutter coffee spots with a look as good as its grounds.
Come home to Chaine Homme. Oriented in a sideways i-beam design, interlocking Chain Homme Tile, designed exclusively for Fireclay Tile by Kelly LaPlante, gives this Cambridge kitchen and dry bar a backsplash that intersects architecture and art.
Draped in old-world luxury, a stay at Sonoma County’s Jordan Winery is an enchanting getaway. When second-generation vintner John Jordan set out to update his estate’s guest suites, he turned to designer Maria Haidamus in collaboration with Loczi Design, sourcing local Fireclay Norman Brick in Big Horn for an elegant herringbone bathroom floor to last for generations to come.
Making breakfast sounds great when you’re staying at the dreamy Joie Inn brought to you by Arrows and Bow’s Ashley Petrone. A backsplash of Large Star and Cross Tile in Dawn gives this kitchenette an eye-catching focal point reflecting the Anna Maria Island sunrise.
A touch of Old California feels right at home in this Santa Rosa kitchen. A backsplash of Lugo Tile in a custom colorway brings light and dark features of this contemporary farmhouse kitchen together in classic Cuerda Seca style.
Come for the Tile and stay for the camp vibes. Surrounded by a pine forest, a 2x8 Tile backsplash in Hunter Green was a natural choice to bring this mountain home into contemporary form.
Grand Rapids vegetarian restaurant, Gaia, gives an earthy first impression thanks to the bold welcome counter bar clad in Columbia Glazed Thin Brick, courtesy of designer Sarah Sherman Samuel. Playing off the exposed beams overhead, the high variation Brick comes alive in this rejuvenating restaurant. PS! This Brick ships quick!
Pure eye candy, this home office coffee station has the trendy pop that 2021 deserves. Warm and welcoming, the Star and Cross tile in Tumbleweed from our new Desert Collection makes this nook feel complete.