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!
Bull and Butterfly reimagines the California Steak House by incorporating playfully soft touches like these Scalene Triangle Tiles in a custom neutral glaze.
For a look like this, try our Scalene Triangles in Sand Dune!
Voyager Craft Coffee sets sail! Embodying the cafe's globally-inspired offering, colorful "sailboat" tiles made up of 4" Triangles float across the length of the space while white Non-Slip Tiles tie it all together.
Welcoming patrons to try its modern Texan cuisine, Billy Can Can's glazed thin Brick exterior frames the restaurant's Old West-inspired saloon.
A warm neutral blend of handmade tiles frames reception, giving patients at this modern orthodontics office a soothing welcome.
Printfresh Studio gives its office kitchen a handsome, industrial-style upgrade with a glazed thin Brick backsplash in our rustic Columbia Plateau.
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.
Echoing the space's playful personality and mid-century modern details, a floor-to-ceiling handpainted tiles backsplash anchors the office kitchen and invites employees to engage over cold brew and nitro coffee.
Mirrored columns framed with white subway tile and black and white trim help to anchor Rochambeau's lively and eclectic-meets-old school style. Designed by Home Studios.
Thatch Miami offers sunny inspiration for restaurant kitchen tile. Arranged in an earthy ombre pattern, square 4 inch tile warmly highlights Thatch's hostess counter and bar.
Coffee Dose's Insta-worthy interior features pops of pink, splashes of gold, and a bar decked out in our Mushroom 6" Triangles to bring it all together.
Looking for Mushroom? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Mushroom has been discontinued. For a look like this, try Dust Storm on our Recycled Tile Body.