Let the creativity flow in this contemporary office kitchen. Lunchtime stop-and-chats are enhanced by the cascading ombre backsplash of 2x6 Tile in Lake Tahoe, Glacier Bay, Naples Blue and Adriatic Sea.
Both welcoming and wear-resistant, these 4x4 Straight Set Tiles featured in Driftwood and Nickel were the perfect choice for common areas of this Los Angeles coworking space, Common Grounds.
Uncommon Tuscaloosa sets itself apart from other student housing with Handmade 6” Triangle Tiles that fit perfectly with their upscale social vibe and are durable enough to stand up to years of college living.
Saddle up to this stunning restaurant bar in Atlanta by Chef Nick Leahy. Taking advantage of our custom sheeting service, this branded mosaic backsplash is Southern hospitality at its finest.
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!
Setting the stage for their iconic bakes and more, an expansive backsplash of triangle tiles and white brick welcome patrons of the bustling Tartine Manufactory.
Based in Venice, CA, the Dollar Shave Club headquarters plays off the iconic beachfront locale with surfer-worthy office kitchen tiles in a custom color.
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.
Reimagining the plexiglass shield, Juju Maine's vibrant AuraGuard™ is perched atop our sunny Handpainted Aerial Tiles to keep bad vibes (and viruses) at bay in style.
A warm neutral blend of handmade tiles frames reception, giving patients at this modern orthodontics office a soothing welcome.
Clad in sprightly green handmade tile, this NYC Sweetgreen sets a fresh scene for its healthy menu.
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.