Sometimes the simple things done well make the biggest impact in a design. This bathroom backsplash by Anita Yokota is a perfect example with 2x8 Tile in grey Overcast hung in a vertical offset pattern that brings tasteful detail to this bright bathroom.
Carpet in the bathroom is so last century. Designer Callie Blanks renovated the upstairs bathroom in her A-frame from top to bottom, replacing worn carpet with an attractive pattern of 2x6 Ceramic Tile in French Linen and 6x6 Ceramic Tile in Shetland Wool, both from our budget-friendly Foundations Collection.
Making it a priority to have bright and colorful spaces throughout the entire building, Detroit Achievement Academy used a cool blue combination of Norman Thin Glazed Brick in Great Smoky along the walls and 6x12 Ceramic Tile in slip-resistant Morning Thaw across the floors to infuse joy into the 4th and 5th grade bathrooms.
Banner Day Interiors is an expert at designing beautiful spaces, so it’s no surprise that every room in their Berkeley HQ is inspiring–including the bathroom. Clad in 6x6 Ceramic Tile in cool lilac Painted Sky, the shower and pony wall complement the floral wallpaper and radiate calming energy throughout this lovely space.
This luxe bathroom hits the right notes of modern and vintage thanks to the pinwheel-patterned mosaic floor made from Glass Tile in Egret and Condor Matte. Wainscoting of 3x6 Ceramic Tile in moody grey-green Overcast and Cove Base Trim adds depth and dimension to round out this handsome space.
Start the day with a sense of calm in this soothing bathroom. Designed by Fraiche Living's Tori Wesszer, this bathroom features a tub surround of 3x6 Subway Tile in glossy grey Foggy Morning for a hint of contrast in this fresh white bathroom.
Note: Foggy Morning is a discontinued color. To get this look, try Mist.
Carrying the modern-yet-classic vibe of this Colorado home into the spacious main bathroom, Susan Hall Designs gives this space a modern makeover. Extending around the walls and up the sloped ceiling, with a matching 2" Hexagon shower pan, 3x9 Tile in Mist makes a statement in this bright bathroom with the perfect splash of calming color.
2-colors of Ceramic Tile combine for a classic, high-contrast look. 2x4 Subway Tile in luminous White Wash meets deep Hunter Green to create a timeless two-tone powder room that will last through the years.
2x8 Tile in Salton Sea steals the show in this gorgeous guest bathroom. Wide white grout lines highlight the distinctive vertical offset pattern of the contemporary custom tub surround, complete with a spacious niche for bathtime necessities. White floor tile in the geometric Hexite pattern completes the look.
A blend of mini Calcite Stars and Sea Glass Crosses paired with matching white subway tile makes for a modern celestial retreat in this petite Los Angeles bathroom.
What can a little color bring to your bathroom remodel? 3x6 Subway Tile in minty Salton Sea freshens up this apartment bathroom with pops of color on the wainscoting, tub surround, and bathroom backsplash.
With a nod to her guest bathroom’s original nautical theme, Victoria Ford, the Prepford Wife, nails the preppy New England look with walls of 2x8 Tile in Nautical topped with matching Sardis Architectural Molding and a mosaic floor of 1x1 Tile in matte Daisy accented with Mustard Seed, Dusty Blue, Blue Velvet and Hunter Green.
A little rustic. A little post war. But still a little Victoria. To designer Victoria Ford of Prepford Wife, those were the guidelines going into this ensuite bathroom renovation. Ford found what she was looking for with a shower of 3x6 Subway Tile in Dusty Blue to match the bathroom’s wainscoting and 4” Hexagon Tile Basalt and Quick Ship Calcite for a classic high-contrast floor.
Swift Studios, a hybrid photography studio and co-working space in Manhattan, needed tile that was camera ready. This photogenic shower features 3x12 Tile in high variation Dust Storm with matching 3" Hexagon Tile that’s ready for photoshoots but just might steal the show.
It’s all about the details in this Miami bathroom. 2x6 Tile in petrol blue Caribbean features a high contrast grout to accentuate the brick pattern as well as long and short edge trim, while elegant Spanish-inspired Paseo Tile in Calcite turns a simple white floor into something spectacular.
Take a deep breath in this bathroom with Subway Tile that’s got nothing to do with rush hour. 3x6 Tile in calming Rosemary with contrasting grout casts a jade hue across the surround of the built-in bathtub, complete with a niche for self-care essentials.
2x8 Tile in sophisticated Mist features an offset pattern across the spacious shower and backsplash of this contemporary bathroom, capped off with Pozzo architectural ceramic moldings. A complementary herringbone floor finishes off this instant classic.
Sarah Sherman Samuel makes quick work of this three-quarter bathroom with Quick Ship 3x6 Subway Tile in Tusk cladding the walls and Quick Ship Salton Sea decorating the floor for a glossy pop of green.