Ariel Gordon used two shades and shapes of green tile in similar proportions to keep her Berkeley office’s bathroom feeling elevated but not too serious. Floor-to-ceiling 3x3 Sheeted Mosaic Tile in juicy green Limon adds a playful dramatic effect along the walls, met by a classic floor of 3” Sheeted Mosaic Hexagon Tile in Hunter Green.
It was love at first sight when Ariel Gordon set eyes on the Block Shop x Fireclay Handpainted Collection. The mellow colors of Signal in Clay Motif fit flawlessly into her new Berkeley office’s kitchen, cheerfully elevating the space with multi-directional poise.
Boutique hotel Noble + Proper embraces eclecticism like this pink bathroom is embraced by green stripes. 2x8 Ceramic Tile in Desert Bloom clads the shower and floor, punctuated by punchy stripes and a shower curb of 2x8 Limon with matching 6” Quarter Round Trim.
Tiny tiles, huge impact! In this petite powder room, designers Mango Street fully clad the walls with 1x1 Ceramic Mosaic Tile in melon-pink Desert Bloom with attractively contrasting grout for a retro look that fits perfectly into their midcentury modern home.
Talk about a bathroom glow up! Designer Sam Ushiro of Aww Sam stayed true to her home’s original 1979 style with handpainted Harvest Tile in two custom colorways across the floor for a retro-modern patchwork effect, 4x4 Ceramic Tile in sunny Daffodil on the countertop, and Glass Tile in Egret Matte in the incredible sunken tub.