Nobody does modern desert style better than The Joshua Tree House. Case in point: their Tucson studio, where Glazed Thin Brick in desert-neutral Mojave is laid in a herringbone pattern to create a floor that’s beautiful from every angle.
Come to Philadelphia sports bar The Winston for the food and drinks, stay for the atmosphere featuring our handmade tile. Laid in a staircase, sideways herringbone pattern, an accent wall of 2x8 Ceramic Tile in glossy Evergreen adds a pop of geometric visual interest to this upscale space. Cheers!
A great renovation shouldn’t erase the charm of a space, especially one as charming as Sonoma County’s Jordan Winery. Tasked with updating the estate’s guest suites while respecting the heritage of this enclave of French elegance, designer Maria Haidamus in collaboration with Loczi Design utilized local Norman Brick in Great Plains for a brand new old-world look.
Saint Paul’s Myriel restaurant indulges its guests before they’re even seated. Designed by Madelynn Furlong, Myriel welcomes diners into a cozy space clad in 3x12 herringbone floor tile in Antique with matching cove base trim for a renovation that retains the charm of the old soul city.
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.
A weathered blue brick backsplash and shower lends relaxed and rustic allure to this hotel bathroom.