The vacation vibes start as soon as you walk through the breezeway at Austin’s Canopy by Hilton, with a dreamy blend of Glazed Thin Brick in Allegheny and Beartooth welcoming visitors ready to explore the city or simply soak in the skyline views from the hotel’s pool terrace.
This mudroom checks all the boxes of modern farmhouse design. Mini Star & Cross Tile creates an unconventional checkered effect on the eye-catching floor with the stars in white Halite and crosses in mellow grey Shale.
Jean Stoffer saw the potential in her 1902 Greek Revival home the moment she laid eyes on it, and three years of renovating later her vision was complete when she transformed the final space: the North Porch. A checkerboard pattern of 6x6 Ceramic Tile in Iron Ore and Pyrite unfurls across the floor, complemented by a border of Handpainted Chicago Tile from our Metropolitan Collection with 1x6 and 3x9 Ceramic Tile in Basalt that creates a garden room every bit as captivating as Jean imagined it would be.
Liz Stanley of the Say Yes blog braves Montana winters with this modern mudroom before and after. Liz used 8x8 Ceramic floor Tile in neutral and slip-resistant Gypsum to transform an extra pantry into a family-friendly first impression.
Remodeling for a family of California transplants, designer Susan Hall was tasked to create a home that was elegantly eye-catching but worked for real life, too. A mudroom of Large Star and Cross Tile in non-slip Magnetite captures the criteria with a moody feel that will stand up to the Boulder, CO winter and mud seasons.
Make a memorable first impression of your home with a specialty tile shape like this Mini Star and Cross Tile in matte black Basalt that enhances this entryway and pantry area with a distinct and durable handmade finish.
Plant and interior stylist Hilton Carter went wild building out this Baltimore sunroom. Hexite Tile in a blend of Feldspar, Ivory, Dolomite, Tumbleweed, Chateau, and Halite creates a confetti floor of muted earth tones with the perfect mix of textures, colors and details.
Sink your eyes into this simply magnetic matte black entryway by Elisa Valldeperas, aka My Plant Lover. Picket Tile adds detail to the deep black, Basalt floor that’s the perfect foundation for fresh plant life and lively pops of color.
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.
Our handmade mosaic tiles cover nearly 25,000 square feet of LaGuardia Airport's newly renovated Terminal B. Designed by critically acclaimed painter Laura Owens, this monumental ceramic tile mosaic, titled I 🍕NY, features 80 iconic references that capture the spirit of NYC, including the Apollo Theater, the Stonewall Inn, a MetroCard, and of course, pizza.
Laura Owens, I 🍕NY, 2020
Handmade glazed ceramic tiles & grout.
Commissioned by LaGuardia Gateway Partners in partnership with Public Art Fund for LaGuardia Airport’s Terminal B.
All images courtesy of the artist; Sadie Coles HQ, London; and Galerie Gisela Capitan, Cologne.
Fielding foot traffic for her family of four while weathering the elements, our Matte Tiles are the perfect match for Megan Gilger's fresh and functional mudroom.
San Diego's rays reflect beautifully off of our glazed Thin Brick in Absaroka, outfitting the exterior of visual artist Linda Nguyen's home