The bar at Chicago’s historic Studebaker exudes sophistication in Hunter Green. Designer Rae Rockwell used a combination of 4” Hexagon and 2x8 Ceramic Tile in this opulent matte glaze across the bar front and arched alcove to nod to the theater’s 19th-century roots while bringing it firmly into the modern age.
Looking for design inspiration? You've come to the right place. From residential to commercial projects, this is where you can see our beautifully handcrafted tile come to life.
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.
Step inside this brightly lit entryway and you’ll be seeing stars thanks to the foyer floor of Star & Cross Tile in a steller neutral blend of Magnolia, Sand Dune, Alpaca, and Cardamom.
Our Place’s Melrose Avenue location in LA is infused with the cozy feeling of home thanks to artful installations of Fireclay Tile. Vignettes, arched niches, and terraced displays are clad with jewel-toned 2x8 Ceramic Tile in Ivory, Clover, Dusty Blue, Tumbleweed, and Adobe that complement the brand’s iconic cookware line.
This charming cottage mudroom comes together with walls of 3x9 Essentials Tile in powdery white Pearl Satin and floors of 8" Essentials Hexagons in pale blue Hood River Satin.
Floor and wall, our Satin Essentials can do it all. The sophisticated sheen adds a luxe modern look to this well-appointed mudroom, as 3x9 Essentials Tile in Puget Sound Satin and complementing wallpaper adorn the walls while 8” Hexagon Essentials Tile in Manzanita Satin provides traction and beauty across the floor.
The first look of a vacation rental sets the tone for your stay. Noble + Proper nails it with an entryway designed by Handsome Salt featuring an offset checker floor of 8x8 Ceramic Tile in maroon Vintage Leather and 4x4s in warm white Ivory.
Handmade Star and Cross tile in soothing green Eucalyptus turns this floor into a work of art, with clean 3x12 transitions between the bathroom and entry room and hardwood border.
Muted colors of the desert make a bold statement at Montrose Collective. Color-blocked 3x9 tiles in Mesa, Tumbleweed, Evening Glow, and Dust Storm from the Fireclay Desert Collection clad the exterior of this Houston retail and dining destination.
LaTonya Yvette knows a joy-filled home starts with a joyful entryway. At her thoughtfully renovated rental home, The Mae House, she brought joy to the forefront with a pink foyer and 6” Hexagon Tile in warm white Feldspar across the floor.
Now this is how you make an entrance! A stellar combination of Mini Star & Cross Tile in slip-resistant Sunflower and Feldspar infuses this bright entryway with checkered cheer.
After significant modifications throughout the decades, this Palo Alto building was lovingly restored to its 1927 glory with historically accurate materials, including 4x4 Ceramic Tile in Lapis and Huckleberry, Mini Cross in Blue Velvet, 1x1 Mosaic Tile in Lapis, Handpainted Old California 5, 9, and 10 in Cool Motif, Handpainted Almeria in Cool Motif, and finished with Quarter Round Trim in Lapis.
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.
Designer Claire Thomas does it again with a new desert retreat of laid-back luxury. Set in California's Mojave Desert, this living room will have you stargazing during the day with a spacious floor of Ceramic Large Star and Cross Tile in glossy Adobe that perfectly reflects the setting with its dusty shade of pink.
What's the first thing guests see when they step through your front door? This welcoming entryway comes courtesy of 2" Sheeted Ceramic Hexagon Tiles in rich Evergreen for an unforgettable first impression.
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 slip-resistant 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.