Come for the ornate sconces, but stay for the 3x3 checkerboard tile floor in Cardamom and Mist and a custom shower in matching 2x8 subway tiles. This Art Deco-inspired powder room designed by Claire Thomas for Harding House is truly one for the books.
This scroll-stopping bathroom comes courtesy of designer Kate Lester for photographer Gray Malin's Lake Michigan beach house. Hand painted Mazagan floor Tiles in Neutral Motif steal the show with a vibe that’s both vintage and refreshingly new, while herringbone 3x6 Subway Tile in White Wash add even more detail to the walk-in shower.
This spacious kitchen calls for neutrals you’ll notice. 8x8 Tile in non-slip Steel covers the floors to contrast the bright whites, while a backsplash of Glazed Thin Brick in sandy Elk, finished with long and short Glazed Edge Trim, warms the palette with an organic texture against the smooth marble and contemporary cabinets.
Been saving a project for a rainy day? Well, here it is! Balancing the bright bathroom wallpaper, Banner Day Interiors uses 2x8 Tile in sleek Rainy Day, accentuating the shade with white grout for a distinct and stylish herringbone floor.
The Brownstone Boys outdid themselves on this dapper bathroom. Dark Carbon Hexagon Tiles contrast against bright 6x6 Calcite squares, which pay homage to the history of their Brooklyn brownstone with refreshingly contemporary results.
Breezy details and organic accents come together with checkered bathroom floor tiles in a softly subtle grey and white.
Love a fresh white room? Add dimension to monochrome spaces by blending contrasting textures, like this white bathroom floor tile featuring glossy and matte finishes.
Non-slip bathroom floor tiles in our favorite Star-and-Cross pattern lead to a spacious walk-in shower, featuring a tiled shelf to keep essentials within arm's reach.
Pairing subdued subway tile with timelessly global handpainted tiles, interior designer Becki Owens expertly layers neutrals to achieve this gray tile bathroom's new traditional style.
Using picks from our budget-friendly Foundations Collection, Zosia Mamet elevates her guest bathroom with soft grey subway tile wainscoting and large herringbone tile floor. Designed by High Street Homes.
Style Forecast: Snow Flowers. Featuring a tranquil trio of white straight set, gray herringbone, and handpainted tile, this playful shower is patterned to perfection.
Chicago-based designer Kelsey Haywood of haywoodmade interiors opts for our blue-green Flagstone shower tile, ushering outdoor inspiration into her family's 1920s bungalow home.