This cottage kitchen leans into pattern play, with fresh (and fun!) results. Mini Star & Cross Tile in deep blue Lake Tahoe shines across the backsplash, balanced by a floor of Glazed Thin Brick in Columbia Plateau installed in a timeless herringbone pattern.
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This powder room is a work of art. Laid in a herringbone pattern on the floor, 3x6 Ceramic Tile in Hood River Gloss from our budget-friendly Essentials Collection shows off its gorgeous color variation echoing the watercolor-style design on the wallpaper.
Check out the elegant color variation on this dusty mauve bathroom in Ariel Gordon Jewelry's Berkeley office, juxtaposed by the floor in beautiful Blue Velvet Mosaic Hexagon tiles.
Sometimes chasing rainbows works out. This bathroom went from bland to bright thanks to an installation of 8” Hexagon Tile in Lichen, Desert Bloom, Turquoise, Daffodil, Lemon Cream, Ember, and Koi along the floor with coordinating 3x6 Ceramic Subway Tile in Lichen and Desert Bloom in the shower and built-in niche.
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.
A surefire way to make your powder room properly luxe? Pair gorgeous wallpaper with equally gorgeous handmade tile, like the Chaine Homme Tile in Caspian Sea with a matching Glazed Edge 3x9 Ceramic Tile baseboard trim in this well-appointed space.
Big Bear destination Noble + Proper comes out swinging with this knockout New Traditional bathroom. Designed by Handsome Salt, this cabin bathroom features a classic floor pattern of 2x2 mosaic tiles in Dusty Blue fit into hand-mitered 6x6 tiles in luminous White Wash surrounded by a matching shower of White Wash 2x6s and Dusty Blue 1x6s and Dusty Blue Cove Base Trim.
Anita Yokota transformed this primary bathroom into a serene space thanks to a timeless blue and white color combination. Norman Glazed Thin Brick in soothing blue Great Smoky clads the shower walls, wainscoting around the soaking tub, and built-in niches, complemented by classic 6” Hexagon Tile across the floor with matching 3” Hexagons in the shower pan.
This bathroom makes a splash with Triangle Tile in a refreshing blend of blues. 4” Triangle Tile in Crater Lake with matching Glazed Edge 1x6 Flat Liner Trim sets a soothing tone along the walls, integrating into an accent wall with a blend of Moonshine and Blue Velvet while 3” Hexagon Tile in Gypsum on the floor rounds out this playful space.
The vacation rental is new but the vibe is pure vintage. Designed for Big Bear's Noble + Proper by Handsome Salt, this baby blue kitchen features a floor of 4x4 Ceramic Tile in Morning Thaw and 8x8 Tile in Sorbet to create a unique offset checker pattern that pops.
Claire Thomas reached for Mosaic Tile to ensure that every square inch of her Hollyhock Cabin bathroom was filled with charm. Surrounding the clawfoot tub, 3x3 Ceramic Mosaic Tile in Haystack and Sunflower was laid in a golden plaid pattern and completed with pops of Crater Lake blue in this folklore-inspired Big Bear retreat.
Cats don't exactly love water but these fancy felines certainly approve of this shower design! A combination of handmade Paseo Tile in vibrant Peacock and an understated Handpainted Ginkgo in White Motif creates a refreshing pattern-filled oasis (leopard print not included).
A little rustic. A little post war. But still a little Victoria. To designer Victoria Ford of Prepford Wife, those were the guidelines going into this ensuite bathroom renovation. Ford found what she was looking for with a shower of 3x6 Subway Tile in Dusty Blue to match the bathroom’s wainscoting and 4” Hexagon Tile Basalt and Quick Ship Calcite for a classic high-contrast floor.
Deep blue subway tile and custom mosaic bathroom floor tiles add richness and classic character to this beautifully appointed bathroom. Designed by William Taylor.