Classic colors and patterns nod to the historic roots of this cottage bathroom by Raelyn Capozzi of West End Interiors. Raelyn chose a checkered floor of 4x4 Ceramic Tile in Hunter Green and Ivory, complemented by botanical wallpaper and 4x4 in Frost with Bullnose Trim split by two lines of 1x6 Flat Liner in Raven in the shower to give the space a timeless refresh.
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Sophisticated design is Hotel Julie’s bread and butter. Each flat in the revived 19th-century Ontario hotel features rich colors and a splash of iconic diamond checkered pattern–like the bathroom floor in Flat 06, featuring our 6x6 Ceramic Tile in Basalt and Daisy complemented by restrained red walls and floral wallpaper.
Cottage & Sea gave their 1950s cottage bathroom an adorable makeover with handmade tile. Traditional 2” Mosaic Hexagon Tile in matte Calcite on the floor is interspersed with glossy black Raven for a little pop, while the shower shines thanks to 4x4 Ceramic Tile in White Wash with matching 4x4 Bullnose Trim. Don’t miss the floor pattern continued in the shower niche!
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.
Classic and becoming this kitchen at Big Bear's Noble + Proper hits all the notes of a mountain getaway. Sara Simon of Handsome Salt designed the floor in a classic checkerboard pattern of 8x8 Ceramic Tile in rich Hunter Green, Basalt, and off-white Feldspar, expertly accompanied by the green kitchen accents throughout.
Sustainability was the top priority for Lawless Design when they fully renovated this idyllic log cabin on the Maine coast, so naturally, they reached for Fireclay Tile to finish the bathroom. A classic checkerboard pattern of sustainably-made 8x8 Ceramic Tile in Carbon and Antique covers the floor and tub surround for a result that’s as eco-friendly as it is beautiful.
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.
Wildflowers bloom all year at this mountain getaway by Claire Thomas. The Hollyhock Cabin in the forest outside of Big Bear features a retro-inspired bathroom of blush-colored Hexagon tiles to create a floral motif that's like walking into spring.
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.