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.
A hint of purple does the trick in this modern bathroom. Designer Rae Rockwell used a combination of Glazed Thin Brick in Sedona in the shower and 6” Hexagon Tile in Evening Glow across the floor to subtly infuse this space with the allure of a desert sunset.
Nobody does modern desert style better than The Joshua Tree House. Case in point: their Tucson studio, where Glazed Thin Brick in desert-neutral Mojave is laid in a herringbone pattern to create a floor that’s beautiful from every angle.
This Scandinavian-inspired rental home features sustainably made products from California makers Fireclay Tile and RAD Furniture throughout. A softly gridded backsplash of 3x3 Ceramic Tile in Daisy is complemented by Norman Brick in Saguaro laid in a double herringbone pattern across the floor of the kitchen, while the table and chairs by RAD keep the Scandi vibes going through the dining room.
Shavonda Gardner created the cottage bungalow kitchen of her dreams (and ours!) with exposed brick throughout. The showstopping floor is made from Glazed Thin Brick in Adirondack laid in a classic parquet pattern, while the backsplash of straight-set Glazed Thin Brick in Sierra Nevada balances out the space with a subtle contemporary touch.
Hewing to the traditional aesthetic of her 1880 Vermont home, Lauren Madden wanted timeless finishes that would appeal today and fifty years from now. Glazed Thin Brick in bright White Mountains does the trick, covering her laundry and bathroom floor with a surface and style to last a lifetime.
Arranged in alternating vertical and horizontal patterns, this glazed thin brick floor adds a timelessly classic quality to a warm and rustic bathroom.