This kitchen takes pattern play to a whole new level. Showing off its gorgeous color variation, 3x9 Ceramic Tile in Antique is laid across the floor in a stunning herringbone pattern that transitions into a classic offset pattern around the island for a result that’s as mesmerizing as it is creative.
Drew Scott wanted every inch of this dreamy bathroom on the Property Brothers’ series Brother vs Brother to exude luxury, and a floor of 6” Triangle Tile in soft green Salton Sea ensures that his design vision was fulfilled from the ground up (see the coordinating closet here!).
With clean lines and classic colors, this bathroom encapsulates modern design style beautifully. 2x8 Ceramic Tile in Tempest highlighted by contrasting grout adorns the walls, complemented by a classic floor of 4x4 Ceramic Tile in Antique with matching 2x2 Sheeted Mosaic Tile in the shower pan.
This stunning closet featured on the Property Brothers' series Brother vs Brother is full of luxury designer taste with a floor of elegant 6" triangle tile glazed in soft green Salton Sea.
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 green bathroom was dreamed up by the folks over at West Elm. A baseboard of 8x8 Ceramic Tile in deep Sea Green leads to 4x4 Ceramic Tile in soft Rosemary, which features a stunning range of handmade color variations. A floor of 8x8s in clean white Feldspar finishes things off for a picture-perfect Scandi design.
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.
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.
This enchanting seafoam green shower is all about the details. 4x4 tile on the walls and mosaic 2" hexagons on the pan grace the room with rich color, but look closer and the expertly installed shower niches finished with glazed edge trim and the double radius bullnose curb trim pieces put this shower in a class of its own.
We’ve got heart eyes for this hearth. Framed by an offset pattern of coordinating 2x8 Ceramic Tile, 6” Hexagon Tile in satiny green Flagstone provides the perfect perch for the woodstove in this cozy Michigan home.
When Jennifer and Chris bought their Packwood Mountain House near Mount Rainier, it was missing a critical cabin component: a fireplace! One DIY renovation later, their new wood stove crackles merrily atop a coordinating hearth pad made of Glazed Thin Brick in Black Hills.
Banner Day Interiors created a herringbone haven in Real Simple Home’s primary bathroom and closet. Laid in a timeless herringbone pattern, 2x8 Ceramic Tile in blue-green Flagstone wraps around the soaking tub in a handsome wainscot that continues along the floor all the way into the closet.
With a leathery rich finish, this kitchen floor is the perfect update to honor this 1930s Craftsman home. Large Star and Cross Tile decorates the floor with the distinct color, sheen, and variation our Antique glaze is famous for.
Midcentury charm? Check, check, and check! Emily Vallely lovingly restored the kitchen in her 1940’s Foxcroft Estate Airbnb with a checkerboard pattern of 8x8 Ceramic Tile in Vintage Leather and Daisy across the floor, creating a cozy and authentic space that invites you to step in for a sip a cup of coffee.
With a clear vision of what–and who–she was nurturing a space for, LaTonya Yvette transformed her colonial-style home into a retreat that emphasizes Black joy and rest. In the welcoming kitchen she brought her checkerboard floor dreams to life with 12x12 Ceramic Tile in Feldspar and Red Rock, while a timeless backsplash of 4x4 Ceramic Tile in Hunter Green grounds the natural brightness in this thoughtfully appointed space.
Take a journey under the sea in the family-friendly bathroom at the Mae House. Designer LaTonya Yvette chose vintage-inspired tile to blend into her colonial-style rental home, using 4x4 Ceramic Tile in Sea Glass along the walls and shower surround and a floor of 3" Hexagon Tile in Clover with playful accents of 3” Hexagon in Eucalyptus dotted throughout.
The perfect perch for an inviting soaking tub, this primary bathroom floor designed by the Brownstone Boys features an eye-catching blend of 2x6, 3x6, and 6x6 Ceramic Field Tile in earthy Clover that gives bathtime a beautiful view in every direction.
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.