Reimagining what a medical practice can look like, Austin Skin welcomes its patients with an incredible artistic display. Scalene Triangle Tiles in Neptune, Mesa, Red Rock, Lichen, Peacock, and Blue Velvet come together for a geometric masterpiece that elevates the patient experience from the moment one enters the office.
The inspiration behind the pattern was originally designed by Erin Elizabeth Curtis for Intelligentsia Coffee in Austin, Tx.
Swift Studios, a hybrid photography studio and co-working space in Manhattan, needed tile that was camera ready. This photogenic shower features 3x12 Tile in high variation Dust Storm with matching 3" Hexagon Tile that’s ready for photoshoots but just might steal the show.
Manhattan photography studio Swift Studios needed a backsplash to back up some of today’s top brands. 2x8 Tile in mauvy Dust Storm offers a neutral scene with enough personality to give the shooting kitchen a tasteful lived-in look.
The lines between photography space and functional space are blurred at Manhattan's Swift Studios. Take for example this public bathroom, with a floor of 3x12 Tile in powdery blue Morning Thaw that holds up to public use and always looks incredible on camera.
Let the creativity flow in this contemporary office kitchen. Lunchtime stop-and-chats are enhanced by the cascading ombre backsplash of 2x6 Tile in Lake Tahoe, Glacier Bay, Naples Blue and Adriatic Sea.
Both welcoming and wear-resistant, these 4x4 Straight Set Tiles featured in Driftwood and Nickel were the perfect choice for common areas of this Los Angeles coworking space, Common Grounds.
This expansive and modern office kitchen gets a taste of the artisanal with a landscape-inspired brick tiles backsplash.
This is not your average office kitchen. The Commune, an Austin-based co-working space, carves out a spot for creatives to refuel and recharge with an organic-inspired Blue Spruce backsplash.
Looking for Blue Spruce? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Blue Spruce has been discontinued. Closest color match is Eucalyptus on our Recycled Tile Body.
Oyster Shell's green undertones are accentuated by this bathroom's teal ceiling. It also offers up a cool contrast to the neighboring bathroom lined in earthy Mushroom Tile.
Looking for Mushroom? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Mushroom has been discontinued. Closest color match is Alpaca on our Recycled Tile Body.
The designers at OLA Austin meld black, yellow, blue, and white triangle tile into a striking abstract installation for their office bathroom.