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.
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.
Showcasing its well-stocked shelves while offering up a stimulating backdrop for conversation, this office kitchen's custom color ceramic tile backsplash redefines water cooler talk.
Fireclay's commercial team worked closely with Studios Architecture to create custom ceramic tile walls for this prominent law firm. Employees and visitors are welcomed by a vibrant color blend on custom 3x18 ceramic tiles.
This expansive and modern office kitchen gets a taste of the artisanal with a landscape-inspired brick tiles backsplash.
We love a natural neutral. Sand Dune's high color variation reveals a warm range of shades in this studio backsplash, made all the more mesmerizing under the sun's warm glow.
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.
This bathroom's boldly saturated green ceiling both complements and contrasts with our Rosemary glaze's handmade crackled texture and color variation.
A ceiling painted in deep mauve brings out our Mushroom Tile's earthy pink undertones. Its high color variation is all the more eye-catching next to the neighboring bathroom's cool Oyster Shell Tile.
Looking for Mushroom? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Mushroom has been discontinued. For a look like this, try Painted Sky 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.
Interior Stylist and award-winning blogger Kirsten Grove uses our Old Cairo in a Black and White Motif to amp up this eclectic LA office kitchen.