Celebrating Oakland’s rich history through materials, visual artist Binta Ayofemi and designer Anand Sheth collaborated to create a sense of joy in this Oakland event space, Commune Bar. Glazed Thin Brick in San Gabriel and Ozark with Corner Trim fit perfectly into the industrial vibe along the colorful bar.
San Jose’s Blue Bottle Coffee beckons to coffee lovers with an exterior of Glazed Thin Brick and Corner Trim in a custom colorway as creamy as the frothed milk in their lattes (for a similar look, try Klamath).
Come for the coffee, stay for the design. Verve Coffee Roasters always brings the heat, and this Manhattan Beach outpost is no exception with a standout backsplash of Sheeted Mosaic 1x4 Tile in Dust Storm and an understated toe kick of 6x12 Tile in Magnetite.
Celebrating the old-world sensibility of Jordan Winery’s enclave of French elegance, designer Maria Haidamus in collaboration with Loczi Design turned to Fireclay for the 40-year-old vineyard’s extensive renovation. A herringbone floor of Norman Brick in San Gabriel gives this ornate guest suite bathroom a sophisticated finish that respects the heritage of the Sonoma institution.
Come for the pastries and stay for the captivating design. Glazed Thin Brick in matte Blue Ridge makes for a handsome backdrop to Gourmandise Bakery’s bustling Salt Lake City Airport outpost. Just don’t forget to make your flight!
West Hollywood’s Pendry Hotel harkens back to cinema’s Golden Age with deco-inspired design for Wolfgang Puck’s Merois restaurant. Sitting opposite striking views of the Sunset Strip, a wall of custom green Glazed Thin Bricks with contrasting dark green columns make for an elegant dining experience and scenery at every angle.
Serving up a textured contrast to warm wood tones and pops of color, our glazed thin brick creates a seamless transition from the kitchen to the dining area.
Framed by a chef's passthrough clad with sprightly blue-green Tile, every meal coming out of the bustling Birdie G's kitchen serves up a welcoming sight.
Thoughtfully layered textures like light wood finishes and rustic glazed thin Brick lend this Palo Alto coffee shop an earthy yet ever-so-airy atmosphere.
The Advocate’s 2 x 6 bathroom tile in Foggy Morning gives patrons a soothing spot to refresh before returning to the lively and eclectic dining area.
Looking for Foggy Morning? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Foggy Morning has been discontinued. Closest color match is Mist on our Recycled Tile Body.
While a captivating accent wall lined with our glass tile steals the show, this rustic restaurant's walls are adorned throughout with a thin brick tile for a subdued and sophisticated feel. *Please note we have discontinued our Glass. For a look like this, choose our mosaic tiles in a 1x4.