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).
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This Art Deco restaurant bathroom comes with a heaping side of moody luxury. Located in a historic Streamline Moderne building, San Antonio’s Up Scale keeps the design consistent in every detail by elegantly pairing 2x8 Ceramic Tile in glossy black Raven with brass metallic fixtures for a high-impact powder room.
If flat white describes your drink of choice and not your design style, you'll love this idyllic coffee shop. A bar of Block Shop x Fireclay Dot Dash Tile surrounded by Desert Collection Painted Sky and Red Rock wall and floor tile sets this space apart from cookie-cutter coffee spots with a look as good as its grounds.
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!
Welcoming patrons to try its modern Texan cuisine, Billy Can Can's glazed thin Brick exterior frames the restaurant's Old West-inspired saloon.
Northbound's glowing neon logo shines against a rustic glazed thin Brick backsplash, drawing visitors to this century-old train station-turned-lively restaurant and bar.
Farm-to-table restaurant Dot x Ott keeps their space as fresh as their fare with a floor-to-ceiling White Mountains Brick wall.
From architecture to agriculture, the founders of The Perennial envisioned a sustainable dining experience unlike any other. We were there to make it a reality. Read more.
The designers at et al. Collaborative have bedecked Detroit's new Selden Standard with our glazed Brick in Lewis Range. The menu may be seasonal, but its walls stay fresh year-round.
Photos 1 & 2: Marvin Shaouni
Photo 3: Paul-David Rearick
Light wood finishes, open shelving and a bright custom tile color create a sense of casual cool in this open floor plan restaurant design.
A los Angeles bakery boasts an industrial chic style with our glazed thin Brick.
This industrial chic coffee shop creates drama with a charcoal gray Tile backsplash in a classic offset layout.
A rustic, yet contemporary coffee shop adds neutral sophistication with our warm Ultra Cream glaze featuring a black patine crackle finish.
Looking for Ultra Cream? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Ultra Cream has been discontinued. Closest color match is Magnolia on our Recycled Tile Body.
A sunny Tile backsplash adds warm to this contemporary coffee shop design.
A saturated blue Tile backsplash adds a sense of coastal chic to this contemporary coffee shop.