Enjoy a little Art Deco on your dinner date at Saint Paul's new neighborhood spot Myrial Restaurant. Designed by Madelynn Furlong, this private bathroom features a rustic checkerboard floor of 8x8 Tile in Red Rock and Antique and wainscoting of Tumbleweed 2x8 Tile elegantly finished with cove base and quarter round trim.
Saint Paul’s Myriel restaurant indulges its guests before they’re even seated. Designed by Madelynn Furlong, Myriel welcomes diners into a cozy space clad in 3x12 herringbone floor tile in Antique with matching cove base trim for a renovation that retains the charm of the old soul city.
Setting the stage for their iconic bakes and more, an expansive backsplash of triangle tiles and white brick welcome patrons of the bustling Tartine Manufactory.
Welcoming patrons to try its modern Texan cuisine, Billy Can Can's glazed thin Brick exterior frames the restaurant's Old West-inspired saloon.
Serving up a play on pizza, this D.C. eatery's playful modern restaurant tiles feature our triangle pattern, with stacked white tiles tying it all together.
Pairing the historic legacy of Encinitas, CA with contemporary design, this wonderfully inviting restaurant highlights its coastal cuisine with herringbone restaurant kitchen tile and a wall of warmly glazed thin brick.
Farm-to-table restaurant Dot x Ott keeps their space as fresh as their fare with a floor-to-ceiling White Mountains Brick wall.
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.