When your bar matches your brews you know it’s going to be a good time. Black Tooth Brewing in Casper, WY clad their counter with Hexite Tile in a custom-made colorway reminiscent of their house-brewed beer selection (for a similar look, try Bryce Canyon).
Gourmet groceries and drinks deserve beautiful design, and Montreal’s boutique Super Condiments more than delivers. The counter clad with Glazed Thin Brick in Columbia Plateau provides the perfect place to grab an aperitif in the upscale Outremont neighborhood.
San Jose's Santana Row is looking better than ever since Dumpling Time opened up its Silicon Valley location. A combination of Fallow and Grange Tile from our Handpainted Agrarian Collection in a custom blue-green motif greets guests with a fun first impression at this casual dumpling spot.
LA Plaza Cocina is a Los Angeles museum that celebrates Mexican food, so it makes sense for them to have an open kitchen for demos and classes–complete with large comal and brightly-colored tile. The modern area is adorned with an eye-catching blend of 4” Triangle Tile in Tusk and custom green and red (for a similar look, try Spruce Gloss and Ember).
Snag fresh takeaway before you hit the runway at Proper Food’s SFO Airport location, with a cheerful dose of handmade tile. 4” Hexagon Tile in "Proper Orange," a custom glaze our in-house innovation team developed to match Proper Food’s signature color, provides a colorful backdrop to their delicious takeaway options.
For a look like this, try our 4" Hexagon in Ember!
Stop in for plant-based desserts with a side of beautiful design at Portland-based Kate’s Ice Cream shop, featuring a supersweet ice cream bar clad with 4x4 Ceramic Tile in Tumbleweed, Desert Bloom, and (fittingly) Sorbet.
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.
It’s all about elevated neutrals in this serene restaurant bathroom at Austin eatery Paperboy. 3x3 Ceramic Tile in glossy Sand Dune is beautifully complemented by the natural light of a skylight that allows the high variation of Sand Dune to shine.
Handmade tile is the perfect backdrop to this restaurant bathroom's brassy Art Deco accents. 2x8 Ceramic Tile in glossy blush-colored Mesa makes for a memorable moment of rest at San Antonio seafood spot Up Scale located in a historic Streamline Moderne building.
Rife with Art Deco design hits, this luxurious restaurant bathroom at San Antonio's Up Scale is ready for a new Roaring 20s. Matching the restaurant exterior's Streamline Moderne design, 2x8 Ceramic Tile in richly saturated Evergreen pairs well with the checkerboard floor and gilded accents for a priceless powder room you won't soon forget.
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 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.
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.
Grand Rapids vegetarian restaurant, Gaia, gives an earthy first impression thanks to the bold welcome counter bar clad in Columbia Glazed Thin Brick, courtesy of designer Sarah Sherman Samuel. Playing off the exposed beams overhead, the high variation Brick comes alive in this rejuvenating restaurant. PS! This Brick ships quick!
Need a quick getaway? Inspired by the ocean views across the bar, our 2x8 Quick Ship Tile in Flagstone is the perfect match in this breezy botanical lounge at the Rockaway Beach Hotel.
Saddle up to this stunning restaurant bar in Atlanta by Chef Nick Leahy. Taking advantage of our custom sheeting service, this branded mosaic backsplash is Southern hospitality at its finest.
Bull and Butterfly reimagines the California Steak House by incorporating playfully soft touches like these Scalene Triangle Tiles in a custom neutral glaze.
For a look like this, try our Scalene Triangles in Sand Dune!
Voyager Craft Coffee sets sail! Embodying the cafe's globally-inspired offering, colorful "sailboat" tiles made up of 4" Triangles float across the length of the space while white Matte tie it all together.