House Beautiful's 2020 Whole Home Concept House is ready to party. With black and white Handpainted Tiles adding a graphic punch to the playfully appointed bar, this family-friendly home lounge is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
Content creator Claire Thomas does fresh cottage style best, playfully pairing up golden and white bathroom tiles to create an inviting, suite escape.
This modern bathroom's small triangles were the perfect way to add pattern and a little extra friction to its shower floor tile. Its matching shower niche ties it all together.
Taking cues from plaid, our Non-Slip bathroom floor tiles in a colorful basketweave pattern lend preppy appeal to this school bathroom.
Framed by a wall of 4x4 tiles, our Non Slip bathroom floor tiles colorfully field heavy foot traffic between classes at Detroit Prep (Love this floor? Ask us about Large Diamond, one of our secret menu patterns).
Offering Detroit Prep teachers a colorful spot to freshen up, this ADA-compliant bathroom features shower Tile and a Large Diamond floor pattern, all in our Non-Slip glazes (psst...our Large Diamond Tiles are a "secret menu" item!).
Accented with green, this black and white tile bathroom gets a bold pop of pattern with our 4" Triangle pattern and contrasting grout.
From the walk-in shower to the playful "tile rug", this thoughtfully modern shower tile and hexagon floor tile bathroom features a subtle blend of nuanced color and pattern.
Making room for a freestanding fireplace? This living room uses our dark grey and blue wave tile to carve out a cozy and multi-functional corner for its vintage-inspired hearth.
A blend of shades and sprinkles of pattern like block triangle floor tile lend this neutral bathroom a one-of-a-kind look.
Reviving her husband's 19th-century multi-story family home, Lonny Magazine's editorial director Angela Tafoya gives her open concept kitchen a modern Mediterranean twist with a custom Handpainted Palmera pattern using Carbon, Daisy, and Gypsum glazes.
We can't get enough of this plaid-inspired tile floor, dreamed up by interior designer and self-proclaimed color enthusiast Jessica Lynn Williams.