Playing off her client's love for dark rooms with plenty of natural light, designer Sarah Sherman Samuel incorporated custom checkerboard mosaic floor tiles with a matching border for Vanessa Carlton's dormer bathroom in her Nashville home.
With a quick turnaround and a tight budget, Valeria Jacobs of the home decor shop Rebecca & Genevieve used our glazed thin Brick from our Quick Ship Collection to renovate her laundry room and guest bathroom.
A palette of neutrals in a trio of patterns seamlessly blend these white and grey bathroom tiles together.
This two-toned bathroom features grey-green and white subway tile. Contrasting grout adds textured definition to the white bathroom tile.
Dark and dramatic, this walk-in shower's green-grey subway tile creates a moody and immersive atmosphere.
With no shortage of drama, Shavonda Gardner's scene-stealing bathroom sets the stage with gorgeous black subway tile and a herringbone floor.
Featuring a blend of hexagon floor tiles and white subway tile, Zosia Mamet's black and white tile bathroom makes mixing patterns look effortlessly chic. Designed by High Street Homes.
This bathroom's clean-cut black and white palette lends two classic tile patterns, subway and hexagon, a contemporary perspective.
Interior designer Nina Jizhar expertly pairs Foggy Morning with our Murietta pattern for a refreshing take on classic design.
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 honoring the home's historical roots, Destination Eichler's Karen Nepacena plays up pattern with white hexagon floor tiles.