Honoring their historic bathroom was no easy task for House of Brinson, but finding the perfect Tile to complement its vintage features sure was. 3x6 Tile in Cyclone with short edge bullnose and 1x6 fingercove details are seamlessly installed above the home’s original 1900’s tile.
This spacious kitchen calls for neutrals you’ll notice. 8x8 Tile in non-slip Steel covers the floors to contrast the bright whites, while a backsplash of Glazed Thin Brick in sandy Elk, finished with long and short Glazed Edge Trim, warms the palette with an organic texture against the smooth marble and contemporary cabinets.
Sharp as a tailored suit, this Williamsburg bathroom cleans up nicely with vertically stacked 3x9 Tiles in classic Navy Blue. Matched with a marble sink and vintage-inspired fixtures, this glossy Tile with a semi-reflective sheen comes off looking downright dapper!
Been saving a project for a rainy day? Well, here it is! Balancing the bright bathroom wallpaper, Banner Day Interiors uses 2x8 Tile in sleek Rainy Day, accentuating the shade with white grout for a distinct and stylish herringbone floor.
Arazi Levine Design comes out swinging with this Boston bathroom, taking it from Colonial to Contemporary with a rich teal palette perfectly matched by 2x8 Tile in glossy Caspian Sea.
A column of dark, matte Black Hills Brick makes for a dramatic backdrop in this comfortable Portland home, reflecting the heat and finish of the owner’s contemporary wood stove.
The Brownstone Boys outdid themselves on this dapper bathroom. Dark Carbon Hexagon Tiles contrast against bright 6x6 Calcite squares, which pay homage to the history of their Brooklyn brownstone with refreshingly contemporary results.
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.
This bright and beautiful kitchen goes luxe with our dark and dramatic Evergreen glaze in a 6" Hexagon shape.
Dark and dramatic, this walk-in shower's green-grey subway tile creates a moody and immersive atmosphere.
Complementing its black marble facade, black thin brick fireplace tiles adorn the back of the firebox for dramatic depth and dimension.
From the walls to the shower curb, deep sea spa vibes emanate from these dreamy blue bathroom tiles.