Stir up something refreshing at Gray Malin’s lakehouse dry bar designed by Kate Lester. This hypnotizing design comes together with hand painted Starburst Tile in Neutral Motif for a trendy patterned accent wall in this festive corner of the house.
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.
This big and bright contemporary kitchen called for a backsplash that could stand up to the space while still standing out. Designer and Therapist Anita Yokota chose hand-painted Summit Tiles in a Neutral Motif for a flattering detail that fits right in.
Breezy details and organic accents come together with checkered bathroom floor tiles in a softly subtle grey and white.
Non-slip bathroom floor tiles in our favorite Star-and-Cross pattern lead to a spacious walk-in shower, featuring a tiled shelf to keep essentials within arm's reach.
Style Forecast: Snow Flowers. Featuring a tranquil trio of white straight set, gray herringbone, and handpainted tile, this playful shower is patterned to perfection.
Available in our budget-friendly Foundations Collection, our 2x6 Tile in French Linen maximizes style, square footage, and value in this chic NYC apartment kitchen.
A beautifully stacked blend of 2x6, 3x6, and 6x6 Tile in dusky London Fog echoes this expansive kitchen's layered patinas.
*Our tile is handmade so size variation is to be expected. If designing a specific pattern, contact us to understand if tile will be modular.
Looking for London Fog? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, London Fog has been discontinued. Closest color match is Overcast on our Recycled Tile Body.
Chicago-based designer Kelsey Haywood of haywoodmade interiors opts for our blue-green Flagstone shower tile, ushering outdoor inspiration into her family's 1920s bungalow home.
With the help of interior designer Lynn K. Leonidas and our custom Color-It! Tool, Sunset Magazine Editor-in-Chief Irene Edwards transforms her 1878 Victorian kitchen into a storied retreat.