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.
Perfect for entertaining, this one-of-a-kind kitchen backsplash features tri-color glass tiles in Chickadee, Oriole, and Falcon in a matte/gloss finish blend. Handpainted Charleston in Yellow Motif floor tiles complements this pairing, giving it a modern texture and allure.
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.
Anchored by a neutral palette, this shower pairs grey subway tile with a splash of modern mosaic bathroom floor tiles in cool blue Glacier Bay.
Accented with green, this black and white tile bathroom gets a bold pop of pattern with our 4" Triangle pattern and contrasting grout.
Pairing subdued subway tile with timelessly global handpainted tiles, interior designer Becki Owens expertly layers neutrals to achieve this gray tile bathroom's new traditional style.
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.
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.
Could I Have That's Samantha Wennerstrom gives her daughter a playful bathroom she can also grow into using geometric floor tile in Blue Spruce paired with shower tile in the same timeless hue.
Looking for Blue Spruce? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Blue Spruce has been discontinued. Closest color match is Eucalyptus on our Recycled Tile Body.
To expand and brighten their master bathroom, Samantha Wennerstrom of Could I Have That opted for floor-to-ceiling and geometric floor tile in a refreshing blend of white.
This dreamy and serene master bathroom by Imbue Design features floor-to-ceiling tile in calming Magnolia, plus shower floor tile in cool Mist.