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.
Breezy details and organic accents come together with checkered bathroom floor tiles in a softly subtle grey and white.
Love a fresh white room? Add dimension to monochrome spaces by blending contrasting textures, like this white bathroom floor tile featuring glossy and matte finishes.
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.
Fielding foot traffic for her family of four while weathering the elements, our Non-Slip Tiles are the perfect match for Megan Gilger's fresh and functional mudroom.
Laid-back luxury defines this elevated yet inviting main bath, featuring cool blue-grey bathroom tiles paired with earthy thin brick floors.
Using picks from our budget-friendly Foundations Collection, Zosia Mamet elevates her guest bathroom with soft grey subway tile wainscoting and large herringbone tile floor. Designed by High Street Homes.
Style Forecast: Snow Flowers. Featuring a tranquil trio of white straight set, gray herringbone, and handpainted tile, this playful shower is patterned to perfection.
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.
Eden Passante's bathroom gets extra charming thanks to matte white shower tile in Sugar and lovely hexagon floor tile in London Fog.
*Looking for Sugar and London Fog? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Sugar and London Fog have been discontinued. Closest color matches are Calcite and Overcast on our Recycled Clay Body.
Layered in timeless neutrals, interior designer Becki Owens pairs herringbone tile with square floor tile to create this master bath's high-end look.