Even private restrooms get the magic touch in New York’s new photo studio and co-working space, Swift Studios. 2x8 Tile in glossy Adobe, part of our Desert Collection, makes for a stylish scene in an often overlooked setting.
Swift Studios, a hybrid photography studio and co-working space in Manhattan, needed tile that was camera ready. This photogenic shower features 3x12 Tile in high variation Dust Storm with matching 3" Hexagon Tile that’s ready for photoshoots but just might steal the show.
Take a deep breath in this bathroom with Subway Tile that’s got nothing to do with rush hour. 3x6 Tile in calming Rosemary with contrasting grout casts a jade hue across the surround of the built-in bathtub, complete with a niche for self-care essentials.
This dapper bathroom is a tale of two moods. The classic offset 3x6 Subway Tile in White Wash gives way to mermaid-inspired fish scale Ogee Drop Tile in tonal Halite, White Wash, and Tusk for a splash of character and an unforgettable accent.
Mom and maverick known to the internet as Oh Joy! gives her daughters a joyous place to start their day with handmade Glass Tile in Rosy Finch finished with a contrasting Carolina Wren niche detail.
Featuring a blend of 3x3's and 3x6's, this main bath's white bathroom tiles are a thoughtful alternative to classic subway tile.
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.
This two-toned bathroom features grey-green and white subway tile. Contrasting grout adds textured definition to the white bathroom tile.
Featuring our best-selling, reduced-priced tile from our Foundations Collection, this bathroom's light grey shower tile is fresh and timeless.
Laid-back luxury defines this elevated yet inviting main bath, featuring cool blue-grey bathroom tiles paired with earthy thin brick floors.
This bathroom's clean-cut black and white palette lends two classic tile patterns, subway and hexagon, a contemporary perspective.
In this "jewel box" powder room, 2x4 Salton Sea subway tiles are cleverly paired with 6" Tusk Hexagons to create a spatial and optical illusion. The same 4x4 space that used to feel tight and odd, now feels wide, tall, airy, and invigorating.