Aker Interiors makes this compact kitchen pop! Taking cues from festive terrazzo countertops, 3x3 Mosaic Tiles stacked in Mandarin, Milky Way, Tuolumne Meadows, and Sorbet set a tone in this hip Los Angeles home that’s anything but boring.
Saddle up to this stunning restaurant bar in Atlanta by Chef Nick Leahy. Taking advantage of our custom sheeting service, this branded mosaic backsplash is Southern hospitality at its finest.
Taking cues from Midcentury Modern motifs, these handpainted fireplace tiles in Starburst are a timeless addition to this home's playfully retro decor.
Voyager Craft Coffee sets sail! Embodying the cafe's globally-inspired offering, colorful "sailboat" tiles made up of 4" Triangles float across the length of the space while white Non-Slip Tiles tie it all together.
Built by mid-century architect William Krisel, this bold Palm Springs home designed by Danielle Nagel of Dazey LA amps up its retro roots with vibrant handmade floor tiles in orange and white. The best part? The Dazey Desert House is available to rent on AirBnB.
Playfully popping against white cabinets, these blue kitchen tiles get contemporary with their Small Diamond pattern.
Color blocked in teal and white, two-toned bathroom tiles in our playful Picket pattern is a delight to little ones and grown-ups alike.
Sunny swirls clad the sales counter of the of colorful boutique, featuring custom handpainted tiles in our whimsical Aerial pattern.
Our signature handmade color variation gives this modern thin brick kitchen backsplash an undeniably artisanal finish.
Anchored by our warm Sunflower yellow, a playful accent tile shower features triangles in a thoughtfully coordinated color blend that extends into the rest of the space.
A trio of tile patterns beautifully inhabit this great room. An island clad with handmade hex tile is complemented by white kitchen tile, while fireplace tiles in our right and left Scalene Triangles anchor the living room.
Serving up a play on pizza, this D.C. eatery's playful modern restaurant tiles feature our triangle pattern, with stacked white tiles tying it all together.