Sarah Sherman Samuel makes quick work of this three-quarter bathroom with Quick Ship 3x6 Subway Tile in Tusk cladding the walls and Quick Ship Salton Sea decorating the floor for a glossy pop of green.
The often-overlooked mudroom gets the Fireclay treatment for a fitting first impression to this Denver home. Glazed Thin Brick in lineny Wind River makes for a warm and welcoming entryway that’s durable enough to stand up to whatever the outside brings in.
Shellie Pomeroy, the owner, and designer of Silk & Willow has designed her recently built home from the outside in. Her favorite part, the fireplace, she designed and finished herself using a plaster paint technique. She chose our Glazed Thin Brick in Olympic as the finishing accent for the hearth floor. Shellie looks forward to using her fireplace as a styling backdrop throughout the seasons, showcasing bits from nature, and items she creates for her online shop, Silk & Willow.
Playing off her client's love for dark rooms with plenty of natural light, designer Sarah Sherman Samuel incorporated custom checkerboard mosaic floor tiles with a matching border for Vanessa Carlton's dormer bathroom in her Nashville home.
Deep blue subway tile and custom mosaic bathroom floor tiles add richness and classic character to this beautifully appointed bathroom. Designed by William Taylor.
Merging elements of classic and contemporary, this master bath features white bathroom tiles to tie its new traditional style together.
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.
This bathroom's clean-cut black and white palette lends two classic tile patterns, subway and hexagon, a contemporary perspective.
While honoring the home's historical roots, Destination Eichler's Karen Nepacena plays up pattern with white hexagon floor tiles.